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senior biology major at The University of Texas at San Antonio with the hope of becoming a dentist. The daughter of Thomas Herbert, regional manager at Housley Communications, she is the first in her family to attend college.

Logan Belville of Lorena, Texas, is a gradu- ate of Lorena High School and attends McLeannan Community College as a freshman. After a childhood experi-

ence of nearly becoming blind due to a tumor, Logan hopes to receive an RN degree and master’s in nursing with a spe- cialization in anesthesiology so that he can help others. He is the son of a Central Freight Lines Mechanic Greg Belville.

Mary-Cate Brooks of League City, Texas, is a graduate of Clear Springs High School and is purs- ing a degree in biomedi- cal science at Texas A&M University. Mary-Cate

hopes to one day become a doctor of physi- cal therapy and work at the highly regarded Texas Children’s Hospital. She is the daughter of John Brooks, a self-employed truck driver for Cheetah Transportation.

Jeffrey Byers of Tyler, Texas, is a junior balanc- ing a full-time job at Brookshire Grocery Company and classes at The University of Texas at Tyler. Jeffrey began

college at the age of 26 to achieve a degree in human resources development.

Jose Camacho of Fort Worth, Texas, balances school with a full-time job at Cummins Southern Plains. He is a two-time recipient of the TXTA Foundation schol-

arship and is a senior studying operations and supply chain management at the University of North Texas. Despite a demanding work and school schedule, he still finds time to volunteer as a mentor at The Boys and Girls Club.

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Shelby Cooper of Lubbock, Texas, is a graduate of New Deal High School and attends Baylor University where she will study biochemis- try. Shelby hopes to one

day become an obstetrician while still pur- suing her love of missions. She is the daughter of Jeffery Cooper, a terminal manager at Groendyke Transport Inc.

Brian Costello of Hondo, Texas, is a gradu- ate of Hondo High School and is studying allied health at Texas A&M University. His passion for helping oth-

ers has lead him to pursuing a doctorate degree in the medical field in order to give back to his community. He is the son of Gilbert Costello Jr., a driver for Refrigerated Transport Inc.

Jesus Delgado of McKinney, Texas, main- tains a 4.0 as a junior at The University of Texas at Dallas where he is a double major in finance and accounting. In addi-

tion, Jesus works as a billing associate at CKJ Trucking LP. He was inspired by his sister to return to college and receive the college education he always dreamed of.

Jameson Dowell of Henrietta, Texas, is head- ed to Texas Tech University to pursue a degree in the medical field after graduating as valedictorian from

Henrietta High School. He is the son of Service Manager Hunter Dowell at Bruckner Truck Sales.

Hailey Drerup of Midlothian, Texas, began her freshman year at Texas A&M University this fall after graduating from Midlothian High School. She is pursuing a

degree in biomedical science and hopes to one day own her own veterinary practice

and aquatic equestrian center. She is the daughter of Wade Drerup, a service manag- er at W&M Services.

Kevin Gibson of Hughes Springs, Texas, is a grad- uate of Hughes Springs High School and will be attending Oklahoma State University this fall as a mechanical engi-

neering major. He is the son of Joshua Gibson, a senior logistics manager at E.L. Farmer.

Shayna Gipson of San Angelo, Texas, is a grad- uate of Christoval High School. She attends Texas Tech University pursuing a degree in mathematics. Shayna hopes to combine

her love of math and dream of being in the United States Marines after graduating from college. She is the daughter of Housley Communications crew leader Kevin Gipson.

McKenzie Hohenberger of Sulphur Springs, Texas, attends classes at The University of Texas at Austin pursing a major in English/creative writ-

ing. She is the daughter of LaWana Hohenberger, CFO for Bulkley Trucking.

Lauren Howes of Adkins, Texas, is in her senior year at Texas A&M University this fall. Lauren is a two-time recipient of a TXTA Foundation Scholarship.

She is studying agriculture communica- tions and journalism. Currently a photog- raphy/videography intern for Maroon Weekly Magazine, Lauren hopes to one day own a photography business. She is the daughter of YRC Freight employees Brian Howes, driver/safety trainer, and Cindy Howes, clerical.

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