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Now, seven years after her death, they are learning just how much. The teacher in Dumont, New Jersey, devoted 45 years of her life to helping students with learning disabilities.
After her retirement inVia Cava continued to visit the school district for which she worked, checking in on classes and sometimes stopping by the superintendent's office. Via Cava died in The former educator, who had no children or immediate family of her own, had amassed a small fortune through her exceptional saving habits. She left the astonishing donation in her will to fund scholarships for special education students seeking post-secondary education. School superintendent Emanuele Triggiano calls Via Cava's gift "a blessing.
Beginning with next spring's high school graduates, scholarships will be available to one or more special education students planning to continue their education. The school district's business administrator, Kevin Cartotto, said he was shocked by the donation. He added that Via Cava was a lovely person who seemed the type to make such a grand gesture.
Cartotto said this is the biggest gift he has seen in his years with the school district. Dumont Public Schools will be feeling Via Cava's love for years to come, but they won't be the only beneficiary of her generosity.
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