Carrol A. Weimer devoted his entire life to farming and ranching in Nucla, Colorado, which he loved to call home. He was a pioneer in cattle ranching, always looking for better ways to produce the finest beef cattle. He loved farming and cattle ranching, traveling, dancing, and life. Carrol was one of six students who graduated from Nucla High School in 1939. Since his graduation, three more generations of Weimers have graduated from Nucla. Carrol met L. May in Nucla after she moved there from Rico, Colorado. They married in 1941 and were lifelong, loving partners. Carrol passed away in 2007 and L. May passed away in 2011. Their family and friends established this scholarship fund in memory of Carrol and L. May.
This fund will provide scholarships to graduating seniors of Nucla High School. The ideal recipients will be all-around good students who exemplify outstanding citizenship. Applicants must have achieved academic success by obtaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above in high school, and must plan to attend a 2-year or 4-year college, university, or technical school, and have a financial need.
Deadline & Cycle
This fund provides scholarships to graduating seniors of Nucla High School in Nucla, Colorado.
January 1 - March 1
Outside Berks County
Scholarships and Awards