Wounded Warrior Scholarships (WWS) 2019 - 2020

Brandon Decker
Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipient

Brandon Decker is the son of Christina Decker, who served in the US Navy for 21 years.

Keener Family WWS Recipient
JR Cadwallader
Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipient

JR Cadwallader is the recipient of the KAMO Scholarship. Cadwallader served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 8 years, including one tour in Iraq and one in Afghanistan.

Kiara Flanagan
Paul & Donna Peters WWS Recipient

Kiara is from Wichita, Kansas. She studied accounting at Wichita State University, and is now working towards her law degree at KU Law.

Lynette Kithniji
Heart of America Patriot Foundation WWS Recipient

Lynette is originally from Meru, Kenya, but reside's in Kansas City. She is pursuing her Master's of Engineering in Project Management.

Delbert Moore Family WWS Recipient

Mark, preferably Fitz, is from Kansas City.

Matthew Harbison
Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipient

Matt is originally from St. Louis. He joined the Army at 17 and served 6 years, most of it with the 173rd Airborne in Italy.

Wounded Warrior Scholarship Recipient

Mike is currently pursuing a degree in Marketing from KU, and is planning to attend KU Law School after completing his degree.

 


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