6/23/16, Bryan, OH: GenFed Financial awarded six $500 scholarships to area graduating seniors this spring. The winners were selected based upon the originality, attention to detail, and organization of their essay.
The 2016 recipients and the schools they plan to attend are as follows:
Mikayla Boesch from Antwerp High School, Ohio University.
Jacob Hausch from Bryan High School, Ohio State.
Dakota Freeman from Edgerton High School, Heidelberg University
Taylor Schooley from Paulding High School, Ohio Northern University
Megan Graber from Stryker High School, Goshen College
Estie Sinn from Wayne Trace High School, Miami University
The awards were handed out by GenFed Member Service Representatives including Jill Shephard, Katlynn Schroeder and Candy Nowakowski. Jill, a Senior Member Service Representative in the Bryan branch said, “I am so excited for each of the winners and honored we can be a part of their futures.”
Attachments: (1) Antwerp High School scholarship winner Mikayla Boesch. (2) Bryan High School scholarship winner Jacob Hausch. (3) Edgerton High School scholarship winner Dakota Freeman. (4) Paulding High School scholarship winner Taylor Schooley. (5) Stryker High School scholarship winner Megan Graber. (6) Wayne Trace High School scholarship winner Estie Sinn.
About GenFed Financial: GenFed’s Bryan and Antwerp branches serve over 3,800 member/owner/account holders and have $23,824,658 in assets. New members receive their first $25 deposit from GenFed.
GenFed Financial Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that is owned by the account holders (also called members) and it exists for their benefit. Credit unions don’t have stockholders and are able to return any profits to the members in the form of better rates, lower fees and increased services. GenFed’s mission is to consistently “wow” every member/owner with superior service. GenFed has had the members’ best interests at heart for more than 75 years.
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