ROTC grads establish scholarship for upcoming wedding
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<i>Timathy Kloth and Brittany Rexing</i>
Timathy Kloth and Brittany Rexing
When Brittany Rexing and Timathy Kloth began making plans for their May 26 wedding, they decided to use their special day to establish a scholarship that would benefit other WKU ROTC cadets.

The two seniors in the Hilltopper Battalion graduated May 12 and have benefited from scholarships during their four years at Western Kentucky University.

“It’s always been nice to have those scholarships,” Rexing said. “Money can be an issue for some cadets in the program. So as we tossed around wedding ideas, instead of having favors on our tables, we decided to start a scholarship.”

Rexing and Kloth used the money they would have spent on wedding reception gifts for their guests to set up the $500 scholarship that will be presented each spring to an ROTC cadet.

Their ideal recipient would be a cadet who possesses the personal qualities of character, integrity, dependability, industriousness and human compassion. The first scholarship was presented to Micah Farmer, a sophmore from Upton majoring in history.

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