AMB 17th Annual Golf Outing
The 17th Annual AMB Foundation Golf Outing at Bonnie Brook Golf Course is on July 19th, 2019. Don't forget to sign up for a round of golf, dinner, silent auction and support Amys cause!
Remembering Amy - TheMomsDiet Blog
Amy and the AMB Foundation were featured on TheMomsDiet Blog on March 21st, 2015. This great write-up details the amazing person Amy was, why the AMB Foundation was created and a video sitdown with the President of the AMB Foundation, Ann Bosman-Foltz.
AMB Foundation Memorial Soiree
The AMB Foundation Memorial Soiree celebrated Amy's life, passion and the tenth anniversary of the Foundations inception.
Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha
On May 25th, 2010, the AMB Foundation committed $70,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha’ Learning Center. The center is named The Amy Marie Bosman Learning Center.
The 2015 AMB Foundation scholarships have been awarded. Please visit this page in the spring of 2016 for the current Tremper High School AMB Foundation Application.
The AMB Foundation scholarship award of up to $1500.00 will be awarded to Tremper High School graduates in Kenosha, Wisconsin to use towards post-secondary education. While financial need is considered, applicants must possess some, or all, of the following attributes:
- Love of learning
- Shown leadership in diverse interests (Music, Theatre, Sports, Volunteer Work)
- Strong academic performance
- Drive to help others
2016 AMB Foundation Application for Tremper High School Seniors
2014 Scholarship Recipients
Carson Mahant - $1500.00
Carson will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall. Carson served as the Vice President of the National Honor Society, section leader in the wind ensemble, Snowboarding Club President, and was on the Prom Committee. Carson was also chosen for both Homecoming and Prom Court. He volunteers for the local Montessori School and the Wounded Warrior Project. At Madison, he plans on applying for the Badger Volunteers Program, which is a semester-long program offering training and volunteer opportunities on a weekly basis.
Emma Dawson - $500.00
Emma will be attending St. Olaf College in the fall. Emma has organized numerous programs and projects at Tremper including the Renaissance Craft Fair, the Tremper Blood Drive, and numerous student events. She also served as the Executive Director of Academic Affairs and is the Captain of the Dance Performance Company. In the future, she hopes to travel to Africa with water.org to help build wells in developing nations.
2013 Scholarship Recipient
Anna Zhang - $1000.00
Anna will be attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has been a leader in many capacities throughout high school. Anna was the cluster leader from Golden Strings, the Treasurer of Student Government, and the Vice-President of National Honor Society. She also volunteered with Safe Harbor Humane Society, the Tremper Blood Drive, and the Holiday House. Anna was invited to attend a very selective women's leadership camp in Washington D.C. sponsored by Running Start. The program's purpose was to motivate young women to be future leaders. Anna hopes to "instigate a change to benefit all women by wholeheartedly engaging in service that mirrors my (her) hope for society."
2012 Scholarship Recipients
Shannon Parmentier - $1000.00
Shannon Parmentier will be attending the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is the Varsity Track and Field Captain and a two time State Qualifier. She is also a member of the Band of the Blackwatch and Madrigal Feaste. She played a vital role on Student Government as the VP of Community Services. She intends on getting involved in the U of MN's Service Learning Programs and working on various service projects in other cities, states, and countries.
Brianna Riley - $500.00
Brianna Riley has participated in a wide variety of activities while maintaining a 4.0 GPA. She was the VP of the Freshman Transition Coaching Program, VP of her Sophomore Class, and volunteered for numerous organizations in the community. She was also the Tennis Team Captain and a member of the Wisconsin School Music Association State Honors Band. Brianna will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in the fall.
Marisa Lucke - $500.00
Marisa Lucke will be attending the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse. She was the President of Academic Affairs, Secretary of FBLA, and 1st Chair in the band for French Horn. Marisa also received the Coach's Award for tennis, and was the valedictorian of her class. Marisa has also spent much of her time volunteering at Roosevelt Elementary School. She hopes to eventually volunteer for Doctors Without Borders.
