Ken Kubsch Scholarship

Sept 19, 1942- Dec 15, 2009

Sept 19, 1942- Dec 15, 2009

The Ken Kubsch Scholarship was created to honor a caring and humble Board certified family and internal medicine doctor who simply went by the name, Kenny. He loved people, regardless of position, status, or income. His smile and laugh were infectious, and his focus was always on brightening your day, never on himself.

Kenny was a faithful friend and was always willing to take compassionate care of our families’ medical needs, regardless of his own schedule or priorities. He never passed up an opportunity to educate those around him with various articles that he had researched and had such an enthusiasm for learning.

The Ken Kubsch Scholarship is awarded at Kenny's Alma Mater, Manitowoc Lincoln High School to a student who is interested in history or science, both passions of Kenny.

John and Kathy Lochner, along with Dan and Carrie Whetter and the Weyers Family Foundations, good friends of the Kubsch's have contributed the seed money to establish this scholarship. The endowment drive is underway. If you would like to help keep Kenny's memory alive and help students follow their educational dream, please contact Kim LaViolette Mosteller here.

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Jessica Hacker is pursuing a degree in Nursing at Lakeshore Technical college

Sunny Lee is studying Human Biology at UWGB


Alex Miller is studying Biology at UW-LaCrosse


Megan Wech is studying Nursing at UW-Eau Claire









Zackary Simmons is studying Biochemistry at UW-Madison


Cassidy Ryan is studying Speech Pathology at UW-Stevens Point



Michaela Schmidt is studying nursing at UW-LaCrosse


Katherine Wolowicz will be pursing a degree in Education.


The first annual Ken Kubsch Scholarship recipient was awarded to Megan Bertsche.  Megan will be entering in the field of pre-medicine. 


John and Kathy Lochner

Weyers Family Foundation

Dan and Carrie Whetter

Other contributors

Anne Marie Lochner

Leslie and Alastair Henderson

Steve and Barb Ruel

John and Kathy Lochner in honor of Dick and Ellen Greene