Frontier Awards Area Scholarships

Apr 07, 2021

April 7, 2021 (Lincoln, NE) – Frontier Cooperative Company is pleased to announce 25 area students who have been awarded Frontier Cooperative Scholarships. The scholarships are each valued at $1,000 and directed toward continuation of education beyond the high school level. Frontier’s Board of Directors reviewed applications and selected the recipients. The considerations for the awarded scholarship include minimum GPA requirements, continued education focusing in agricultural-related studies, and involvement in the local agricultural and Frontier Cooperative community.
“With the link between agriculture and education, the future success of modern agriculture and rural America will be in the hands of our current students. Frontier Cooperative invests in the education of our young people, so they can improve upon the future of agriculture in Nebraska,” said Jeremy Wilhelm, Chief Executive Officer of Frontier Cooperative. “We want to congratulate the achievements of our area high school students, and we wish them the best in their future endeavors.”
Below is a list of the 25 scholarship winners, their parents, high school, and intended college:
Scholars/Parents High School College
Nicholas Bernard
Ted & Heidi Bernard
Lourdes Central Catholic Iowa Western CC
Regan Burenheide
Gerald & Tina Burenheide
Howells-Dodge Consolidated UNL
Daniel Frey
Dean & Carrie Frey
Palmyra UNL
Alaina Furasek
Danny & Andrea Furasek
Bishop Neumann UNL
Griffin Goering
Bill Goering, Kris Goering
Syracuse SECC
Alexis Jansen
Jim & Nichole Jansen
Gretna UNL
Benjamin Kamrath
Matt Kamrath & Kaycee Bridger
Scotus Central Catholic UNL
Lauren Kavan
Norm & Sandra Kavan
Wahoo Public NECC
Jason Kettelhake
Vernon & Joann Kettelhake
Johnson County Central Concordia University
Sophie Korytowski
Andrew & Heidi Korytowski
Louisville UNL
Riley Langemeier
Kent & Stephanie Langemeier
Mead Redlands CC
Dalton Leefers
Mike & Jeni Leefers
Syracuse UNL
Lindsi Loos
Trent & Kelli Loos
Loup City Hastings College
Jackson Leuenberger
Christian & Heather Leuenberger
Johnson County Central Chadron State
Suzanne Piitz
Lonnie & Kimberly Piitz
East Butler Doane
Peyton Schaardt
Steve Schaardt
Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer SECC - Beatrice
Taylor Schoeder
Ted & Karen Schroeder
Riley County Kansas State University
Skylar Shanahan
Tim & Missy Shanahan
Cedar Bluffs UNL
Jessica Stander
David & Jennifer Stander
Ashland-Greenwood UNL
Colton Stankoski
Tim & Sandy Stankoski
Humphrey NECC
Tristan Sugden
Steve & Robin Sugden
Freeman Iowa Western CC
Austin Taylor
Justin & Amy Taylor
North Bend Central UNL
Imely Walls
Brandon & Leigh Walls
Cedar Bluffs NECC
Sophia Wehrbein
Scott & Kimberly Wehrbein
Plattsmouth UNL
Ethan Zegers
Brian & Tonya Zegers
David City Public NECC

About Frontier Cooperative
Frontier Cooperative is a full-service, member-owned agricultural cooperative operating approximately 60 locations throughout east and southeast Nebraska. Frontier offers products and services in Grain, Agronomy, Feed and Energy and has been proudly serving local producers for over 100 years.

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