OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Agricultural honors scholars announced

01/22/1999

CORVALLIS - New and continuing students in Oregon State University's College of Agricultural Sciences have been awarded $67,000 in scholarships. The awards were made possible by gifts to the E.R. Jackman Foundation and the OSU Foundation.

Beginning Venture Scholarships of either $1,000 or $2,000 were awarded to students entering the college. Continuing Venture awards of $1,500 were made to second year agricultural honors students.

Receiving Beginning Venture scholarships were (Continuing Venture list to follow):

 

  • Albany

    Anna-Marie Pimm, daughter of Dick and Doris Pimm, received the $1,000 Summers Agricultural Honors scholarship. The Lacomb Composite High School graduate is studying animal sciences at Linn-Benton Community College in the OSU-LBCC joint enrollment program.

     

  • Ashland

     

    • Carol Dundas, daughter of John and Ann Dundas, received a $1,000 scholarship given by the Jernstedt family of Carlton.
    • Miranda Ruth, daughter of Jerry Ruth, received a $1,000 Eugene H. Fisher scholarship. Both students are 1998 graduates of Ashland High School and are studying in a pre-veterinary medicine program in animal sciences.

     

  • Boardman

    Kristi Mason, daughter of Dean and Joyce Mason, received a $1,000 Lawrence E. and Marguerite Kaseberg Memorial Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Riverside High School is enrolled in a pre-veterinary medicine program in animal sciences.

     

  • Bonanza

    Matthew Arata, son of Louis and Linda Arata, received a $1,000 Harvest States Foundation scholarship. The 1995 graduate of Bonanza High School entered OSU from Linn-Benton Community College to study agricultural business management.

     

  • Burns

    Zola Gibson, daughter of Irvin and Karen Gibson, received a $1,000 Pendleton Grain Growers scholarship. The 1996 graduate of Burns High School is studying rangeland resources in the OSU program at Eastern Oregon University after transferring from Treasure Valley Community College.

     

  • Central Point

    Tara Norris, daughter of John and Dianne Norris, received the $1,000 Grange Co-op Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 graduate of South Medford High School is studying general agriculture at OSU.

     

  • Eagle Creek

    Peter Gregg, son of Kevin and Michaele Gregg, received a $1,000 Harvest States Foundation scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Estacada High School is studying horticulture at OSU.

     

  • Eagle Point

    William Johnson, son of Bill and Linda Johnson, received a $1,000 Jess Hanson scholarship. The 1998 Eagle Point High School graduate is majoring in wildlife science.

     

  • Grants Pass

    Jessica Dutton, daughter of Mark and Kimberly Dutton, and Aimee Wurst, daughter of David and Taube Wurst, each received a $1,000 scholarship given by Harvest States Foundation. Both are 1998 Hidden Valley High graduates enrolled in animal sciences.

     

  • Hood River

    Adam Poole, son of Don and Cindy Poole, received a $1,000 Clifford Smith Memorial scholarship. The 1998 Hood River Valley graduate is pursuing a double major in food science and technology and horticulture.

     

  • Independence

    Craig King, son of Dennis and Susan King, received a $1,000 Loren J. Smith Memorial scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Central High School is studying crop and soil science.

     

  • Joseph

     

    Heath Perkowski Curtiss, son of Shelley Curtiss, received the $1,000 H. Clayton Fox Agricultural Honors scholarship and the $1,000 Pendleton Grain Growers scholarship. The 1997 Joseph High School grad is majoring in agricultural and resource economics.

     

  • Junction City

     

    • Rose Evonuk, daughter of Phil and Shannon Evonuk, received a $1,000 Harvest States Foundation scholarship. She is studying agricultural and resource economics.
    • Jennifer Terrien, daughter of Jeffrey and Sandra Terrien, received the $1,000 Fisher Implement Company Agricultural Honors scholarship. She is studying agricultural business management. Both are 1998 graduates of Junction City High School.

     

  • Kimberly

    Eric Feldhusen, son of Carl and Sue Feldhusen, received the $1,000 Paul and Frances Montecucco Beginning Venture scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Kimberly High School is studying horticulture.

     

  • Klamath Falls

    Darrin Culp, son of Donald and Susan Culp, received a $1,000 Harvest States Foundation scholarship. The 1998 Henley High School graduate is majoring in crop and soil science.

     

  • Lakeview

    Jessica Gage, daughter of Ed and Sheila Gage, received a $1,000 Chambers Leadership Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 Lakeview High School graduate is enrolled in agricultural business management in the OSU program at Eastern Oregon University.

