Anna Jane Davis
Anna Jane graduated from the Temple College Nursing program and worked in the Critical Care unit at Baylor Scott & White. She as loved by her patients, and their families who recognized her deep sense of compassion and skilled competency. Though her family didn’t...
The Ann Chamlee Endowed Music Scholarship was established in memory of Ann Chamlee, retired in 2008 after many years of service in the Temple College Music Department.
Annie Ozella Jones
Annie Ozella Jones spent her life dedicated to the education of children. She taught thousands of children during her 25 years in education at the New Boston Independent School District in New Boston, Texas. The recipients of the scholarship are encouraged to take...
Beatrice Kinnard and the Local Chapters of the VFW
Beatrice Kinnard has worked tirelessly to raise funds for graduates and their spouses of the LVN and ADN programs who served in active duty military service.
Belton Education Enrichment Foundation
The Belton Education Enrichment Foundation provides awards for students graduating from Belton High Schools.
The Bill Vannatta Endowment Scholarship was set-up by Mr. Vanatta a Temple College math professor to be awarded to a “strong math student” referencing courses taken and grades achieved.
Captain Franke Gracia
Franke Garcia was a beloved math teacher and Captain in the US Armed Forces serving tours in Afghanistan. One of his students walked in to the first day of College Algebra and saw her commanding officer leading the class. She knew she would be pushed hard, but kept...
Charles Wilson established this endowment to honor his mother who instilled a respect for education and a love of fine arts. Her son became a photographer, actor, and retired from work at a community college. His wife, also an artist shares his love of the artist’s...
Claudia and W.T. Barnhart
The Claudia and W.T. Barnhart Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award was established in 1988 by the Barnhart family in order to honor teaching excellence at Temple College. Each year the Faculty Council selects a teacher who receives this award and whose name is put...
The Constance McQueen Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Constance McQueen by her husband, Clyde McQueen. Connie loved teaching drama and history and traveled the world with her husband.
Danny and Margaret Scott
Danny Scott began his coaching career at Temple College as the mens’ basketball coach. His wife Margaret was as much a coach as her husband. Her station wagon was often the official team bus, transporting athletes across the state for competition. Danny ended his...
David and Terri Neman
The Celia and Nathan Neman Developmental Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established in memory of the parents of Sol Neman. The third generation of Neman’s now contribute to this fund.
Diane Barton and her husband both worked their way through college and hold advanced degrees. Upon her husband’s passing, Diane established an endowment to help students who, like her, are working their way through College. She spends a considerable amount of her...
It took Doris a bit of work to find a program that would not only honor her husband, a renowned dentist, but would also provide a distinct benefit for students in the dental field. At the Temple College Foundation, she has established a scholarship in the name of...
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carabasi
Both Dr. Robert and his wife Lajuana Carabassi were raised in homes that valued education. Their mothers ensured that they would have access to the most elite schools and could study whatever they wanted. They have established an award in honor Ralph A. and Rose E....
Dr. Byron G. McKibben
Lillian McKibben established an endowment to fund nursing scholarships in honor of her husband Dr. Byron G. McKibben. His daughter, Ginger Jones was a respected nurse and she and Lillian were especially close.
Dr. George R. Kress
Dr. Harry B. Macey, Jr.
The Dr. Harry B. Macey, Jr. Endowed Scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Harry B. Macey, Jr.’s many contributions to Temple College and Temple College Foundation. As a member of the College Board of Trustees, and one of the founders of the Temple College...
Dr. Lee Crossley
The Lee Crossley scholarship was established by his wife to help young people who are pursuing an education to understand their role as a leader in the community and the impact good people can have when they choose to do good things.
Dr. Ralph and Mrs. Sharon Marie Wilson
The Dr. Ralph Wilson, Jr. & Sharon Marie Wilson Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through a trust upon the passing of Dr. Ralph Wilson, Jr. Dr. Wilson was a highly successful local businessman who was renowned for his kindness and generosity in life. He had...
Dr. Talma Botts
The First Class Scholarship was created in 1986 by Business Division Director Talma Botts.
Dr. Weldon Cannon and Ms. Patty Benoit
The Weldon G. Cannon Teaching Scholarship has been established by Dr. Weldon G. Cannon, former Temple College history professor and Ms. Patricia Benoit. The Nadine Kinchen nursing scholarship honors Patty’s mother, and the Patricia Benoit Music Enrichment Program...
The Ed Morgan Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established by students and faculty with the help of the Morgan family after Dr. Morgan, a beloved science professor of 35 years, lost his battle with cancer.
Erroll, Barbara and Carol Wendland
Erroll Wendland and his wife Barbara Cook Wendland established the Cook Endowment which funds scholarships for students in the fine arts. Erroll also endowed a scholarship to honor his parents. Most importantly, Mr. Wendland began the initial Leopard Loan program...
When his wife Lana Villarreal Jonse died suddenly, Fernando turned his grief into goodness. Using the idyllic bar and grill that they’d established in Hare, TX, Fernando hosts an annual bbq cookoff with games, concerts and family fun that all benefit scholarships...
Four Winds Intertribal Society
The Four Winds Intertribal Society Scholarship is awarded to an applicant of American Indian descent. The Society seeks to share their culture through music, dance and storytelling.
Frank P. Dickson, Sr.
Frank P. Dickson, Sr. established an endowment in the name of his wife, Virginia because she had attended Temple College as a student. Frank was the son of Walter H. Dickson who played for the New York Giants and died during the flu epidemic when his son was only 2...
The Gatesville ISD is proud to Grow Their Own Teachers. In partnership with the Temple College Foundation, they provide two matching scholarships for students pursuing a teaching degree.
G.C. and Durinda Slough
G.C. and Durinda came to Temple in 1956 and established Shallow Ford Construction Company. They built a beautiful home on a cliff at the end of Slough Drive. In their estate, they left an endowment for the Temple College Foundation – a continuation of their desire...