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Skiff Auxiliary celebrates 2014 scholarship winners

Published: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 11:04 a.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 11:38 a.m. CST
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Present to receive their scholarships during a recent Skiff Auxiliary luncheon were (front row, from left) Stacey Leimbacher, Katelyn Buehrer, Brooke Porter, Paige Reed, (back row) Amy Kerby, Marianne Decker, Jaelyn Dougan, Brooke Van Soelen and Adalee Blair.

The Skiff Medical Center Auxiliary recently honored the 16 winners of the 2014 Auxiliary Scholarships, totaling $16,000.  

The scholarships, for students pursuing higher education in health-related fields, are awarded on the basis of academic and professional achievement, along with other factors.

Nursing Scholarships

• Adalee Blair — $1,000 (in memory of Lydia E. Swihart)

• Katelyn Buehrer — $1,000 (in honor of Maxine and Sterling Swanger)

• Marianne Decker — $1,000 (in honor of Lois Vogel)

• Elizabeth Castillo — $1,000 (in honor of Joyce and Janet Slycord)

Geneva Trost Field

of Medicine Scholarship

Kayla Corso — $1,000

Ron Ross Health-Care

Administration Scholarship

Leah Norcross — $1,000

Health-Related Scholarships

• Brooke Porter — $1,000

• Amy Kerby — $1,000

• Stacey Leimbacher — $1,000

• Kaci McCleary — $1,000

• Darise Giles — $1,000

• Cassidy Van Veen — $1,000

• Paige Reed — $1,000

• Holly Vander Pol — $1,000

• Brooke Van Soelen — $1,000

• Jaelyn Dougan — $1,000

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