2020 Cordle Cares Foundation
The Cordle Cares Foundation (CCF) awarded six (6) $1,000 scholarships to Fairfield County high school seniors.
Four $1,000 Cordle Cares Foundation Scholarships are awarded to students who are committed to service to their community and participate in extra-curricular activities. Those winners are:
Eugene Andermatt is the son of John and Barbara Andermatt and a senior at Amanda Clearcreek High School. He plans to attend Ohio University and obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Integrated Media. He has volunteered for the Alzheimer's Walk; Canned Food Drive; Wreaths across America; First United Methodist Church Community Kitchen, Soundboard Tech and Midweek Giveback and as a College Board Opportunity Scholars Ambassador Program. As a member of the Boy Scouts, he has earned his Eagle Scout and assisted many others with their Eagle Scout projects.
Quinton Burke is the son of Jennifer Grays and attends Lancaster High School. He will be attending The Ohio State University to study Zoology/Pre Vet and earn a Bachelors with a hope of becoming a veterinarian at a zoo. He has volunteered at Community Care Day, Frosh Fest, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Gift of Time and Brian Sampson Memorial Youth Football Camp.
Reagan Conrad is the daughter of Brooke and Cole Conrad and is a senior at Fairfield Union High School. She will attend The Ohio State University to study Biology. Her goal is to become a pediatrician and to work with Doctors without Borders. Her volunteer work includes Sunday School teacher, St Mary’s Church Alter Server, American Red Cross, Forest Rose School for Disabilities, Pleasantville Food Pantry, Nursing Home volunteer and shopping trip volunteer at Kohl’s.
Tatum Campbell is the son of Sean Lavey and Dawn Campbell Lavey and is a senior at Fairfield Union High School. He will attend Coastal Carolina University to study Special Education. His community volunteer activities include; Bremen Food Pantry; Tree Church Ministries; Fairfield County Sheep Committee; Elementary School Backpack Project; 4-H Outreach, Community Day and Endowment Dinner; Fairfield County Fairground Clean Up, Veterans Pack Project, Humane Work Project, Pennies for Patients, Humane Donation, Children's Hospital, Canned Food Drive, Troop Packs Project, Pillowcase Project and Walker Bag Project.
Two $1,000 Brian Sampson Memorial (BSM) Scholarships are awarded to Lancaster High School seniors who have participated in at least one high school sport along who have also participated in school and community activities. Those recipients are:
Emma Bosser is the daughter of Pam Bosser and the late John Bosser and a senior at Lancaster High School. She plans to attend Belmont University to pursue a degree in Nursing. She played Field Hockey while at Lancaster High. He has done volunteer work through Varsity L Club, Key Club, National Honor Society, Interact Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, AHA! and Young Life.
Owen Snyder is the son of Ryan and Andrea Snyder and a senior at Lancaster High School. He plans to attend Ohio University and study Biochemistry with hopes of becoming a physician. He has participated in football, basketball and track at Lancaster High. His activities include; Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Art of Neighboring, 250 Plates, Brian Sampson Memorial Youth Football Camp, Community Care Day, Classroom Helper at Lancaster Vineyard Church, Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts , 4th of July Parade Trash Pickup, Tarhe Trails Carnival, Key Club, Varsity L Club and National Honor Society.