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Firstmark CU Awards $15K in Scholarships to High School Seniors
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 7:00 AM

Firstmark Credit Union President and CEO Leon Ewing announced the 2015 winners of the Frank Price Cunningham & Helen Shipman Cunningham Scholarships. Under this program, 15 area high school seniors received $1,000 each.

“Our Board of Directors believes in the power of education and what it can mean for a young person,” explained Ewing. “For more than 20 years, Firstmark Credit Union has been awarding scholarships to deserving college-bound seniors from across the city.”

The Frank Price Cunningham & Helen Shipman Cunningham scholarships were established to honor the life-long service and commitment of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, who served Firstmark Credit Union as president, from 1938-1984, and vice president, from 1951-1984, respectively. Since 1993, Firstmark has awarded $195,000 in scholarships to outstanding high school seniors.

This year’s winners are:

  • John Aoki, Roosevelt High School
  • Mia Benavides, International School of the Americas
  • Lora Blanco, East Central High School
  • Gabriel Canez, Judson High School
  • Carmelia Michael, Jefferson High School
  • Brandi Drennon, McCollum High School
  • Austin Driskill, Central Catholic High School
  • Andrew Entzenberger, Lutheran High School
  • Miranda Garza, Brandeis High School
  • Alexis Gonzalez, Warren High School
  • Richard Martinez, Brackenridge High School
  • Brian Munoz, Harlandale High School
  • Alejandra Ochoa, Southwest High School
  • Isaiah Aguillar, South San Antonio High School
  • Mary Krenger, Alamo Heights High School

About Firstmark Credit Union

Firstmark Credit Union provides financial services to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Bexar County, as well as education-related employees in Bexar County and the 12 surrounding counties; and their relatives. Established in 1932, the Credit Union serves over 96,000 members and manages more than $900 million in assets. For more information, go to