Credit union awards scholarships

The Dubois-Pike Federal Credit Union announces the scholarship award recipients for the Class of 2019. A $600 scholarship is given to one active member of the credit union from each high school senior class in Dubois and Pike counties. This year’s recipients are Phillip Noblitt from Jasper High School, Tucker Schank from Southridge High School, Delaney Rasche from Northeast Dubois High School, and Jed Evans from Pike Central High School.


Noblitt is the son of Andy and Joan Noblitt.  He is planning to major in mechanical engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He was a four-year member of the Jasper baseball, basketball and football teams. He also was a member of the Key Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the National Honor Society. He was a Commended National Merit Scholar and outstanding departmental achiever for technology. He was a varsity football captain, junior varsity basketball and baseball captain, and freshman football captain. He attends St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and is also a member of St. John Bosco Youth Ministry and Community Child Hunger Ending Workshop.     



Schank is the son of David and Alisa Schank. He plans to attend Indiana University and major in sports marketing or physical therapy. Schank was a four-year member of the football, wrestling and baseball teams. He was a member of the FCA, German Club, and Business Professionals of America. He was Academic All-State in football, wrestling and baseball. Tucker participated in peer mentoring and tutoring and was a youth football and wrestling coach.





Rasche is the daughter of Duane and Julie Rasche. She plans to attend the University of Evansville and major in secondary French education. She was a member of the tennis and soccer teams. She was a member of the French Club, Natural Helpers, FCA, Friends of Rachel,and Beta Club. She was president of the FCA and French Club, and was a member of St. Isidore Parish was a Catholic Heart Work Camp attendee. Rasche also volunteered at the Northwood Retirement Community.





Evans is the son of Eric and Tracy Evans. He plan to attend Vincennes University and major in programming and game development. Evans was a member of the tennis and golf teams. He lettered both in tennis and golf. He also played basketball through his freshman year. Evans was in choir and swing choir and volunteered to sing in local churches on the weekend. He was certified in scuba diving and is an avid camper and kayaker.   





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