QUINCY -- Four students recently received scholarships through the C. Dorothy Bader Trust. Mercantile Bank awarded the scholarships as trustee of the fund.
Students from Quincy High School and Quincy Notre Dame were selected by a scholarship committee at each school and approved by the president of Mercantile Bank and the superintendent of Quincy Public Schools. Each scholarship recipient will receive approximately $315 to be used for first-year college tuition.
The winners are Angela Farlow, Hieu Hoang, Charleigh Koch and Alexis Munoz.
Farlow, daughter of Jeremy and Tara Farlow, will be attending Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio, and majoring in visual communications with a concentration in graphic design. Her career goal is to work in the graphic design field.
Hoang, guardian Trang Gosney, will be attending John Wood Community College to major in nursing. His career goal is to become a nurse anesthetist and ultimately a surgeon.
Koch, daughter of Brian and Kelly Koch, will be attending Maryville University in St. Louis to study physical therapy. Her career goal is to become a pediatric physical therapist.
Munoz, daughter of Brandy Hernandez and Franklin Rodriguez-Hernandez, will be attending Quincy University and majoring in pre-law. Her career goal is to become a lawyer.
Bader was a Quincy resident who died Sept. 21, 1956. She was a graduate of Quincy High School and Gem City Business College. She served as a faculty member of Gem City Business College for 37 years.