Prior Recipients

Anna Emory was awarded a $3,000 scholarship.  Anna graduated first in her class from El Reno High School with a 4.52 GPA and scored a 30 on her ACT.  In 2016 alone, Anna was President of the Student Counsel, played varsity golf and was a member of the National Honor Society.  Anna will be attending the University of Oklahoma where she plans to study engineering.

Carson Jensen was awarded a $3000.00 scholarship.  Carson graduated from El Reno High School with a 4.0 GPA and was the Valedictorian of his class.  Throughout high school, Carson was a member of the varsity golf team and was a member of the National Honor Society.  Carson will be attending Oklahoma Christian University where he will be playing on the golf team.  He plans to become a professional golfer or a farmer/rancher.

Evan George was awarded a $2000.00 scholarship.  Evan graduated from Cheyenne High School with a 4.0 GPA and scored a 30 on his ACT.  Evan was the Valedictorian of his class and was a member of the National Honor Society.   Evan will be attending Oklahoma State University where he plans to study chemical engineering.

Jasper Sanders was awarded a $1500.00 scholarship.  Jasper graduated from Holdenville High School with a 4.0 GPA.  During high school, Jasper played softball and was a member of the National Honor Society.  Jasper will be attending the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology where she plans to study to become a registered nurse.

MiKayla Vaverka was awarded a $1000.00 scholarship.  MiKayla graduated from Ripley High School with a 3.97 GPA.  She will be attending Roger State University and plans to study to become a licensed counselor.

Austin Stottlemyre was awarded a $5,000 scholarship.  Austin graduated first in his class from Kingston High School with a 4.23 GPA and scored a 34 on his ACT.  In 2015 alone, Austin was Valedictorian of his class, an Oklahoma Academic Scholar, an Oklahoma Academic All-State   scholar and a varsity athlete in football, basketball, cross-country and track/field. Austin is attending Oklahoma State University where he plans to study aerospace engineering.

Nicholas Burt was awarded a $2500.00 scholarship.  Nicholas graduated from Ft. Gibson High School with a 4.35 GPA and scored a 30 on his ACT.  Throughout high school, he received numerous academic awards and was also an athlete (lettering in football, baseball and basketball). Nicholas is attending Oklahoma State University where he plans to study mechanical engineering.

Kaylie Springer was awarded a $1500.00 scholarship.  Kaylie graduated from Cheyenne High School with a 3.95 GPA.  Throughout high school she participated in the FFA, played basketball and softball and was in the Principals Leadership Counsel.  Kaylie is attending Southwestern State University where she plans to study to become a special education teacher.

Reed Collins is the recipient of a $2,500 scholarship.  Reed graduated from Yukon High School with a 4.28 grade point average. He plans to study engineering at the University of Oklahoma.
 
Hudson Caughlin is the recipient of a $5,000 scholarship.  Hudson graduated from Tonkawa High School with a 4.0 grade point average. He plans to study aerospace engineering at Oklahoma State University.

Ivan Guerra

Josh Jacobson

Zachrey Aplin

Ashlee Barker is the recipient of a $5,000 scholarship.  Ashlee graduated from Fort Gibson High School with a 4.1 grade point average. She plans to study pre-law at the University of Oklahoma before attending law school.
 
Kellan Hostetler is the recipient of a $2,500 scholarship awarded by the Foundation in memory of John Henry Ward.  Kellan was an athlete at Garber High School and graduated with a 4.0 grade point average.  He plans to study pre-law and agribusiness at Oklahoma State University before attending law school.  Kellan’s scholarship was the Foundation’s second scholarship awarded in memory of John Henry Ward, who lost his battle with cancer in 2012. John Henry Ward was the Executive Director of the Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma (ACCO) for many years and played professional football for the Minnesota Vikings, along with several other teams.

Morgan Wells graduated from Cheyenne High School in 2012 with a 3.95 grade point average. Morgan plans to attend Oklahoma State University where she will study to become a graphic art designer. Morgan was named Salutatorian of her graduating class, is a member of the National Honor Society and is a 2012 Horatio Alger Scholarship winner. In addition to helping her mother take care of the family farm, Morgan worked part time throughout high school, was very active in her school and community, and excelled academically. She has already completed 35 college credit hours!

Ashley White graduated from Meeker High School in 2012 with a 3.98 grade point average and made a 29 on her ACT. Ashley plans to attend the University of Oklahoma where she will study to become a nurse. In high school, Ashley was named Outstanding Student in Government, Biology I and AP US History. She was also a member of the National Honor Society, the Oklahoma Honor Society and was named both Distinguished Graduate and Salutatorian of her class. Ashley has been very involved in her school and community and has already completed 16 hours in college credit. 

