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Here are a list of the Scholarship Funds established by Delta Nu Members
Frater Name of Scholarship Fund Year Graduated
Donald Beeson Donald D. and Ann Beeson Scholarship 1959
Robert Cotter Cotter Grant 1965
Robert Foster III Robert & Doris Foster Scholarship 1969
Peter Greve Peter J. Greve TKE Alumni Scholarship 1974
Carl Haines Haines Family Pre-Pharmacy Scholarship 1964
Thomas Harvey Thomas Webb Harvey Memorial Scholarship 1964
Gweldon Long Dr. Gweldon Long Family Scholarship 1957
B. D.Owens Dr. B. D. & Sue Wright Owens Scholarship 1959
Shawn Wake Shawn Wake Technical Theatre Scholarship 1992
PETER J. GREVE MEMORIAL TKE ALUMNI OF NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
The TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University have established a $1000 scholarship that is available to graduating seniors (male or female). To be eligible, applicants must have maintained a high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above from ninth grade through the first semester of their senior year. The applicant must be an accepted entering freshman by Northwest Missouri State University and nominated by a TKE alumnus. No specific major is required.
The TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship was established in 2007 by Peter J. Greve, who attended Northwest Missouri State University from 1970-74 and served as Delta Nu Chapter president in 1973-74. A native of Elk Horn, IA, Pete died on March 21, 2009 after a six-month battle with cancer. He left behind his family, friends, and the TKE Alumni Scholarship program as part of his legacy.
TKE alumni will serve as evaluators and will review student transcripts, supporting information, and recommendation letters in their deliberations. As monies allow, several scholarships can be awarded. Applications are due February 1 each year for consideration.
Now into its sixth year the PJG Scholarship continues to fulfill Pete Greve's vision to help deserving high school seniors experience college life at Northwest Missouri State University. Applicants were so outstanding that for the second consecutive year this Scholarship is being awarded to two future Bearcats!
Tyler Crews Turner from Spencer, Tennessee, resides with his parents, Amy Jo (a Northwest Grad) and Greg Russell; he plans on a Business major, possibly Sales/Marketing. He is a three sport varsity athlete (Basketball, Baseball, Tennis); was moved to Varsity Basketball as only an 8th grader and as a senior is captain of the team, averaging over 20 points per game. Tyler is active in his church, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, was elected to the 4H Congress; is so highly regarded that he was voted by the faculty as this year’s Mr. Van Buren High School and Mr. Senior by the senior class. Tyler is a role model for area youth; one of his 3 part-time jobs includes officiating in the community youth sports program. He assists both the young and elderly through his church plus volunteers with the local fire department; all this while maintaining better than a 4.0 GPA. Tyler’s principal writes: “He is an exceptional student and our school is a lot better place because of him.” Tyler was nominated by his grandfather, Frater Darwin Rold (549).
Allison Mae Reed, granddaughter of nominator, Frater E.L. Reed (96), resides with her parents, Juana and Robert Reed in Agency, Missouri. Activities include Student Government, Science Fair (1st place District Science Fair and 2nd place State Science Fair), Cheerleading, Softball, National Honor Society, Student Council, Foreign Language Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and many others; and, all this while waitressing over 25 hours a week plus tutoring and volunteering at both a nursing home and wildlife refuge. Honors include Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, Academic All-State Softball, and President’s Education Award. Her high school principal writes: “Allison is one of those special students that educators can recognize early in their educational career. She is very mature, focused, and goal oriented. She displays leadership qualities in her actions and has high morals and values that have come from a great foundation built at home.” Allison plans on becoming a Research Scientist in the Medical field.
This Scholarship succeeds due to the generosity of fraters like Pete Greve so please think of the Peter J. Greve Memorial TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship when making donations or planning your year-end giving.
For additional information on the Peter J. Greve Memorial TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship, please contact Bruce Barlow.
Y.I.T.B., Bruce Barlow, 533, Alumni Scholarship Chairman email@example.com.
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