Noble County Memorial Scholarship Fund #2
In memory of: Kenneth Forker, Chester E. Dekko, Howard G. Heckner, John E. Hogan, Dorothy Mossman, Dave Knopp, Loretta and Christine Noe, Sandra K. Shepherd, Sylvan Springs, Ruthann Richards, Linda L. Speakman-Yerick and William Wesley “Wes” and Amelia Freshe.
Opportunity #2: For three Noble County High School seniors (one awarded to a Central Noble High School senior, one awarded to an East Noble High School senior, one awarded to a West Noble High School senior) currently enrolled who has shown strong community involvement, has been active in various volunteer committees, and has participated in any school-sponsored sports all four years of high school. Awards $1,000 one time. (cfnc)
Donor Fund Story:
The Noble County Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 by the board of directors of the Community Foundation of Noble County for the purpose of allowing Noble County residents the opportunity to memorialize a friend, family, or loved one without creating a named endowment fund where the minimum is much larger than the $1,000 minimum for this fund.
Those who have been honored through memorial gifts to date:
Kenneth Forker – Albion, Indiana
Chester E. Dekko – Dekko Foundation for his start up support to the foundation.
Howard G. Heckner – Ligonier for his start up support to the foundation.
John E. Hogan – Cole Foundation for his start up support to the foundation.
Dorothy Mossman – Rome City, Indiana
Dave Knopp – Former Director of the Community Foundation of Noble County
Loretta and Christine Noe – Albion, Indiana
Sandra K. Shepherd – Ligonier, Indiana
Sylvan Springs – Community Foundation of Noble County and Community Initiatives
Ruthann Richards – Former Community Foundation of Noble County Board Member
Linda L. Speakman-Yerick – Former Director of the Community Foundation of Noble County
Please note that for a gift and/or multiple gifts of $1,000 or more to the Noble County Memorial Scholarship Fund your loved one’s name will be added to the fund! These memorials become a part of our memorial wall at the foundation.