     

  • Madras

    Jody Nartz, daughter of Bob and Lynn Hair, received the $1,000 scholarship given by Cenex Supply and Marketing of Tangent and Cenex Supply and Marketing of Madras. The 1998 Madras High School graduate is studying agricultural and resource economics.

     

  • Medford

    Matthew Northrop, son of Rick and Barbara Northrop, received a $1,000 scholarship given by the Frank Burlingham Family and the Grain Elevator and Processing Society. The 1998 graduate of South Medford High School is studying fisheries science.

     

  • Molalla

     

    • Kelly Bystrom, a 1998 graduate of Silverton High School, received a $1,000 Wilco Farmers Agricultural Honors scholarship. The daughter of Dale and Julie Bystrom is studying animal sciences.
    • Mary Hannan, daughter of Richard and Ellen Hannan, received the $1,000 scholarship given by Oregon Women for Agriculture. The 1996 Molalla High School graduate is enrolled in a pre-veterinary science program through the joint enrollment program between OSU and Linn-Benton Community College.

     

  • Nehalem

    Carrie Koch, daughter of Ron and Irene Koch, received a $1,000 O.M. Plummer Memorial Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1995 Neah-Kah-Nie High School graduate is studying animal sciences at OSU after transferring from Linn-Benton Community College.

     

  • Newport

    Kristen Vandiver, daughter of Jane Blust, received the $1,000 Eugene H. Fisher Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Newport High School is enrolled in a pre-veterinary medicine program in animal sciences.

     

  • Parkdale

    Jolene Aubert, daughter of Leonard and Karen Aubert, received a $1,000 Lawrence E. and Marguerite Kaseberg Memorial scholarship. The 1998 Hood River Valley graduate is enrolled in the bioresource research program.

     

  • Pendleton

    Christopher Pahl, son of Ronald and D-Ann Pahl, received a $2,000 scholarship given by Pendleton Flour Mills, the E.R. Jackman Foundation in honor of Karla Chambers, and the Kasberg Family in memory of Lawrence E. and Marguerite Kaseberg. The 1997 Pendleton High School graduate is studying agricultural business management.

     

  • Portland

     

    • Hanna Brooks, daughter of Loren and Pirjo Brooks, received a $1,000 award given by Harvest States Foundation. The 1998 Cleveland High School graduate is studying general agriculture.
    • Sara Danaher, daughter of Alan and Mary Helen Danaher, received a $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial scholarship. The 1998 Central Catholic graduate is enrolled in a pre-veterinary science program in animal sciences.
    • Evan Haney, son Colin and Lynn Haney, received a $1,000 Naumes Family scholarship. The 1996 Parkrose graduate entered OSU from Mt. Hood Community College to study horticulture.

     

  • Port Orford

    Joseph Feldhaus, son of Mark and Laurie Feldhaus, received a $1,000 Clifford Smith Memorial scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Pacific High School is studying fisheries science.

     

  • Roseburg

    Suzanne Broda, daughter of Karel and Linda Broda, received the $1,000 scholarship given by Douglas County Farmers Co-op. The 1998 Roseburg High School graduate is enrolled in a pre-veterinary program in animal sciences.

     

  • St. Paul

    Elizabeth Wolf, daughter of James and Theresa Wolf, received the $1,000 scholarship given by Ernst Hardware-Cascade Tractor. The 1998 graduate of St. Paul High School is studying animal sciences.

     

  • Sauvie Island

    Megan Hoffart, daughter of Terrance and Christine Hoffart, received a $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial scholarship. The 1998 Central Catholic graduate is studying agricultural business management.

     

  • Seal Rock

    Kyla Ryan, daughter of Terrence Ryan and Dawn Pavitt, received a $1,000 College of Agricultural Sciences Dean's scholarship. The 1998 Newport High School graduate is enrolled in a pre-veterinary medicine program in animal sciences.

     

  • Sherwood

    Jacob Crawford, son of Edward and Deborah Crawford, received a $1,000 O.M. Plummer Memorial Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 Sherwood High graduate is enrolled in a pre-veterinary science program in animal sciences.

     

  • Springfield

    Alan Marchant, son of Keith and Sheryl Marchant, received the $1,000 scholarship given by Eugene Farmers Co-op. The 1998 Thurston High School graduate is planning to major in horticulture.

     

  • Summerville

    Brenda Baird, daughter of Dave and Sherry Hug, received a $1,000 Loren J. Smith Memorial scholarship. The 1995 Imbler High School graduate is studying crop and soil science in the OSU program offered at Eastern Oregon University. She entered the OSU major after transferring from Pensacola Junior College.

     

  • Talent

    Brooke Haskins, daughter of Wyatt and Glenda Haskins, received a $1,000 scholarship from Harvest States Foundation. The 1998 Phoenix High School graduate is studying general agriculture.