2010 Scholarship Recipients
Julia Broesch - $1000.00
Julia will be attending Marquette University in the fall. Julia has been a member of Student Government for 3 years and most recently held the position of Treasurer. She is Captain of the Girl’s Tennis team and was “Most Dedicated” both her sophomore and senior years. She is 1st Chair in Jazz Band and received a 1* in WSMA Sola and Ensemble. Julia was a Homecoming Queen candidate this past year. She worked on Tremper’s Annual Blood Drive for three years. Outside of school, Julia volunteers at Gilmore Middle School assisting teachers and helping students. Julia has already been accepted into the nursing program at Marquette. After graduating, Julia hopes to develop free clinics as a nurse.
Teresa Romano - $500.00
Teresa will be attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison in the fall. Teresa has held perfect attendance all four years at Tremper. She was the Sophomore Class President and Vice President of Special Events on Student Government. Teresa served as the President of SADD and varsity captain for swimming. She received the 2010 Kindness Award, Mayor’s Youth Commission Award, and was a Today’s Teen. Outside of school, Teresa has been a Team Captain for Relay for Life for 4 Years and a Team Captain for the Shop with a Cop Program for 3 years. She is planning on becoming a pharmacist. While in college, she would like to start an organization that provides role models and activities for elementary school girls.
2009 Scholarship Recipient
Melissa Sobin - $1500.00
Melissa will be attending Northwestern University in the fall. She was the salutatorian of her senior class and extremely involved in numerous activities. In her graduation speech she inspired her classmates with the words, “It is our role to light a fire under the country. We can bring it.” She was an all-state scholar for her academic achievements. Melissa is also a strong athlete. She is a state champion cross-country runner. Melissa stays very involved. She co-chaired the blood drive for the school and served on Student Congress for four years. In her position on Student Congress, she helped raise money for MargaretAnn’s Place and organized Mardi Gras night to help New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina. She also started the “Positively Kenosha” campaign which consisted of looking for people in the city who are doing great things and giving them a certificate of recognition. Melissa also served as the Social Action Vice President of the Midwest region of NFTY (North American Federation of Temple Youth) and traveled to New Orleans to help with the devastation that occurred there following Hurricane Katrina. Melissa has a passion for helping underserved populations and carries many of the same qualities as Amy.
2008 Scholarship Recipients
Eric Griffiths - $1500.00
Eric Griffiths is acknowledged by his teacher and coach, Dave Dembowski, as "one of the most intelligent, dedicated, hardworking, goal oriented, caring, and compassionate individuals I have met in my 7 years in this profession." Eric was elected by outgoing seniors as the Captain of the baseball team. He received the Coach's Award for football and basketball and contributed to the organization of the 3rd annual Dodgeball Tournament. Eric served on Student Government for 3 years and was the Editor for the school paper. Throughout his high school career, he participated in Band, National Honor Society, and was the junior class representative for Students Against Drunk Driving. Eric was also his sophomore class President. He will begin his freshman year at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in the fall of 2008 where he plans on studying medicine.
Rebecca Freiberg - $1500.00
Rebecca will be attending Purdue University in the fall of 2008 where she will study Biomedical Engineering. At Tremper, she was the Editor-in-Chief of the award winning 2007 yearbook. Rebecca was Captain of the swim team and volunteered as a swimming instructor for children. As a musician, Rebecca earned four medals at the district Solo and Ensemble competition playing violin. She served as secretary for Students Against Destructive Decisions and organized the Cindarella Ball for Tremper's Special Education students. Some of Rebecca's volunteer activities include: Relay for Life, Shop with a Cop, Field of Dreams, and the Soup Kitchen. In college, Rebecca hopes to study abroad. In her essay, she stated, "Studying abroad helps to establish global unity within the engineering community and in the development of successful and efficient products."
