Seven students were awarded scholarships on May 19 from Jody Fledderman, Batesville Tool & Die’s president/chief executive officer.
Each winner was presented with a certificate and scholarship ranging from $1,000-$2,000. The winners were selected by the Batesville Tool & Die Scholarship Committee based on academic and community achievements.
Six students, Austin Wagner, Cora Weisenbach, Dylan Enzinger, Jeremy DeFossett, Kayla Speckman and Leo Giesey, were awarded with $1,000 scholarships.
Wagner graduated from Jac-Cen-Del High School and is the son of Dennis and Flora Wagner. He is planning to attend the University of Indianapolis. Weisenbach, an Oldenburg Academy graduate and daughter of Kimberly Lang and Scott Weisenbach, plans to attend the University of Cincinnati. Enzinger, a Batesville High School graduate and son of Gerard and Carla Enzinger, is planning to attend Vincennes University.
DeFossett, a Franklin County High School graduate and son of Greg and Melissa DeFossett will attend Indiana University. Speckman graduated from BHS and is the daughter of Donald and Angela Speckman. She plans to attend Ross Institute of Medical and Dental Technology. Giesey, a BHS graduate and son of Joseph and Florence Giesey, will attend Indiana University.
Logan Schwering was awarded a $2,000 scholarship. The BHS graduate is the son of Douglas and Brenda Schwering. He plans to study business management at Butler University.
Since 2001, Batesville Tool & Die Inc. has presented $119,000 in scholarships to 86 local students.