     

  • Union

    Amber Kirby, daughter of Bert and Kathy Kirby, received a $1,000 scholarship given by the Harvest States Foundation. The 1998 graduate of Union High School is studying agricultural business management in the OSU program offered on the Eastern Oregon University campus.

     

  • Willamina

    Kristine Reid, daughter of Chris and Kathy Rankin, received a $2,000 scholarship given by Farm Credit Services and Wilco Farmers. The 1997 Willamina High School graduate is studying agricultural business management.

     

  • Woodburn

     

    • George Hitz, son of Bernhard and Patricia Hitz, received a $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 Woodburn High School graduate is studying crop and soil science.
    • Frederick Magenheimer, son of Fred and Linda Magenheimer, received a $1,000 scholarship given by Pendleton Flour Mills. The 1996 Molalla High School graduate is studying agricultural business management after transferring to OSU from Linn-Benton Community College.

     

ALASKA

 

  • Petersburg

    David Bennett, son of Bob and Karen Bennett, received a $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus scholarship. The 1998 graduate of Petersburg High School is studying fisheries sciences.

     

CALIFORNIA

 

  • Clovis

    Nicole Holcomb, daughter of Lorraine Holcomb, received a $1,000 scholarship given by A-BTechnologies International. The 1998 graduate of Buchanan High School is enrolled in a pre-veterinary medicine program in animal sciences.

     

  • Fortuna

    Michelle Howard, daughter of Gary and Renee Howard, received a $1,000 scholarship given by the Naumes family. The 1998 graduate of Fortuna High School is studying food science and technology.

     

  • Rowland

    Chris Siouris received a $1,000 scholarship given by the Jernstedt family.

     

  • Heights

    graduate of Rowland Heights High School is studying animal sciences. The parents are George and Artemis Siouris.

COLORADO

 

  • Glenwood Springs

    Kimberly Padilla, daughter of Sheryl Shivley, received a $1,000 scholarship given by A-B Technologies International. The 1996 Glenwood Springs High School graduate is enrolled in the bioresource research program. She transferred to OSU from Colorado Mountain College.

 

IDAHO

 

  • Jerome

    Amy Hess, daughter of Lisa Hess, received the $1,000 Summers Agricultural Honors scholarship. The 1998 Jerome High School graduate is studying animal sciences.

 

Receiving Continuing Venture scholarships given to second year Agricultural Honors students were:

 

  • Astoria

    Janae Cruikshank, daughter of Dennis and Sandy Burley, received a $1,500 scholarship given by Harvest States Foundation. The Knappa High School graduate is majoring in agricultural business management.

     

  • Irrigon

    Ryan Evans, son of Kenn and Mary Evans, received a $1,500 award given by A-B Technologies International and Harvest States Foundation. The Riverside High School graduate is majoring in agricultural business management.

     

  • Joseph

    Seth Botts, son of Rodney and Linda Botts, received the $1,500 Fox Continuing Venture scholarship. The Joseph High School graduate is majoring in the pre-veterinary program offered at Eastern Oregon University.

     

  • Molalla

     

    • Roxanne Johnson, daughter of Reed and Shirley Johnson, received the $1,500 College of Agricultural Sciences Dean's scholarship. The Molalla High School graduate is majoring in animal sciences.
    • Kyle Ross, son of Larry and Marilynn Ross, received the $1,500 Robert Dean Jones Continuing Venture scholarship. The Silverton High School graduate is majoring in crop and soil science.

       

    • Myrtle Creek

      Matthew Lawhead, son of Doug and Althea Lawhead, received the $1,500 scholarship given by the Harvey Educational Endowment. The South Umpqua High School graduate is majoring in wildlife science.

       

    • Philomath

      Staci Hering, daughter of Tom and Sandi Hering, received a $1,500 Fox Continuing Venture scholarship. The Philomath High School graduate is majoring in animal sciences.

       

    • Sumpter

      Sara Davis, daughter of Terry and Cheyleen Davis, received a $1,500 award given by the Jess Hanson and Fox Continuing Venture scholarships. The Baker High School graduate is majoring in bioresource research.

       

    • Tillamook

      Kurt Mizee, son of Bart and Terry Mizee, received a $1,500 scholarship given by the Tillamook County Creamery Association and the College of Agricultural Sciences deans. The Tillamook High School graduate is majoring in animal sciences.

       

    • Willamina

      Rhonda Kirkham, daughter of Robert and Sharon Kirkham, received a $1,500 Fox Continuing Venture scholarship. The Willamina High School graduate is enrolled in a pre-veterinary medicine program in animal sciences.