Annually, Kondex proudly awards five $400 scholarships to graduating Seniors of Lomira High School (LHS). The recipients are chosen based on their academics, future field of study, career goals, as well as participation in extracurricular clubs such as 4-H, Future Farmers of America (FFA), Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and National Honor Society.

The 2024 recipients include Danni Grantman, Colton Grinstead, Piersten Litterick, Grant Luedtke, and Connor Steers. Danni, the daughter of Kondex’s very own Chad Grantman, is planning to attend UW-Green Bay to pursue Environmental Policy & Planning. While in high school, she was a member of the National Honor Society. Colton and Piersten were raised on operating farms, members of FFA, and plan to study Agribusiness & Technology at Lakeshore Tech and Agriculture at UW-Platteville, respectively. Grant and Connor were also raised on operating farms, active in National Honor Society, FFA, and FBLA. They intend to pursue Mechanical Engineering at UW-Oshkosh and Agribusiness at UW-River Falls, respectively.

Kondex representatives standing shoulder to shoulder with student scholarship winners

Kondex President Keith Johnson (left) and Organizational Development Leader Kelly Peterson (right) congratulate the 2024 Lomira High School scholarship recipients (L to R) Danni Grantman, Connor Steers, Grant Luedtke, Piersten Litterick, and Colton Grinstead (not pictured)

Kondex Organizational Development Leader Kelly Peterson had this to say about the recipients, “I continue to be impressed by the students from Lomira High School. This year’s group of scholarship recipients are ambitious! Each of them manages a heavy load, between school, jobs, clubs, athletics, and service to their community. I look forward to seeing what each of them will do in the future!”

Congratulations and best of luck to the entire Senior class!