WFBA gives three scholarships at annual luncheon



From left, Linda Russell of the WFBA, Jim Miller of Re/Max Select, Morgan Losey, Kristy Kranz of 1-800 Water Damage of Mid-Michigan, Jessica LaNave, director of the WFBA and Tracey Tucker, economic enhancement director of Flint Township. Photos by Gary Gould

From left, Linda Russell of the WFBA, Jim Miller of Re/Max Select, Morgan Losey, Kristy Kranz of 1-800 Water Damage of Mid-Michigan, Jessica LaNave, director of the WFBA and Tracey Tucker, economic enhancement director of Flint Township. Photos by Gary Gould

FLINT TWP. — The West Flint Business Association honored three students by awarding them $1,500 scholarships, May 16.

Every year the WFBA gives away three $1,500 scholarships, two to area high school seniors and one to an adult learner.

This year the high school winners were Morgan Losey of Linden High School and Sean Timkovich-Camp of Bentley High School. The adult learner recipient was Anthony Peel of Swartz Creek.

Morgan Losey is the daughter of Steven and Laura Losey. She is graduating from Linden High School with honors and is excited to pursue a Nursing degree at Saginaw Valley State University. Throughout high school, she has taken part in athletics. She was a part of varsity volleyball, soccer, track and field and cross-country teams.

In high school she has been actively involved in leadership. Morgan has been a dedicated member of the National Honors Society and Student Council; she was nominated to attend Girl’s State and the Michigan Youth Leadership Conference where she had returned as a conference group leader for two years. She is a member of National Honor Society, Link Crew and National Art Society. She is also a Flint Metro Scholar.

From left, Russell, Miller, Sean Timkovich-Camp, Kranz, LaNave and Tucker.

From left, Russell, Miller, Sean Timkovich-Camp, Kranz, LaNave and Tucker.

Anthony Peel is from Swartz Creek. He is attending the University of Michigan- Flint where his major is Social Studies and Secondary education. He works as a substitute teacher, he’s Swartz Creek High School’s Head Cross Country Coach and is assistant track coach.

Sean Timkovich-Camp is an honor student from Bentley High School. He has participated in numerous extracurricular activities like Marching/Concert Band, NHS, Bentley Skeet Team and Bentley Robotics. He helped create the high school robotics team and a middle school team.

“I was able to make a positive difference in my community with National Honor Society with hours of community service,” he said. “I am proud of making a difference.”

The West Flint Business Association (WFBA) brings together business, professional, industrial, governmental and other civic leaders for the purpose of educating and informing them of the activities and interests of the West Flint area. In addition, WFBA promotes a constant exchange of ideas, experiences and networking between members.

From left, Russell, Miller, Anthony Peel, Kranz, LaNave and Tucker.

From left, Russell, Miller, Anthony Peel, Kranz, LaNave and Tucker.

The three scholarship’s the organization gives out each year are the WFBA High School Community Service Scholarship sponsored by the Swartz Creek Chamber of Commerce, the WFBA Adult Learner Scholarship sponsored by Jim Miller Re/Max Select and the WFBA Vocational Education Scholarship sponsored by Curbco.

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