Congratulations to the 2017 Gayle Lyman Memorial Scholarship Recipients!

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Scholarship Recipients William Behre (L) and Kathy Junglen (C) pose with Board President Garrett Varra (R) at the July Board Meeting.

The CSSGA Board of Directors was honored to present William Behre and Kathy Junglen with the 2017 Gayle Lyman Memorial Scholarship during the July 19 Board Meeting. Former CSSGA Board President, Gayle Lyman, was dedicated to supporting students pursuing degrees in or applicable to the aggregate, construction management, or mining industries. Gayle’s passion for education and the construction mining industry lives on through his legacy scholarship. 
 
William Behre is an incoming senior at the Colorado School of Mine pursuing a degree in Mining Engineering. He hopes to use his degree to make a difference in the industry by bringing together the technical knowledge of mining and interpersonal skills to lead a mine or mine plant by advocating for safety and environmental stewardship. William spent his summer in Texas as an intern for Lehigh Hanson.

Kathy Junglen is an employee of CSSGA Associate Member, Tetra Tech, and is pursuing a Master’s of Civil Engineering with an Emphasis in Engineering for Developing Communities. She plans to use her degree to further her education and knowledge in the areas of civil engineering and project/construction management. She is looking forward to expanding her education in order to be able to design and manage civil engineering projects in a productive and efficient way. This is the second year that Kathy has received the memorial scholarship.

 
Congratulations to both William and Kathy and best wishes for their future success in the aggregate mining and construction industries!

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  1. […] CSSGA continues to support higher education with the Annual Gayle Lyman Memorial Scholarship.  Gayle was a huge proponent of helping youth and would be pleased with this year’s recipients.   They include William Behre from the Colorado School of Mines and Kathy Junglen from CU Boulder.  Best wishes to them and their careers!  Read more about each recipient. […]