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Seniors receive $575,611 in scholarships for college

by | May 30, 2019 | Education

The Class of 2019 received $575,611 in scholarships.

The 42 students that received awards are listed below.

Madysen Addington – $1,250 Collin College Foundation Board of Directors Scholarship.

Michael Bagwill – $1,000 Farmersville Centennial scholarship.

Rebecca Barber – $3,000 SJ Cook Foundation Scholarship and $3,300 Tim Barber Scholarship.

Logan Blackburn – $12,000 Missouri Valley College Football Scholarship.

Leroy Bolden – $500 Bill and Betty Bishop Memorial Scholarship and $500 Mary Ann Hurst Memorial Scholarship.

Reid Brown – $1,000 Farmersville Rotary and $1,000 Masonic Lodge.

Jarrod Clowers – $3,000 SJ Cook Foundation Scholarship, $1,000 First Baptist Church Outstanding Graduate Scholarship and $6,000 Scottish Rite Hospital Legacy Scholarship.

Cheyenne Cooper – $2,500 Gladys David Best Scholarship, $1,000 Texas Farm Bureau Scholarship and

$1,000 Bob Tomes Ford FFA Scholarship.

Chandlar Craddock – $1,250 Glenn McClain Memorial Scholarship.

Kira DeLa Fuente – $500 Carol Bates, DDS Scholarship, $1,000 Hal and Edwina Logan Scholarship and $9,751 Mary Hardin-Baylor Crusader Scholarship.

Jaqueline Duran – $1,250 Farmersville EDC/CDC Scholarship.

Jessica Duran – $1,000 Farmersville Education Foundation and $750 JD Russell Company Scholarship.

Jesus Duran – $30,000 OSU Technical College Dallas Mechanical Scholarship.

Rylie Gray – $1,000 Universal Transformer, Inc. Scholarship.

Kiersten Haas – $3,000 SJ Cook Foundation Scholarship.

Braxton Hacker – $750 Herbert and Olga Henslee Memorial Scholarship, $500 Hal and Edwina Logan Scholarship, $12,000 Stephen F. Austin Academic Excellence Scholarship and $11,800 Lumberjack Baseball Scholarship.

Ashlyn Harmon – $300 Farmersville Masonic Lodge Scholarship.

Jacelyn Herd – $500 Bill and Betty Bishop Memorial Scholarship.

Clay Hibbitts – $1,000 Farmersville Chamber of Commerce and $250 Tim Cooper Memorial Scholarship.

Jonathan Hoar – $5,000 Farmersville Ex Students Association, Charles Deegear Memorial.

Ashlynn Holbrook – $1,000 Tedford Family Scholarship, $48,000 Abilene Christian University Dean›s Scholarship and $500 Cara Lee Olsen Memorial Scholarship.

Robert Jones – $750 Farmersville Masonic Lodge Scholarship.

Shalaela Jones – $500 Carol Bates, DDS Scholarship, $1,000 Overstreet Family Scholarship and $38,000 Langston University E.P. McCabe Honors Program Regents Scholarship.

Austin Kemp – $2,500 Gladys David Best Scholarship, $5,000 Farmersville Ex Students Assocation, James G. Stanford Memorial Scholarship, $800 VFW Voice of Democracy Post Level Scholarship, $1,000 Trails End Popcorn Sales Scholarship, $1,250 VFW Voice of Democracy District Level Scholarship and $4,250 VFW Voice of Democracy State Level Scholarship.

Haley Lewis – $500 Carol Bates, DDS Scholarship, $1,000 Abernathy, Roeder, Boyd & Hul, $6,500 Central Christian College of Kansas Softball Scholarship and $9,400 Central Christian College of Kansas Academic Scholarship.

Lexi Lindamood – $500 Farmersville Centennial.

Nikolas Mahaffey – $36,000 Indiana University Purdue Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Lindsey May – $1,000 Farmersville Rotary, James Highsmith Memorial, $250 FHS National Honor Society Scholarship, $68,000 Abilene Christian University R.L. Money Chancellor›s Award, $6,000 Christian Schools Scholarship and $3,420 ACU TEG Award Scholarship.

Elizabeth Odom – $1,000 Farmersville Rotary.

Savannah Phifer – $1,000 Farmersville Chamber of Commerce, $1,000 Higginbotham Associates Scholarship, $2,000 Thomas M. and Milti B. Lovell Scholarship, $1,500 Abernathy, Roeder, Boyd and Hul and $1,000 University of North Texas Mean Green Merit Housing Award.

Maria de los Angeles Rangel – $500 Farmersville Centennial and $2,500 2019 Superintendent Scholarship.

Megan Ravsten – $750 Bob Poole Memorial Scholarship and $500 FHS Office Aide of the Year Scholarship.

Anahi Rodriguez – $1,000 Farmersville Education Foundation.

Finlee Rudicile – $500 Higginbotham Associates Scholarship, $500 Farmersville Education Foundation, $500 First Baptist Church Cuadle, Greer and Odneal Scholarship and $45,000 New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award.

Jaxson Rudicile – $1,000 Independent Bank Scholarship, $500 First Baptist Church Cuadle, Greer and Odneal Scholarship and $45,000 New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award.

Larson Schkade – $1,000 Tedford Chevrolet Scholarship.

Kagen Self – $9,000 Air Conditioning Innovative Solutions Scholarship

Brandon Spruill – $500 Carol Bates, DDS Scholarship, $250 Tim Cooper Memorial Scholarship and $1,000 Farmersville Ex Students Association Scholarship.

Courtney Taylor – $1,000 Farmersville Centennial and $8,000 Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islander Scholarship.

Malee Vitayapanna – $1,000 Farmersville Rotary, $2,500 Gladys David Best Scholarship, $250 FHS National Honor Society Scholarship, $72,000 Baylor University Dean›s Gold Scholarship and $6,070 Baylor University Work Study Scholarship.

Callie Yellin – $1,000 Dr. Keith Family Care Chiropractic Clinic Scholarship and $8,520 Kilgore College Athletic Scholarship.

Danielle Young – $1,000 Order of Eastern Star Scholarship.


By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]

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