10 area students tapped to receive Hohe IPFW scholarships

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces Jake Fowler, Jessica Fowler, Dylan Hasty, Bailey Hughes, Morgan McNally, Luke Pulver, Lexin Rupley, Fletcher Sabinske, Mary Winans and Joshua Zahm as recipients of the 2019 Dr. John & Marjorie Hohe IPFW Scholarships totaling $11,275.

Jacob Fowler is a rising sophomore at Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in civil engineering. He is the son of Pam and Marc Fowler, of Huntington.

Jessica Fowler, a rising senior at Purdue University Fort Wayne, is majoring in accounting and management. She is the daughter of Pam and Marc Fowler, of Huntington. Her volunteer activities include the Huntington County Clerk Office.

Hasty, a graduating senior from Huntington North High School, will attend Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in Computer Science. He is the son of Tricia and Joshua Hasty, of Huntington. A 10-year participant in 4-H, Hasty also has a keen interest in archery and volunteers at Open Door.

Hughes is a rising sophomore at Indiana University Fort Wayne majoring in dental hygiene. She is the daughter of Laura and Matthew Hughes, of Huntington. At college, Hughes is involved in campus ministry, intervarsity and youth group. She volunteers at P.A.L. and St. Mary Church.

McNally, a rising junior at Indiana University Fort Wayne, is majoring in medical imaging. She is the daughter of Jennifer and Steve McNally, of Huntington. Her extracurricular activities included making the IUFW dean’s list and working at the Party Shop.

Pulver, a rising junior at Purdue University Fort Wayne, is majoring in mechanical engineering technology. He is the son of Sharon and Jud Pulver, of Roanoke. A dean’s list student, Pulver also plays intramural basketball and volunteers at his Markle church.

Rupley, a graduating senior from Huntington North, will attend Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in music. He is the son of Dawn and Matthew Rupley, of Roanoke. At HNHS, Rupley was involved in marching band, Varsity Brass backing up show choir, jazz band and was a Junior Rotarian. He volunteers at his local church.

Sabinske, a graduating senior from Southern Wells, will attend Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in math education. He is the son of Lisa Powell-Sabinske and Phillip Sabinske, of Warren. An Eagle Scout and member of the National Honor Society, his other extracurricular activities included Venture Crew 2149, Southern Wells Track, Huntington United Soccer and drama club, choir, and Table Top Club at Southern Wells.

Winans, a rising junior at Purdue University Fort Wayne, is majoring in marketing. She is the daughter of Tamera and Timothy Winans, of Roanoke. Her extracurricular activities include being a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success and volunteering at the Freimann Square Ministries and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana.

Zahm, a rising junior at Indiana University Fort Wayne, is majoring in nursing with the goal of working in the emergency room or operating room. He is the son of Rachel and Joseph Zahm, of Huntington. His extracurricular activities include membership in the Knights of Columbus, Izaak Walton League, and VFW, and being a first responder at Fort Wayne Metals. He volunteers in parades and fundraising events with the VFW and the Knights of Columbus, respectively.

Hohe, a retired dentist, and his wife, Marjorie, established the Dr. John Hohe & Marjorie Hohe IPFW Scholarship in 1999 to provide financial assistance to students attending IPFW.

For more information regarding this scholarship or other scholarships awarded by HCCF, visit www.huntingtonccf.org.