LAKOS Separators and Filtration Systems and Laval Underground Surveys respectively have awarded their 2010 Ben Everson Scholarships.
These scholarships are named after Ben Everson, a long-time employee of LAKOS
and Laval Underground Surveys who personified the values of hard work,
dedication and a belief in the promise of America’s youth. Both of this year’s
winners were selected for the respective $1,000 scholarships on the basis of
their backgrounds in the water industry and their plans to focus future studies
on water-related issues.
LAKOS Separators and Filtration Systems has awarded its 2010 Ben Everson
Scholarship to Brian Duke, a government and environmental science student at
California State University, Sacramento. He plans to complete his degree, and
then continue on to law school, specializing in water law. His greatest concern
about the future of the ground water industry is water conservation.
Laval Underground Surveys has awarded its 2010 Ben Everson Scholarship to
Travis Kern, a student at Northwest College in Powell, Wyo. Kern is majoring in
range management and ag business, and he plans to go into a water-conservation
field after he graduates.
For more details on the scholarship program, visit
Ben Everson Scholarships Awarded
October 1, 2010