FCS Financial awards $51,000 in scholarships

FCS Financial Community Giving

FCS Financial recently selected 34 recipients for their Scholarship Program who will each receive a $1,500 scholarship to assist with the cost of higher education. Since 2004, more than $620,000 has been distributed through the FCS Financial Scholarship Program. The program is designed to encourage and support higher education for relatives of FCS Financial members.

“As a cooperative, FCS Financial provides many benefits to our members. The scholarship program is one of many we are proud to offer that focuses on helping the next generation succeed,” says David Janish, FCS Financial CEO. “We are excited to be a part of helping these young people achieve their goals and look forward to seeing what they will accomplish in the next five or 10 years.”

Those receiving an FCS Financial scholarship for 2019 are:

  • Calvin Basham, Cowgill
  • Sydney Baxter, Chillicothe
  • Kendra Betz, Trenton
  • Samantha Bolte, Saint James
  • Alison Burns, Stockton
  • Taylor Case, Russellville
  • Lauren Compton, Lamar
  • Skylar Divine, Hartville
  • Ashley Ebeling, Windsor
  • Isaac Ernst, Perryville
  • Haleigh Ferguson, Smithton
  • Nathan Gastler, Martinsburg
  • Hannah Gebhardt, Salisbury
  • Kathryn Grant, Carrollton
  • Hunter Houghton, Laddonia
  • Sahara Huebner, Bland
  • Jessica Janorschke, St. Joseph
  • Brenden Kleiboeker, Stotts City
  • Mattie Kottman, Armstrong
  • Kate McDonald, Silex
  • Matthew Morgan, Lamar
  • Emily Mueller, Moscow Mills
  • Meredith Oesch, Mooresville
  • Alexandra Osborn, Odessa
  • Nicole Plenge, Luray
  • Theodore Rieckhoff, Windsor
  • Hayden Ritchhart, Carrollton
  • Abigail Robinson, Cameron
  • Kelsey Sachs, Troy
  • Brooke Schnarre, Centralia
  • Koby Stoll, Conception Junction
  • Brynan Tunks, King City
  • Paige Wait, Moundville
  • Zach Word, Frohna

The 2020 Scholarship Application will be available at www.myfcsfinancial.com by September 1, 2019.