Nichole Frye Scholarship of Honor

United States Army SPC 4 Nichole Frye, 19, Lena , WI

United States Army SPC 4
Nichole Frye, 19, Lena , WI

Education was important to Nichole. After graduating from Lena High School in 2002, she joined the Army as a way to raise money for everything she wanted out of life… an education, home, and family. Nichole at 19 was engaged to be married when she left for Iraq, where her mission was to help rebuild the war-torn country. Her last mission was to help the children of Iraq, by delivering food, water and books. She planned to return home and go to college and become a firefighter or a police officer.




Meckenna Portier is pursuing a degree to become a Physician Assistant at NWTC


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Levi Potter is pursuing a  Natural Resource Technician Degree  at Fox Valley Tech.  He is pictured with Nichole's parents (left)





Riley Marquardt is studying Electical Power Distribution at NWTC





Sarah Manning is studying Criminal Justice. 


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Sierra Demmith is studying Early Childhood Education at Rasmussen College


Olivia Storm studied Criminal Justice at NWTC



Megan Roue pursued a degree in Criminal Justice



Craig studied Natural Resources and Criminal Justice/Corrections. He is pictured with Nichole's parents Jayme and Lisa Frye.



Elexsis Blum entered into the field of Political Scinece with a Global Studies emphasis.



Bryan Klister pursued a degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  He is pictured here with Nichole's parents Lisa and Jayme Frye.



Edward Ellman enlisted in the U.S. Army.



William Frye , Nichole's brother, pursued his dream of entering into Criminal Justice.



Robbie Huberty pursued a degree in police science.


Gregory VanHulle attended Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College and pursue a career in law enforcement. Pictured, left to right: Gregory VanHulle, Lisa Frye, Medal of Honor Recipient Ken Stumpf.



Stephanie Dufek, Lena High School Stephanie enlisted in the Air Force National Guard.


Nelson Regan received the 1st Scholarship of Honor for hiscommitment to serve his community and his country.

He views his military enlistment as a calling to make the world a better, safer place.  Pictured here with Medal of Honor Recipient, Ken Stumpf



5 Star Endowment Contributors

  • Associated Bank

3 Star Contributors

  • Rolling Thunder Chapter 3 WI

  • 432nd FRG and VFW Post 2113

2 Star Contributors

  • Weyers Family Foundation

1 Star Contributors

  • Daniel and Kathy Ammerman

Special Dedication Contributors

The following contributions were raised at the annual bike ride in honor of Spc. Nichole Frye. Special thanks to Stadium View and Titletown Cycle.

  • Karen Rudat

  • Christopher and Dawn Schroeder

  • Joe and Marilyn Shubart

  • Cheryl Wegner @ Looks Unlimited