SFB Awards Scholarships to Area High School Graduates
Article By: Becky Seelen, Director of Marketing & Corporate Communications for SFB
Paul Rudersdorf, president and CEO of Security Financial Bank (SFB), is pleased to announce that nine area recent high school graduates each have been awarded a $500 scholarship to be used to further their education.
- Caden Berger, a graduate of Durand High School, will major in business administration at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
- Cayla Bingham, a graduate of Bloomer High School, will major in green house management and production at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
- Sophie Hauser, a graduate of Flambeau High School, will major in natural resources/environmental science at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
- Austin Kroening, a graduate of Ladysmith High School, will enroll in the diesel mechanic program at the Chippewa Valley Technical College.
- Michael Krueger, a graduate of River Falls High School, will dual major in physics and engineering at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
- Emily Kuehl, a graduate of Bloomer High School, will major in business administration at the Dakota County Technical College.
- Morgan Moline, a graduate of Pepin High School, will major in physical education and health at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
- Evan Moss, a graduate of Altoona High School, will major in business administration at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
- Faith Robb, who was home schooled, will major in biochemistry with an art minor at Bethel University.
Each year, SFB awards up to two $500 scholarships in each of its markets to graduating high school seniors. Recipients are chosen based on involvement in school, youth organizations and community events with particular preference given to students pursuing a career in finance, accounting or business administration.