Katie Mahoney - $500.00
Katie served as President of Student Government her senior year and Executive Vice President her junior year. She was a founder of the Tremper chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions after the tragic loss of her teacher and coach, Scott Proknow. Katie was a member of the swim team and soccer team for four years and participated as cheerleader and member of the Band of the Blackwatch for one year. As a cancer survivor, Katie has served as team Captain and Junior Honorary Chair for Relay for Life. She will be attending Ohio State in the fall of 2008 to study Pediatric Oncology. She hopes to travel to developing countries to do missionary work and provide medical services to AIDS patients in Africa.
Cara Pratt - $500.00
Throughout high school, Cara was a member of the Golden Strings Traveling Orchestral Group. She also received numerous awards for her skills as a cellist. Cara was also a member of Student Government and served on the Community Relations Committee and on the Executive Board as secretary. She is the Co-President of the Environmental Club, Board Member of the Kenosha Democratic Youth Action Group, and hosted a German Exchange student through the International Club. After studying Environmental Policy and International Relations at Drake University, Cara hopes to become a Peace Corps volunteer where she will "use her knowledge of environmental issues to spread awareness of clean water management in developing countries."
2007 Scholarship Recipients
Scott Frost - $1500.00
Scott Frost is attending the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. Scott was the Student Body President, Prom King, Chairperson of Homecoming, and an Eagle Scout. To become an Eagle Scout, Scott constructed a video blue room at Somers Elementary School for the staff to tape their students and their work to make into movies to show other classes, schools, and parents. He partakes in a mission trips on Indian reservations. Scott was also selected to be a member of the Strategic Planning Team for KUSD and Tremper. He performed in the World Premiere of the school edition of AIDA. Scott eventually would like to become a college professor, which is something Amy aspired to become as well.
Lindsey Kmiec - $1500.00
Lindsey attends Marquette University. She was the captain of the basketball, volleyball, and softball team. Lindsey has volunteered for many years with the St. Mary’s Youth Group Workcamp and has traveled with them to New York, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and North Carolina to help rebuild and fix houses for people in need. Lindsey has also volunteered with the INNS program and Special Olympics. Her essay states, “Involvement with The Center (at Marquette) will give me the opportunity to join over 1500 volunteers to work at homeless shelters, elementary schools, community organizations and more.”
Kaleigh Fulmer - $1000.00
Kaleigh attends the University of Wisconsin, Madison. In high school, she was nominated for the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine. Kaleigh was a member of the soccer, basketball, volleyball, and tennis teams. Kaleigh also participated in Student Government, Freshman Transition, DECA, Sub Deb Club, and Renaissance Club. As a volunteer, Kaleigh participated in Relay for Life, the V-Foundation for Cancer, Special Olympics, and summer youth camps. Kaleigh plans to volunteer at health centers for underserved populations while attending college.
Michelle Kornder - $1000.00
Michelle attends the University of Wisconsin, Madison. At Tremper, she was a champion swimmer, diver, gymnast, and track athlete. Michelle was the salutatorian of her freshman class. She served as a Freshman Transition Coach, on Tremper Yearbook, on Student Government and in Key Club. Michelle also volunteered at the Anderson Art Center Kids Camp and at the Pleasant Prairie Triathlon.
Amy Carswell - $500.00
Amy attends the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Amy was a member of Student Government, Renaissance Club, and Honor Society. She also was the Varsity Tennis Captain and participated on the USTA competitive tennis team. Amy has also studied classical piano for ten years and has qualified for state for two years. Amy volunteers with her church youth group and with student partnership.
2006 Scholarship Recipients
Sean McMaster - $1500.00
Sean is currently attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison. At Tremper, Sean was the Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook and received a Superior 1st place award. Sean was a Madrigal singer, Peer Tutor, and Program Designer for the Bradford Theatre Arts Program. He served on Student Government for four years and was elected the Vice-President of Academic Affairs. Athletically, Sean was the captain of the Men’s Volleyball team. Sean also received the highest honor in the Boy Scouts of America as an Eagle Scout.
