WPS Charitable Foundation awards scholarships for 2018

WPS Charitable Foundation awards scholarships for 2018/2019

MADISON, Wis.—Dec. 27, 2018—The WPS Charitable Foundation announces the 2018 recipients of the Ray Koenig Memorial Scholarship, benefiting children of employees of WPS or one of its wholly owned subsidiaries. Thirty students each received a one-year scholarship valued at $1,250.

Madison area:

  • Andy Truong of Madison, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Caitlin Hunt of Madison, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Jordan Powers of Madison, Ringling College of Art and Design
  • Whitney Braun of Madison, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Kennedy West of DeForest, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Collin Brehmer of Sun Prairie, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Jenna Groeschel of Sun Prairie, St. Cloud State University
  • Trevor Wells of Sun Prairie, Luther College
  • Alexander Bernhardt of Evansville, Madison College
  • McKenzie Carlson of Evansville, Edgewood College
  • Brittany Schuttemeier of Stoughton, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • Thomas Judy of Stoughton, Xavier University
  • Katie Korth of Cambridge, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Green Bay area:

  • Aaron Kinard of Green Bay, Austin Community College
  • Alexis Anderson of Green Bay, Minneapolis Community and Technical College
  • Nathan Perttu of Green Bay, St. Norbert College
  • Ashelyn Drella of De Pere, Carroll University
  • Emily Stephenson of Hobart, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Central Wisconsin:

  • Ryan Lassa of Mosinee, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Illinois:

  • Shaynee Hammonds of Marion, John A. Logan College

Missouri:

  • Payton Herman of Kansas City, Park University
  • Joseph Connelly of Kirkwood, University of Missouri-Columbia

Nebraska:

  • Charita Dailey of Omaha, Ohio State University
  • Jennifer Hula of Bellevue, University of Nebraska-Omaha
  • Jared Stewart of Omaha, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Luke Mullin of Omaha, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Tara Wanser of Omaha, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Rachel Loerch of Papillion, Nebraska Wesleyan University

Virginia:

  • Anaizia Davis of Newport News, Old Dominion University
  • Milan Woodley of Norfolk, St. Augustine's University

 

 

About the WPS Charitable Foundation
The WPS Charitable Foundation was formed in 1986 to honor WPS' first president, Ray Koenig. Since its formation, it has inspired excellence in young people by making educational opportunities available to them through scholarships.

 

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