Frontier Awards Local Scholarships

Apr 01, 2020


Frontier Cooperative Company is pleased to announce the following area students 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 14 scholarship winners, their parents, high school, and intended college:
 
Scholars/Parents High School College
Devon Benes
Mitchel & Andrea Benes
Bishop Neumann NECC Norfolk
Dana Christen
Rod & Amy Christen
Lewiston Consolidated UNL
Landon Cuba
Jeff & Brenda Cuba
Twin River UNL/NECC Norfolk
Emily Hanson
Jay & Jennifer Hanson
Mead  UNL
Lindsi Hughes
Larry & Jodi Hughes
High Plains Community NECC Norfolk
Loyal Johnson
Loren & Susan Johnson
Lincoln Christian Dordt University
Blake Kobs
Lowell & Kayla Kobs
Ashland Greenwood Wayne State
Jeremiah Lubben
Scott & Karen Lubben
Plattsmouth NECC Norfolk
Carsten Loseke
Ryan & June Loseke
Columbus Lakeview UNL
Mikayla Martensen
Jeff & Jennifer Martensen
Humphrey NW Missouri State
Elizabeth Pernicek
Irwin & Teresa Pernicek
East Butler UNL
Payton Schiller
Chris & Michelle Schiller
West Point – Beemer UNL
Joe Schreiter
Ted & Carmen Schreiter
Nebraska City Central Community College
Isaac Thompson
Jeremy & Jamie Richey
Lincoln East UNL

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