Frontier Awards Scholarships to 25 Area Students

Apr 08, 2024


April 8, 2024 (Lincoln, Ne) - Frontier Cooperative is pleased to announce the recipients of its scholarship program, recognizing 25 outstanding area students. Each scholarship, valued at $1,000, is designated to support the pursuit of further education beyond the high school level. Following a thorough review of applications, Frontier’s Board of Directors carefully selected the recipients based on various criteria, including minimum GPA requirements, a commitment to continued education with a focus on agricultural-related studies, and active involvement in the local agricultural and Frontier Cooperative community.
 
Jeremy Wilhelm, Chief Executive Officer of Frontier Cooperative, emphasized the importance of investing in agricultural education, stating, “By supporting agricultural education, we equip students with the necessary tools and knowledge to excel in the intricate and diverse agricultural industry. This investment plays a vital role in ensuring the sustainability of rural communities in Nebraska and fostering the long-term growth of agriculture. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the area high school students for their remarkable achievements and wish them success in their future endeavors.”
 
Below is a list of the 25 scholarship winners, along with their parents, high schools, and intended colleges:
 
Scholars/Parents High School College
Jacie Fleischman
Jacob & Janelle Fleischman
Elmwood-Murdock High School University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Burke Settles
Darren & Diane Strizek
Raymond Central High School SCC - Milford
Christina Brandl
Tim & Anita Brandl
Humphrey Public Schools Northeast Community College
McKenna Sabatka
Ryan & Jennessa Sabatka
Wahoo Public Schools University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Lyndsay Engelbrecht
Tony & Tina Engelbrecht
Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca High School Northeast Community College
Katie Heise
Kevin & Melinda Heise
East Butler High School Central Community College
Brianna Johnson
Chip & Erin Johnson
Nebraska City High School University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Jacob Wood
Roy & Erika Wood
Palmyra Jr-Sr High School University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Madison Lambert
Matthew & Dana Lambert
Elmwood-Murdock High School Iowa Western Community College
Adam Furasek
Daniel & Andrea Furasek
Bishop Neumann High School SCC – Milford
Hudson Prososki
Michael & Cheri Prososki
Osceola High School Northeast Community College
Zachary Hawley
Eric & Holley Hawley
Johnson-Brock High School Northeast Community College
Henry Renner
Brian & Regina Renner
Lakeview High School SCC – Milford
Logan Jelinek
Brad & Tonia Jelinek
Raymond Central High School SCC – Beatrice
Rebecca Andel
Jerome & Patricia Andel
Aquinas-Catholic High School Central Community College
Riley Yindrick
Jamie & Catherine Yindrick
East Butler High School Northeast Community College
Lauren Sousek
John & Karen Sousek
East Butler High School SCC – Beatrice
Dustin Jelinek
Craig & Amy Jelinek
East Butler High School SCC – Milford
Benjamen Kliment
Jeff & Miranda Kliment
Raymond Central High School SCC – Beatrice
Christopher Hanson
Jeff & Mary Hanson
Mead High School University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Gunnar Wolfe
Drew & Kristi Wolfe
Lakeview High School University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Aysah Lenners
Matthew & Terra Lenners
Freeman High School SCC – Milford
Owen Sabatka
Chris & Sarah Sabatka
Raymond Central High School SCC – Milford
Dylan Andel
Kevin & Michelle Andel
Aquinas-Catholic High School SCC – Beatrice
Tatum Backemeyer
Brad & Michelle Backemeyer
Elmwood-Murdock High School University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 
Congratulations once again to all the scholarship winners!
 
About Frontier Cooperative

Frontier Cooperative is a full-service, member-owned cooperative operating approximately 65 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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