March 16, 2018

Capital Farm Credit Awards 100 Scholarships in 100 Days

To further strengthen our commitment to youth in agriculture, Capital Farm Credit is awarding 100 scholarships to Texas students in 2018.

In addition to various scholarships given through contests, colleges and universities, each of our branch offices across the state is awarding at least one $1,000 scholarship.

"A big part of our mission is to help rural areas grow and thrive by providing farmers and ranchers with the capital they need to make their businesses successful," said Ben Novosad, chief executive officer. "We're also proud to help build the next generation of agricultural producers through our scholarship program. By supporting Texas' youth, we're helping invest in the vibrancy of rural communities throughout Texas."

Congratulations to our scholarship winners:

  1. Jodi Evans, Ira High School (Snyder Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  2. Kami Smith, Hermleigh High School (Snyder Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  3. Abby Johnson, Whitehouse FFA ($2,500 Video Contest Scholarship Winner)
  4. Emily Murphy, Bosque County 4-H ($1,000 Video Contest Scholarship Winner)
  5. Brooke Wagner, (Dayton Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  6. Charles Wassberg, Plano West FFA ($1,500 Video Contest Scholarship Winner)
  7. Kennedy Doskocil, Rosebud-Lott FFA ($1,000 Video Contest Scholarship Winner)
  8. Kelton Hill, Grace Christian Academy (Canadian Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  9. Aspen Cox, Jourdanton High School (Jourdanton Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  10. Marcee Cooke, Canadian High School (Canadian Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  11. Asher Miller, Perryton High School (Perryton Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  12. Braden Hillery, Rider High School (Wichita Falls Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  13. Kullen Sorrels, Dalhart High School (Dalhart Credit Office $500 scholarship)
  14. Sarah McDaniel, Dalhart High School (Dalhart Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  15. Brooke Stoddard, Angleton High School (Rosenberg Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  16. Macy Sharp, Klondike High School (Lamesa Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  17. Micah Trull, Brady High School (Hill Country Region $1,000 scholarship)
  18. Montgomery Raez, Hutto High School (Taylor Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  19. Ross Marshall Bess, Anahuac High School (Winnie Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  20. Brody Schmalriede, McGregor High School (Waco Credit Office $500 scholarship)
  21. Kinze Reich, Crawford High School (Waco Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  22. Gracie Tate, Lorena High School (Waco Credit Office $500 scholarship)
  23. James Kenesson, Woodville High School (Dayton Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  24. Kyra Coffell, Iredell High School (Clifton Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  25. Kristella Cabrera, United South High School (Laredo Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  26. Caleb Cowan, Llano High School (Hill Country Region $1,000 scholarship)
  27. Tyler Kennedy, Comstock High School (Uvalde Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  28. Mia Caperton, Madisonville High School (Madisonville Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  29. Eliza Lazenby, North Zulch High School (Madisonville Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  30. Craig Sickmen, Clear Creek High School (Dayton Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  31. Jolie Kay Branch, Jim Need High School (Abilene Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  32. Taylor Loeffler, Lampasas High School (Lampasas Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)
  33. Ashley Broom, Jim Need High School (Abilene Credit Office $1,000 scholarship)