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Seniors earn more than $600,000 in scholarships

by | Jun 8, 2017 | Education

Class of 2017 graduates toss their caps in the air at the end of graduation Thursday, May 25. Wyndi Veigel/The Farmersville Times

The Farmersville Class of 2017 earned $617,900 in scholarship money this year. Scholarship recipients are listed below.

Merideth Blake – $500 Farmersville Chamber of Commerce Scholarship and $1,000 Bill and Betty Bishop Scholarship Fund.

Shayna Cooper – $500 Farmersville Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, $1,000 Tedford Chevrolet Scholarship, $1,500 National FFA Scholarship, $6,000 State Fair of Texas Big Tex Scholarship, $1,000 Collin County 4-H Livestock Club Scholarship, $500 Farmersville FFA Alumni John Smith Memorial Scholarship, $8,000 San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Scholarship, $11,000 Texas A&M Commerce Presidential Scholarship and $48,000 Texas A&M Commerce Regents Scholars Scholarship.

Cassity Dostie – $500 Farmersville Dental – Dr. Carol Bates Scholarship, $500 Champion Container Scholarship, $500 Cara Lee Olsen Memorial Scholarship and $16,000 Texas Tech University Presidential Scholarship.

Daniel Duckworth – $1,000 Farmersville Centennial Scholarship and $40,000 Oklahoma State University Ultimate Orange Scholarship.

Chelsea Ducharme – $500 Farmersville Dental – Dr. Carol Bates Scholarship and $1,000 S.J. Cook Scholarship.

Riley Durbin – $1,000 Farmersville Masonic Lodge – Mirabeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence Medal and Scholarship and $52,000 Texas Christian University Scholarship.

Chase Hacker – $50,000 University of Texas San Antonio Baseball Scholarship.

Ally Hall – $30,000 Texas Education Association Highest Ranking Graduate Scholarship.

Will Hemby – $9,000 John Allen Memorial Scholarship.

Lucas Hernandez – $750 J.D. Russell Company Scholarship and $1,000 S.J. Cook Scholarship.

Lyle Hibbitts – $32,000 Panola College Baseball Scholarship.

Kelcey Kasper – $750 Herbert and  Olga Henslee Memorial Scholarship,  $1,000 Tedford Family Scholarship and $2,500 Collin College Scholarship.

Kyleigh Kasper – $1,000 Farmersville Ex Students Association Scholarship, $2,500 Gladys Davis Best Scholarship, $1,000 Farmersville Rotary Scholarship and $500 Bud Weston Honary FFA Scholarship.

Linsey Laube – $48,000 Hester and Colonel John Grimm Memorial Scholarship.

Mackenzie Monk – $2,000 Thomas B and Milton B Lovell Memorial Scholarship, $500 Farmersville Dental – Dr. Carol Bates Scholarship, $500 Farmersville Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, $1,000 Farmersville Police Association Scholarship and $32,000 Texas Women’s University Scholarship.

Michael Ormsby – $400 FHS Office Aide of the Year Scholarship.

Madalyn Pickett – $1,000 Universal Transformer Scholarship, $1,000 Farmersville Rotary Scholarship, $1,000 Farmersville Masonic Lodge, $1,000 Gay, McCall, Isaacks and Roberts Scholarship, $500 Tom Krodle Memorial Scholarship and $500 Farmersville FFA Alumni Scholarship.

Tyler Reece – $1,000 Farmersville Centennial Scholarship, $1,000 S.J. Cook Scholarship, $1,000 Farmersville Police Association Scholarship, $39,000 Oklahoma State University Out-of-State Achievement Scholarship and $5,000 Oklahoma State University Brighter Orange Scholarship.

Bailey  Robinson – $1,000 Farmersville Rotary – James Highsmith Memorial Scholarship and $1,000 Farmersville International Order of Eastern Star Mirabeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence Medal and Scholarship.

Natalie Segovia – $500 Farmersville Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, $500 Farmersville Masonic Lodge Scholarship and $1,000 S.J. Cook Scholarship.

Meghan M Stokes – $1,000 Gladys Davis Best Scholarship and $1,500 Hal and Edwina Logan Scholarship.

Caleb Twyford – $102,000 Texas State University Football Scholarship.

William Vallow  – $1,000 Independent Bank Scholarship, $1,000 S.J. Cook Scholarship and $1,500 Hal and Edwina Logan Scholarship.

Kailynn Virag – $2,500 Gladys Davis Best Scholarship, $500 Farmersville Dental – Dr. Carol Bates Scholarship, $1,000 Farmersville Rotary Scholarship and $1,500 Texas Rural Electric Women’s Association Scholarship.

Chloe Wall  – $5,000 James G Stanford Scholarship  and $35,000 Texas Tech University Track and Field Scholarship.

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American Heart Assoc.

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