RICHARD J. KADERLY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Richard J. Kaderly Memorial Scholarship was established in 2011 to honor the memory of Rick Kaderly. He was a beloved Panther Football Coach for over 40 years, a New Franklin Councilman and long time member of both the Manchester Board of Education and Portage Lakes Career Center.

The Richard J. Kaderly Scholarship committee consist the Kaderly family, members of The Kaderly Foundation, and selected high school staff members. The award of a plaque and a $4,000 scholarship, distributed at $1,000 per year over 4 years, is presented to a member of the senior class at the Senior Awards Banquet. The purpose of the award money is to help defray school expenses for furthering his or her education and money is presented upon evidence of registration at the school of the recipients’ choice.

The recipient should display a genuine respect for others and an active citizenship within the community. The student should have also demonstrated leadership qualities and participated in school activities. Each selected student must have an above average G.P.A. and plan to pursue a degree in higher education by attending a college, university or trade school (a two or four year degree). In addition, they must have a complete application and include a word essay which includes the students’ future community and career aspirations.

Past Winners

2018: Dane Paris
2017: Michael Hercules
2016: Emily Lippincott
2015: Morgan Schaber
2014: Chandler Stahl
2013: Clayton Miller
2012: Brittney Bennet

RICK KADERLY COACHES AWARD

The Rick Kaderly Award was established by the Manchester Panther Paws in 2011 to honor the memory of Richard J. Kaderly. He was a beloved Panther Football Coach for over 40 years, a New Franklin Councilman and long time member of both the Manchester Board of Education and Portage Lakes Career Center.

The recipient is selected by the Manchester High School football coaches and awarded annually at the Panther Football Banquet. Each award winner has displayed a genuine respect for others, is active within the community, and demonstrated leadership qualities on and off the field. The Kaderly Foundation was so humbled that the Manchester Football program would bestow this posthumous honor on him, that they found it fitting to attach a $1,000 scholarship to the award each year.

Past Winners:

2017: JoJo France
2016
: Cody Krager
2015: Paul Dies
2014: Logan Harvey
2013: Austin Klein
2012: Clayton Miller
2011: Jake Miltner

RICHARD J. KADERLY CITIZENSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

The Richard J. Kaderly Citizenship Scholarship was established in 2015 to honor the commitment and belief in the Portage Lakes Career Center, by Rick Kaderly. The award of a plaque and a $1,000 scholarship, is presented to a member of the senior class at the PLCC Awards ceremony The purpose of the award money is to help defray school expenses to furthering his or her education. Money is presented upon evidence of registration at the school of the recipients’ choice.

The recipient should display a genuine respect for others and an active citizenship within the community. The student should have also demonstrated leadership qualities and participated in school activities. Each selected student must have an above average G.P.A. and plan to pursue higher education by attending a college, university or trade school. In addition, they must have a complete application and include a word essay which includes the students’ future community and career aspirations.

Past Winners
2017: 
Jenna Lewis
2016: Anthony Stock (Manchester)
2015: Damon Rupert (Springfield)