Congrats to Our Scholarship Winners

Posted July 13, 2019

Springs Window Fashions sponsors multiple scholarships available to students who have a passion for learning and actively contribute to their community. We are proud to announce the winners of our 2019 Middleton Sales Scholarships.​

​​Alyssa Kuhn, daughter of Dave Kuhn, Sr. Software Developer. Alyssa will be attending Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ and plans to pursue a chemistry degree. Alyssa was a member of the National Honor Society, goalkeeper for the Waunakee High School girls' soccer team, setter for volleyball, and active in several local charities, including Race for the Cure and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Hannah Matteson, daughter of Jim Matteson, Middleton Team Leader. Hannah will be attending Madison College and will focus on criminal justice. She participated in the Spirit Club, German Club, FFA, and music ensembles, among other activities. She volunteers at The Salvation Army and has helped at dance recitals.

Jordan Worthington, son of Lynde Worthington, Mgr. Regional Installation and Training. Jordan will be attending Walter State in Morristown, TN and seeking a career in automotive or energy engineering. Jordan was involved in the First Robotics Competition Club, National Honor Society, Solar Go Cart Club, and Career Connect. He participated in local events including Weathers Across America, helped at a local dog shelter, and took part in extracurricular school activities.

Wyatt Stimson, son of Julie Stimson, Sr. Field Sales Rep. Wyatt will be attending UW Milwaukee and pursuing a degree in engineering. He has been involved in gymnastics for over 10 years as well as the high school dive team. He has been teaching kids gymnastics and volunteering at swim meets and church functions.

Charles Sperbeck, son of Vicky Sperbeck, Territory Sales Manager. Charles will be attending Cal State Stanislaus in California and pursuing an education degree. He was involved in baseball all four years of high school and football his senior year and volunteered with Little League and projects for the homeless.

Margeaux Dunn, daughter of Dana Pavia-Dunn, Manager Textile Engineering. Margeaux will be attending the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities and pursuing the study of kinesiology. Margeaux has been very involved in dance, including being Captain of Madison West Dance Team, and involved in DECA, Math Club, and Honor Guard Peer Tutoring. She volunteered at Grace Food Pantry and coaches and mentors dance at school and studios.

Congratulations to all! We wish everyone the best of luck.