Rep. Huelskamp announces military academy nominations PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 10:21

 

• U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp

 

WASHINGTON – Each year, Members of Congress have the opportunity to nominate outstanding young men and women to attend the nation’s military service academies. Following in-person interviews with candidates and rigorous evaluation by a board of Kansans, 1st District Congressman Tim Huelskamp announced that he would recommend the following individuals:

Shawn Lay, of Liberal, son of Calvin and Toni Lay. He attends Liberal High School.

U.S. Naval Academy Nomination.

Jett Little, of Meade, son of Mitch and Debbie Little. He attends Meade High School.

U.S. Naval Academy Nomination.

Caulan Brooks, of Larned, son of Ronald and Nikki Chlumsky. He attends Larned High School.

U.S. Naval Academy Nomination.

Bryce Divis, of Great Bend, son of Stephen and Dixie Divis. He attends Kansas State University.

U.S. Military Academy Nomination.

Cory Donley, of Salina, son of Clay and Jana Donley. He attends the U.S. Naval Academy Prep School in Newport, RI.

U.S. Naval Academy Nomination.

Courtney Hahn, of Wakefield, daughter of Roy and Miriam Hahn. She attends Chapman High School.

U.S. Naval Academy Nomination.

Matthew McKee, of Salina, son of Weston and Sherry McKee. He attends Sacred Heart Jr-Sr High School in Salina.

U.S. Military Academy & U.S. Naval Academy Nominations.

Robert Nance, of Hartford, son of Robert and Lamanda Nance. He attends Marais des Cygnes Valley High School in Melvern.                                                                                                                                U.S. Air Force Academy Nomination.

Michael Pieschl, of Brookville, son of Anthony and Patricia Pieschl. He attends Ell-Saline High School in Brookville.

U.S. Air Force Academy & U.S. Naval Academy Nominations.

Jenna Schuckman, of Hays, daughter of Darin and Amy Schuckman. She attends Northwestern Preparatory School in Santa Barbara, CA.

U.S. Air Force Academy Nomination.

“The Board and I had the distinct honor in meeting these exceptional young men and women. I want to thank the Board for its service and time in interviewing and making recommendations. Finally, I want to thank these young people for their commitment to selfless service to and for our country,” said Rep. Huelskamp.

 
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