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Local 83 scholarship winners

L-83 Special Fund Awards Ten Scholarships

Local 83 (Kansas City, Missouri) awarded scholarships to 10 local students. Front row, l. to r., Joe Lewandowski, BM-ST; Bailey James, daughter of Clayton Knepp III; Holly Harlan, daughter of Michael Harlan; Morgan Penry, daughter of Timothy Penry; Wyatt Anschutz, son of Wade Anschutz; Colby Erickson, son of Jeffrey Buckendahl; back row, l. to r., Scot Albertson, Business Agent; John Seward, Shop Representative; Scott Campbell, President and Business Agent; Tom Dye, Vice President/Business Agent; Casey Jensen Trustee/Business Agent. Not pictured: Libby Henneman, daughter of Arthur Henneman; Ty Kalleck, son of Randy Kalleck; Hayley Locke, daughter of Steve Locke; Jacoby Nash, son of Jackie Nash; and Jacinta Wenke, daughter of Theodore Wenke.

L-105 presents Don Storey Memorial scholarships

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS WERE presented earlier this year at Local 105 (Piketon, Ohio). Four graduates were presented $1,000 Don Storey Memorial scholarship awards. They were Elijah Paul Whitley and Gabriel Dane Whitley, sons of Timothy Whitley; Conner Douglas Vincent, son of Eric Vincent; and Gage Bryan Jones, son of Robert Jones.

Tags  Scholarships
Locals  L-83, L-105
Reporter  V55N4
Published on the Web: January 10, 2017

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