Pohl Transportation, Inc. is proud to offer an annual transportation scholarship to those interested in the transportation industry.

The scholarship is not limited to one aspect of transportation, but includes everything from operations to diesel tech school. The scholarship is open to graduating seniors or current college students who attended high school in Darke, Mercer, Shelby, Miami, or Auglaize counties.

For more information on the scholarship, please visit the Darke County Foundation’s scholarship page, or call (937) 548-4673.


Past Recipients

2018

Colleen Jutte, a 2017 graduate of Minster H.S., will be a second-year student at the University of Dayton, studying Operations and Supply Chain Management.

Ryan Bruening, a 2018 graduate of St. Henry H.S., will be a second-year student at Ball State University, studying Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

2019

Joseph Edwards, a 2019 graduate of Greenville High School, plans on attending Owens Community College, studying Diesel Mechanics.

Ryan Bruening, a 2018 graduate of St. Henry High School, plans on attending Ball State University, studying Supply Chain Management.

2020

Zach Griesdorn, a 2019 graduate of Versailles High School, plans on attending Bowling Green State University, studying Supply Chain Management.

Kyle Pothast, a 2019 graduate of Versailles High School, plans on attending University Northwestern Ohio, studying Diesel Mechanics.

2021

Alan Fullenkamp, a 2021 graduate of Botkins High School, plans on attending Wright State University, studying Supply Chain Management.

Tyler Luthman, a 2021 graduate of Ft. Loramie High School, plans on attending the University Northwestern Ohio, studying Agricultural Equipment Technology.

Ethan Motter, a 2021 graduate of Botkins High School, plans on attending Bowling Green State University, studying Supply Chain Management.