Congrats to the 2019 John Aman Memorial Scholarship Recipients
June 25, 2019
Unison Credit Union is proud to announce the 2019 John Aman Memorial Scholarship recipients! Five local high school seniors each received a $2,000 scholarship to recognize their excellent service in the community and academics.
“Unison Credit Union’s John Aman Memorial Scholarship recognizes students for their outstanding volunteerism in their communities,” Unison Credit Union President and CEO Mark Hietpas said. “Each recipient has strongly supported his or her community over the years, and Unison is honored to now support them as they further their education.”
We are pleased to introduce our class of 2019 scholarship recipients!
Autumn Diny, Wrightstown High School
Autumn is a member of the girls’ track and field and basketball teams, earning the role of basketball captain her senior season. She is involved in Future Business Leaders of America and volunteers with Feeding America, Alleluia Lutheran Church, and many events supporting those with disabilities. Autumn plans to attend the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to study nursing.
William Hinz, Kimberly High School
A DECA state champion and vice president of Key Club, William’s involvement stretches across numerous organizations including Link Crew, National Honor Society, Student Council, and band. Within his community, he is a part of the Kiwanis Club of Darboy and volunteers at several of its events. He plans on attending the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to study human resource management.
Benjamin Maas, Fox Valley Lutheran High School
Benjamin has a passion for involvement, is a part of Boy Scouts of America and serves as the senior captain of the track and field team. In 2017, he proposed to fix the playground at St. Martin Lutheran School, which was successfully updated and is now used by the school and the community. He will attend the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse to study biology.
Reis Schweiner, Kaukauna High School
As a member of National Honor Society, the Medical Mentoring of the Fox Valley Program, and leader of Civic Engagement at Kaukauna High School, Reis is known for helping those around him. He’s a WIAA state golf qualifier and first team all-conference volleyball player, and he assists with coaching junior golf and middle school volleyball in his community. After graduation, Reis plans to study biomedical science at Marquette University.
Juliana Van Boxtel, Little Chute Career Pathways Academy
Juliana is active in both her community and school and volunteers with Homeless Connections, Camp Kesem, and Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology. She also serves on the executive board for Little Chute Key Club. She is captain of her volleyball and basketball teams and participates in “TOP” Soccer, helping those with disabilities. Juliana will attend Concordia University Wisconsin to study biomedical sciences.
Unison awards this scholarship annually in honor of John Aman, their first CEO, who was hired in 1970. Aman is remembered for his commitment to the credit union industry as well as serving the community.
For further information about the cost of college, local scholarships, and more, Unison has the blogs for you:
- Comparing College Costs for Students from Northeast Wisconsin
- College in Wisconsin 101: Where to Apply & How to Pay
- Local Scholarships and Grants for Northeast Wisconsin College Students