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Arnold and Lucy Hageman Family Scholarship Fund
Winneshiek County Community Foundation
Scholarship, External Application

Arnold and Lucy Hageman

Arnold and Lucy Hageman raised 11 children, all of whom graduated from South Winneshiek High School. Five of their 11 children currently reside in northeast Iowa. Their 10th child, Andy, graduated from South Winneshiek High School in the class of 1991. He attended Hawkeye Community College and completed his certificate in CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining. Andy later attended the University of Northern Iowa, but due to illness, was not able to complete his degree. Andy died in 2016 of colon cancer.

When Andy was going through his cancer treatments, his wife, Christina, and his siblings hosted a benefit to raise funds to help pay his medical expenses. The response from the community was extremely generous and overwhelming.

Andy’s dying wish was to establish a scholarship in his parents’ name to honor them and the family he so deeply loved. The memorials from his funeral were used to begin this scholarship. Through this scholarship, Andy sought to give back to the community where he was raised that had given so generously to him in a time of need.

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Scholarship Criteria

Scholarships for graduating seniors of South Winneshiek Community School District who demonstrate financial need. Preference goes to students pursuing secondary education in the skilled trades defined as occupations that require a special skill, knowledge, or ability which can be obtained at a college, technical school, or through specialized training.

Give to the Fund

Financial gifts to the Arnold and Lucy Hageman Family Scholarship Fund with the Winneshiek County Community Foundation allows South Winn Dollars for Scholars to award financial assistance to students pursuing higher education. As the cost of tuition continues to rise, it is more important now than ever to diminish the barrier of affordability and allow students to focus on what is most important - their education.

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