Livonia, MI (Mar. 12, 2003) – Co-op Services Credit Union recently
announced the winners of five college scholarships awarded annually to graduating
high school seniors (’03) who are also credit union members.
Co-op Services Credit Union, headquartered in Livonia, has donated a total
of $63,000 since its scholarship program began in 1995.
Scholarships are awarded in levels from $500 for one year and up to $4,000
for four years. Students who receive renewable scholarships are required to
maintain academic standards.
Scholarship winners and their families were recognized at Co-op Services Credit
Union’s annual meeting on March 6, 2003. Robert Huston, the credit union’s
CEO said, "Each of these scholarships is named in honor of an outstanding
credit union volunteer, and it is appropriate that they be awarded to outstanding
area students who are also credit union members."
Receiving the $4,000 renewable Al Williams Scholarship is Julie Barkman of
Livonia (Stevenson High School). Winners of the $1,000 Mark Stroebel and Margaret
Kremer-Hehman Scholarships are Nicole McCaskey of Dearborn (Edsel Ford High
School) and Mohammad Islam of Allen Park (Allen Park High School). Megan Wolocko
of Dearborn (Divine Child High School) and Yaniv Zimet of Ann Arbor (Pioneer
High School) will receive the $500 William Allen and James Cullimore Scholarships.
Co-op Services Credit Union has more than 50,000 members and assets exceeding
$249 million. The credit union
maintains branch offices in Dearborn, Livonia, Walled Lake, Westland and Wyandotte.
Members also have access to any of 23 Family Service Center shared branches
located throughout Michigan. For more information about Co-op Services Credit
Union, visit the web site at www.cscu.org or
call 800-321-8570, toll free.
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