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Wackman, Charlene M. and William H. Brabyn Scholarship

Posted by nitcy | January 27, 2015

In 1976 WSU received funds through the estate of Mrs. Charline M. Wackman to set up a scholarship endowment.  Charline M. Wackman was a former Pullman resident who died in Oregon, Dade County, Wisconsin, in 1972.  Mr. Brabyn was Mrs. Wackman’s father and long-time farmer in the Pullman area.  He homesteaded near what is known as “Kitzmiller Corner” a few miles north of Pullman.  Funds were also left to the University of Wisconsin.

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Funds are to be used to provide scholarships for residents of the state of Washington taking agriculture at WSU.


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