April 22, 2020

Capital Farm Credit continues to impact youth with scholarship tradition

Texas students remain a priority to Capital Farm Credit's commitment to youth in agriculture. The tradition to award 100 scholarships to students across Texas continues in 2020.

Each of Capital Farm Credit's branch offices will award at least one $1,000 scholarship to deserving high school students. Since the commencement of its 100 scholarships in 100 days program in 2016, Capital Farm Credit has awarded more than 400 scholarships to Texas youth.

"We believe the future is bright for these students," said Ben Novosad, chief executive officer. "Each has the opportunity to strengthen the future of agriculture and for this, Capital Farm Credit is honored to have invested in their success."

2020 scholarship recipients:

  • Alex Smith
  • Amy Schilderink
  • Avery Kubecka
  • Bethany Crenwelge
  • Blake Greaves
  • Braelyn Ann Bevel
  • Brice Allen Otto
  • Brodie Bachmayer
  • Brooke Dunlap
  • Brooke Vasquez
  • Carolina Neri
  • Caroline Jurecka
  • Christopher Pepper
  • Colby Tullos
  • Corbin Turner
  • Emaly Vrooman
  • Ethan Schobel
  • Fernando Xavier Rodriguez
  • Gabriella Zumpano
  • Isabella Carlisle
  • Jacob Jenschke
  • Jacob W. Barron
  • Jamie Byrom
  • Jax Tedder
  • Jayce Hackebeil
  • Jeremy Coe
  • Jett Henefey
  • Jessica Heiskell
  • Joey Dickey
  • John Owen
  • Joshua Orsak
  • Juna Glasscock
  • Kacey Russell
  • Kade Hunter
  • Karoline Grace Turner
  • Katelyn Moore
  • Kelton Marek
  • Kenadee Stewart
  • Kylee Medina
  • Kyler Bordner
  • Kyler McClendon
  • Lauren Holly Thomas
  • Layne Christian
  • LeeAnn Schmidt
  • Lettie Morris
  • Madeline Rod
  • Molly Johnson
  • Natalie McDaniel
  • Nathan Bradley Barrett
  • Parker Carson
  • Parker Lee
  • Rachel Niehues
  • Randice Nelson
  • Shyann Martinez
  • Trace Harris
  • Yeager Pfannstiel