Who’s News for Satuday, June 23, 2018
EMMA HOLSAPPLE, daughter of Brien and Nancy Holsapple of Roachdale, has received a $1,300 Masonic scholarship from the scholarship board of the Grand Lodge of Indiana Free and Accepted Masons.
The Grand Lodge of Indiana Scholarship Board distributes earnings from an endowment, making it one of the largest fraternal scholarship funds in the ocuntry. In the years of its operation, more than $6 million in scholarships have helped more than 7,000 Hoosier students realize their educational goals.
Children, stepchildren of Master Masons as well as Master Masons who demonstrate academic merit, financial need and community participation may apply for scholarships if they are attending an Indiana college or university.
Holsapple’s scholarship was one of 411 selected from more than 435 applicants.
Emma was sponsored by her father Brien, who is a member of Roachdale Lodge No. 602 F&AM. She plans to apply the Masonic scholarship toward her first year at Indiana State University.
JASMINE EVELAND of Cloverdale has graduated from the University of Findlay.
Eveland received both a Bachelor of Science in accounting and an Associate of Arts in equestrian studies.
Eveland was invited to walk in the university’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 5.
More than 730 graduates earned doctoral, master’s, bachelor’s or associate degrees for the 2017-18 academic year.
Located in Findlay, Ohio, the University of Findlay is known not only for science, health professions, animal science and equestrian studies programs, but also for cultivating the next generation of business leaders, educators and innovative thinkers through a dedication to experiential learning, both in and outside of the classroom.
Paul W. Barret Jr. Graduate School of Banking in Memphis, Tenn., recently announced the graduation of KEVIN MILLER, senior vice president of commercial lending for North Salem State Bank in Greencastle..
Sixty-four students completed the three-year curriculum and graduated in the 2018 class. The school was held May 20-25 on the campus of Christian Brothers University in Memphis.
Paul W. Barret Jr. Graduate School of Banking has been providing advanced banking education for 45 years, with a curriculum designed to provide a high degree of understanding of all commercial banking functions.
During the three-year program, graduates received 128 hours of classroom instruction and prepared in-depth reports in eight areas of study. Approximately 240 financial industry professionals from 23 states participated in the 2018 session.