Ty Nelson graduated from Pawnee High School with a 4.0 grade point average. He plans to attend SWOSU to study to become a physical therapist. Ty was named All Conference Basketball, All Conference Defensive End of the Year, and State Basketball Champion two years in a row. Ty loves to work with the youth in his community and has devoted a great deal of time to promoting and serving the Pawnee Little League. 

Susan Fanning graduated from Woodward High School in 2011 with a 4.0 grade point average and made a 29 on her ACT. Susan plans to attend the University of Central Oklahoma where she will study forensic molecular biology. Susan is already active in her field of study and in 2010, was selected to attend the prestigious Sam Noble Museum of National History’s Paleo Expedition camp in Norman, which included a trip to Nebraska to work on an actual fossil dig. 

Shai Konnar Hodges graduated from Shawnee High School in 2011 with a 4.54 grade point average, and made a 30 on her ACT. Konnar is extremely gifted scholastically and took every advanced placement class available to her in high school, while also taking concurrent college courses. Konnar will be attending the University of Oklahoma where she will study medicine, and then plans to obtain her medical degree in order to become a pediatrician. 

Increase

Holly Gaines. Holly Gaines was awarded a $5,000 scholarship from the Foundation for the 2010-2011 school year. Holly graduated from Wilson High School with a 4.0 grade point average, where she was the valedictorian of her class. Holly is an incredibly gifted musician who earned distinction as the highest ranking high school-aged flutist in Oklahoma, for her sophomore, junior and senior years of high school at both the Small Schools’ Allstate Band Competitions and the Oklahoma Music Educators’ Association Allstate Band Competitions (All-OMEA). Holly has already completed 30 semester hours of college coursework and will be attending the University of Oklahoma where she plans to major in pre-medicine, and then attend medical school.

Michaela Cranford. Michaela was awarded a $1,000 scholarship for the 2010-2011 school year. Michaela graduated from Ripley High School with a 4.17 GPA, and scored a 30 on her ACT. Michaela was Senior Class President, Valedictorian, Secretary of the 4-H Club, and a Drum Major. She will be attending Northeastern State University, where she will be studying biology, and then plans to pursue a Masters degree.

IncreaseShelby Bishop. Shelby was awarded a $2500 Foundation scholarship in 2009. Shelby graduated from Arapaho High School. She is currently attending Oklahoma State University where she is studying to become an elementary school teacher.

 

IncreaseJordan Brown. Jordan was awarded a $2500 Foundation scholarship in 2009. Jordan graduated from Blackwell High School. Jordan is currently attending the University of Oklahoma where he is studying to be a computer programmer.

 

IncreaseMichiko Burns. Michiko was awarded a Foundation scholarship in 2008. Michiko graduated from Stillwater High School. She began college classes concurrently with getting her high school credits at Stillwater High at Meridian Technical Center and plans to pursue an architectural degree from Oklahoma State University.

 

IncreaseShane Haff. Shane received a $2500 scholarship from the Foundation in 2008. Shane graduated from Pryor High School with a 4.0 grade point average, where he was Valedictorian and President of his Senior Class and played varsity golf, basketball and baseball. Shane scored a 33 on his ACT and is currently attending Oklahoma Baptist University.

Angela Miller. Angela Miller was awarded a $2500 Foundation scholarship in 2009. Angela graduated from Pioneer Consolidated High School in Enid, Oklahoma. She is currently attending Oklahoma State University where she is studying to be a financial planner.

Whitney Philpot. Whitney was awarded a $2500 Foundation scholarship in 2009. Whitney graduated from Oaks Mission High School, in Rose, Oklahoma. Whitney is currently attending Rogers State Northeastern College, where she is studying to be an oncology nurse as a result of the loss of her mother to cancer.

Caylee Powers. Caylee received a $2500 scholarship from the Foundation in 2008. Caylee graduated from Comanche High School with a 3.85 grade point average, where she was a varsity athlete in softball and basketball and senior class She was also Miss Comanche 2007. Caylee is currently attending the University of Central Oklahoma, where she is studying to be a nurse and has been named to the President’s Honor Roll.

IncreaseLyndsee Thurmond. Lyndsee was awarded a Foundation scholarship in 2008. Lyndsee graduated from MacArthur High School, in Lawton, Oklahoma, with a 3.7 grade point average, where she was a cheerleader and vice president of her senior class. Lyndsee is currently attending the University of Central Oklahoma and is focusing her studies on a career in nutrition or dental hygiene.

Scholarship Golf Tournament

Meet Our Current Recipients

Donate Today