Truelove, Hazel Brown Scholarship Fund
For a Central Noble High School senior who will pursue a two- or four- years of undergraduate study on a full time basis, and who anticipates either a major or minor in music or will be involved in a music program in their freshman year of college. Eligible seniors must have participated in a musical program at Central Noble for at least two years. Pays $1,500 one-time. (CFNC) Essay question required on application:” How has involvement in music affected your decisions and goals for your future?”
Donor Fund Story:
Kay and Hazel Truelove were both born and raised in Noble County. Kay had two sisters and a brother: Hazel had two sisters. Both Kay and Hazel graduated from Albion High School in 1947. Hazel went on to attend one year at Manchester College in N. Manchester, Indiana. The Truelove’s were married on October 9, 1949 at the Blue River Church of the Brethren in Noble County.
Kay worked at Truelove Bros. Farm Machinery since 1945. Hazel taught private piano in their home for 45 years. She also accompanied the choirs, middle school and high school, for 10 years. She was the organist at their local church and played for 50 years. Hazel also played for many weddings!
Kay was the past president and owner of the family business established in 1938 by his father and uncle. It still serves area agriculture by family members. Kay was involved in county government for 8 years and president of Central Noble School Board for 12 years. Both Kay and Hazel enjoyed reading and attending basketball and football games at Central Noble and they liked to watch them on television…IU ballgames are a must!
The Truelove’s established their Family Fund at the Foundation as a way to continue the things that remain an interest to them such as music, education, recreation and sports activities for the youth of the area and the continued support of their church. The Truelove’s put much emphasis on the importance of getting involved so that the things of interest to YOU may be forever endowed.