Students receive ag-based scholarships from Smith & Eddy Insurance.

May 27, 2021

From left: Dean Raven, agent-Smith & Eddy, Jessica Pell, farm underwriter-Fremont Insurance, Patty Smith, owner/principle-Smith & Eddy, Lydia Howe, Scott Smith, president -Smith & Eddy, Joe Knowles, vice president/ag director-Smith & Eddy.

Students receive ag-based scholarships from Smith & Eddy Insurance.

SCOTTVILLE — Smith & Eddy Insurance and Fremont Insurance recently awarded two local high seniors each $1,000 for agriculture-based continuing education. The scholarships went to Lydia Howe and Tess Bradley. 

Lydia is a senior at Mason County Eastern (graduated tonight) and is the daughter of John Paul and Sheri Howe of Custer. Tess is a senior of Ludington High School and is the daughter of Don and Lisa Bradley of Ludington. 

“On behalf of the staff of Smith & Eddy, we are proud to have collaborated with Fremont Insurance to provide two local high school senior students who are studying for a future career in agriculture with a $1000 scholarship to help with future education costs,” said Scott Smith, president of Smith & Eddy Insurance. 

From left: Dean Raven, agent-Smith & Eddy, Jessica Pell, farm underwriter-Fremont Insurance, Patty Smith, owner/principle-Smith & Eddy, Tess Bradley, Scott Smith, president -Smith & Eddy, Joe Knowles, vice president/ag director-Smith & Eddy.

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