Adam Crock, Emma McMaster, Paxton Scholl, and Makenzie Dietz have each been awarded $2,800 Louise Freeland Scholarships from Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives.
Named in honor of a long-time employee of Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, the Louise Freeland Scholarships are awarded annually to the children of electric cooperative employees and trustees. A panel of independent judges reviewed the applications and interviewed the students before determining the winners.
Crock, a senior at Maysville High School, is the son of Ray and Lisa Crock. His father works for Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Cooperative.
McMaster, a senior at Paulding High School, is the daughter of Amy and John McMaster. Her father works for Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative.
Scholl, a senior at Mississinawa Valley High School, is the son of Doug and Lori Scholl. Her father works for Darke Rural Electric Cooperative.
Dietz, a senior at Tippecanoe High School, is the daughter of Jeff and Traci Dietz. Her father works for Pioneer Electric Cooperative.