On behalf of the SUCCEED Committee and Stolly Insurance Group, we would like to say thank you to the 170 applicants that applied for our annual scholarships! We receive applications from many very smart, talented and hardworking students from all over the state every year, and this year was no different.
One exciting change this year is we added an additional winner making a total of 3 winners! – $1,000 scholarship for each student
The SIG SUCCEED Committee carefully read through each of the applications over many weeks, and we are excited to announce the 2022 scholarship recipients!
Lillian is graduating from Shawnee with high honors and will be attending The Ohio State University. In addition to her success in academics, Lillian also demonstrates great leadership skills outside of the classroom, volunteering her time at St. Rita’s hospital and Big Brother Big Sisters. Lillian has a passion for helping others and plans to go into the medical field where she will be a pre-med major. Congratulations Lillian, may you continue to lead by example and strive to make the world a better place!
Makahla will graduate from Wapakoneta High School with high honors . In addition to being an exceptional student, she’s an active member in clubs such as the National Honor Society and the Octagon club. Makahla also has a passion for helping others as she’s volunteered her time with VFW (Vets of Foreign Wars) veterans and their families who are coping with loss. Makala demonstrates great leadership qualities and without a doubt has a bright future ahead of her. She will be majoring in bio-chemistry. Congratulations Makahla and best of luck to you!
Noah Schneider will be graduating from Lima Central Catholic High School with high honors. He plans to attend Ohio Northern University next semester. In addition to being a great student Noah demonstrates great leadership qualities such as time management. Outside the classroom he’s working part time and also volunteers his time at Christian Corner Community Center providing meals to those in need. He plans to major in Sports Management at ONU. Congratulations to Noah, wishing you nothing but continued success!