Homer Crotts Family Scholarship
Robert Homer Crotts was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served during World War II. He was a lifetime member of Concord United Methodist Church where he had served on various leadership capacities which included trustee, groundskeeper, and cemetery committee. Mr. Crotts had also had several years of perfect attendance at Concord UMC before his health declined. He had been employed at Granite Quarry, Spencer Shops and Erwin Mills, however he will be most notably remembered as a brick mason.
Mr. Crotts and his brother, Henry worked side by side as masons and they were highly acclaimed for their expertise in Forsyth County and beyond. While in the masonry business, he was a part-time farmer and upon his retirement, from the masonry business he was a tobacco farmer and had a very successful dairy operation. Mr. Crotts was a very devoted man with a strong faith. He was a very loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.
The Homer Crotts Family Scholarship is awarded to a worthy high school student.