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$7,500 in Scholarships Awarded to Area Students

Gulf Winds Federal Credit Union is proud to announce the recipients of the 2013 Gulf Winds Scholarship Program. The Gulf Winds scholarships honor pioneer members for their dedicated service to the credit union and its members. In memory of these distinguished members, the scholarships are established in their names.

The award is a $2,500 scholarship to assist three deserving credit union members who are high school graduates and are beginning their first-year of undergraduate education. These scholarships will provide a one-time award for use at any accredited college, university or trade school.

We are proud to award three $2,500 scholarships to the following students, who are also members of Gulf Winds:

Nora Breann Rolin is a senior at the Escambia Academy in Atmore, Ala. She has been accepted for admission to Faulkner State Community College where she will complete her Associates Degree in Science and then transfer to a different school to pursue a career in Anesthesiology. At the Escambia Academy she is a member of the National Beta Club and is involved in student government.

Shane Howell is a senior at Milton High School and is also dual enrolled at Pensacola State College. He has been accepted for admission to the University of Florida to pursue a degree in Theatre. He is a member of the International Thespian Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and student government. Shane also volunteers with the teen community service organization, Chain Reaction.

Luke Fillingim is a senior at Tate High School and has been accepted to the University of West Florida to pursue a degree in Architecture. He is a member of the Tate High School football team and was a member of the Tate Robotics Team. His community involvement includes volunteer work at Gonzalez Methodist Church and camp SKAMP, a camp for disabled children.

“It is a great pleasure to honor these three students and their outstanding academic achievements,” said Chris Rutledge, Gulf Winds President & CEO. “Gulf Winds supports the communities we serve in many ways and we take great pride in reaching the next generation of leaders through our scholarship program.”