From left to right: Cassidy Cloward; Erin Pearson; Jacey Cline Mann; Breeanna Davis; Ryley Tellinghuisen; Carly Cloward; Helen Langer Smith, Kitsap Bank vice chairwoman; Wesley George; Kristen Gorden; Eliza Patenio and Anna Dorris. Not shown: Hunter Collins and Zack Storvick. (Kitsap Bank photo)

From left to right: Cassidy Cloward; Erin Pearson; Jacey Cline Mann; Breeanna Davis; Ryley Tellinghuisen; Carly Cloward; Helen Langer Smith, Kitsap Bank vice chairwoman; Wesley George; Kristen Gorden; Eliza Patenio and Anna Dorris. Not shown: Hunter Collins and Zack Storvick. (Kitsap Bank photo)

Kitsap Bank awards 12 scholarships to employee children

Students from South Kitsap, North Kitsap, Central Kitsap and Kingston named award winners.

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap Bank has awarded 12 college scholarships to graduating children of its bank employees to pursue higher education, including South Kitsap High students Breeanna Davis and Anna Dorris.

Davis, who is the daughter of Angie Davis, will be attending the University of Oregon to pursue interior architectural design. Dorris, the daughter of Lisa Masocol, will be enrolling in the nursing program at Olympic College.

In addition to Davis and Dorris, the following students were scholarship recipients: North Kitsap High — Erin Pearson (Eastern Washington University, psychology), daughter of Jennifer Chaussee; and Carly (Chapman University, psychology) and Cassidy Cloward (Western Washington University), daughters of Corrynn Cloward; Gig Harbor High — Jacey Cline Mann (Western Washington, elementary education), daughter of Shawn Davis; Science and Math Institute — Wesley George (University of Washington, chemistry), son of Tony George; Franklin Pierce High — Kristin Gordon (Seattle University, biology), daughter of Michael Gordon; Central Kitsap High — Eliza Patenio (Olympic College transfer in communications), daughter of Liz Patenio; Kingston High — Hunter Collins (Olympic College, welding), son of Erin Sorensen; and Ryley Tellinghuisen (Gonzaga, nursing), daughter of Larry Tellinghuisen; and Decatur High — Zack Storvick (Highline College, astrophysics), son of Jim Storvick.

“We are extremely pleased to provide scholarships to this talented group of students,” said Helen Langer Smith, vice chairwoman of the Kitsap Bank board. “At Kitsap Bank, we value education, and we are happy to help the children of our employees reach their educational goals.”

Kitsap Bank has its headquarters in Port Orchard.

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