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2024 Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to the Chris Brown and Don Banker 2024 Scholarship Recipients. They will be honored this Sunday May 12.


Campbell Troke, a graduating senior at James Bowie High School, plans to attend Texas Tech University in the Rawls College of Business this fall. Campbell comes from a family of proud Red Raiders, which is the alma mater of his mother. He is excited to learn more skills at Texas Tech to build a successful business. Campbell is grateful to MUMC, especially the Youth Program leaders Chansin Esparza and the Oates Family for all he has learned on mission trips, Christmas tree lot sales, winter retreats, and numerous other youth activities.


Caitlin Brock, a University of Texas at Austin student, is majoring in Psychology and plans to declare a minor in Critical Disabilities Studies. She has a servant heart, a passion for helping others, and aspires to become an applied behavioral therapist and work with children with autism. Caitlin shares that in whatever she does, she wants everyone to feel the same unconditional acceptance that MUMC has offered her as she has grown up as a lifelong member of MUMC. At UT she is in the leadership at Texas Wesley and participates in many activities.


Elizabeth Brock, a college student at Texas State University, majors in psychology with a career plan to become a certified family therapist. She is a passionate student leader who strives to make a difference in the lives of others. Currently, Elizabeth participates in the Texas State United Campus Ministry, is here on the MUMC media team where she assists with worship technology and sound, and is the young adult representative on the MUMC Church Council. In addition, she finds time in her busy schedule to instruct at Bear Creek Stables.


Zachary Cagle attends Texas A&M University as an Engineering major and plans to become a biomedical engineer. He desires to help people have an easier life by creating prosthetic devices that will assist them every day. Zachary also plans to design prosthetics for animals to help them survive. At Texas A&M, he is active with Breakaway Ministers, volunteers with a variety of organizations including Sports for Kids, Brazos Valley Food Bank, Century Scholar Organization, and Olympics Science.


Ferris Jones plans to pursue a career with the USDA as an Inspector after he completes his studies at Texas A&M University. His desire to protect people and our food supply has led to his major in Animal Science Production/Industry Option. Ferris wants to ensure that our agricultural industry produces safe and quality food. He is an active participant in the Texas A&M Wesley Foundation, as well as the Meat Science Technology Association. This spring, Ferris is honored to be a United States Beef Academy Selectee.


Blythe Troke will continue this fall at Texas Tech University in the Honors Program with a major in Architecture and minors in French and Landscape Architecture. One of Blythe’s core beliefs is that accessibility for disabled individuals improves accessibility for everyone. Her career interest is to use architecture and design to increase opportunity for all. At Texas Tech, Blythe is active in her Lubbock church, as well as Knights of Architecture, vice-president of MCWH Complex Council, and member of the Undergraduate Research Organization.

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