Kurt Gosselin - $1500.00
Kurt is attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Kurt was the Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook at Tremper High School. He also served as Senior Class President, Men’s Volleyball Captain, and Co-Chair of Peer Tutoring. Kurt coordinated the Christmas Gift Drive through his church. He has aspirations to earn a law degree, enter a career in public service, and eventually earn a position on the United States Senate.
Sarah Delaney - $1000.00
Sarah is also attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Sarah was a member of the CYC Raiders All-star Cheerleading and Dance team. As a Raider, Sarah recieved the Amy Bosman Scholar Athlete Award among many others. Sarah performed internationally with the Tremper Golden Strings. She was a member of Student Government, Environmental Club, Key Club, and Amnesty International. Sarah also volunteered for the Avon Breast Cancer 3-day Walk and the Senior Citizen Prom. Sarah would like to eventually become a member of the Peace Corps.
Casi Butts - $500.00
Casi attends the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. While at Tremper, Casi was the Vice President of Student Services, Head Judge of Teen Court, and a peer mediator. Casi also organized the “Adopt-A-Hallway” program. As a volunteer, Casi worked at Kenosha’s annual Turkey Day Race, the Tremper Blood Drive, and Tremper’s Senior Citizen Homecoming Dance.
Alyssa Watring - $500.00
Alyssa attends the University of Wisconsin, Madison. While in high school, Alyssa was the team captain of Girl's Varsity Gymnastics. She was also awarded All-State First Team and was a member of the State Championship Team. Alyssa served on Student Government and was a member of the Academic Affairs Committee. Alyssa has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, at Every Child’s Place, and for the Special Olympics and Shalom Center.
2005 Scholarship Recipients
Nicole Kornder - $1500.00
Nicole is currently attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As a freshman, she was accepted into the Medical Scholars Program. In 2004, Nicole attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in Chicago. There she shadowed doctors and surgeons, toured the U.S. Naval hospital in Great Lakes, Il., and visited a laboratory. In high school, Nicole worked as freshman transition coach to help underclassmen become more comfortable at the city’s biggest school. She also participated in Key Club, the Renaissance program, and the National Honors Society. Nicole’s honors also include being named in the Who’s Who Among American High School Students and as a 2005 National Merit Commended Scholar. Nicole earned five athletic letters as a varsity swimmer and a gymnast who competed at the state level.
Gina Romano - $1500.00
Gina is a freshman at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was the salutatorian of her graduating class. In high school, Gina was extremely involved in a variety of activities including band, participating and medaling in numerous Solo and Ensemble competitions and leading her section as First Chair for Tremper High School. Gina also served on Student Government for four years holding numerous positions including: Vice President of Special Events, Co-Chair of the Homecoming Assembly, Chair of the Workforce Committee for the Blood Drive, and the Chair of Decorations for the Mr. Tremper Competition. As an athlete, Gina was a captain for the Girls’ Swim and Dive Team and a Varsity Athletic Letter Recipient. Some of Gina’s other activities and honors include being elected on Prom Court, chosen as a Kenosha News “Today’s Teen,” and a recipient of the Herb Kohl Academic Excellence Award.
Jeremy Richardson - $1500.00
Jeremy Richardson is attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) pursuing a degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics, with a minor in management. Jeremy has participated and held leadership positions in academic, athletic, and volunteer activities. Jeremy served as president for Skills USA and secretary for Student Congress. He was Co-Captain for the track team and played Varsity Football. He also participated in weightlifting and National Honor Society. Jeremy was valedictorian of his graduating class, and took courses from three Kenosha high schools in order to have the opportunity to take a number of complex math courses. In his free time, Jeremy tutored students in the community, free of charge. One of his teachers states that, “Jeremy is truly an asset to society.”