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Chad Philpot

Chad Philpot – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship

18 year-old Chad Philpot lives in the small town of Amelia, Virginia. How small a town? Two traffic lights small. “Everybody knows everybody, so you really can’t get into too much trouble.” And Chad didn’t. Every summer he worked on a farm fixing equipment. Chad found great accomplishment in repairing feed lines, fans and heaters…

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Kristen Blue – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship

Kristen Blue - Success Story

Kristen Blue has always loved airplanes – a lot. She had flown in big commercial airliners but was really fascinated by small Cessna planes. At age 12 Kristen learned of the Civil Air Patrol, or CAP. CAP is a civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force. They have a cadet program that focuses on…

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Casey Lellock – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship

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Casey Lellock grew up in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania less than a mile away from Gobbler’s Knob – home to the most famous groundhog in America, Punxsutawney Phil. It’s a town of less than 6,000 residents and Casey has always liked the small town charm. “I know just about everybody in town,” he told me. Casey is…

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Matt Benchek – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship

Matt Benchek - PD

When Matt Benchek was about to enter the 9th grade he had to select three elective courses to go with the mandatory three R’s. He chose Drafting and Accounting. He only chose Accounting because Small Engine Repair was full. But he still needed a third elective. Matt’s mom suggested he take Basic Electrical, but he…

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Ryan Bouland – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship

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All Ryan Bouland wanted to do was play music. From the first time he picked up the tuba in 6th grade he knew that music would always be a part of his life. At age 15 he got his first real taste of it. He roadied for his uncle’s Grateful Dead cover band, gr8FLdüde &…

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Bunk Jackson – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship

Bunk Jackson - PD

Meet work ethic scholarship recipient, Bunk Jackson. His given name is Stephen, but he won’t answer to that – literally. Once, at Gunnison High School, a new teacher insisted on calling him Stephen. True to his word, Bunk wouldn’t answer to it. That earned him a trip to the principal’s office. When asked why he…

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