Press Release

Langley Federal Credit Union awards $20,000 in College Scholarships

Langley Federal Credit Union recently presented four deserving young members with the Jean M. Yokum $5,000 College Scholarship award for academic achievement. The four winners are Seare Farhat, Lucy Jin, Patrice Malone and Bethany Wissmann.

Seare Farhat will graduate from Kecoughtan High School. He is pursuing a degree in medicine and computer science, with the goal of becoming a radiology oncologist. Seare is also an accomplished composer of music. He will be attending Hampton University in the Fall.

Lucy Jin graduates from Tabb High School. She also attended New Horizons Governor's School for Science and Technology. She plans to pursue a career in medicine, computer science or bioinformatics. Lucy will attend the University of Virginia.

Patrice Malone will graduate from Heritage High School where she has been enrolled in the University Magnet Program since 2010. Patrice is pursuing a career as a crime scene investigator. She will be attending Radford University in the Fall.

Bethany Wissmann graduates from Warwick High School. She also attended the Governor's School for Science and Technology. Bethany will pursue a degree in biomedical engineering. She will attend the University of Virginia.

The Jean M. Yokum College Scholarships are awarded to successful applicants who are members of Langley's Constellation Club. The club is designed for children through the age of 18 and provides a tool for parents to teach their children the importance of financial responsibility.


Pictured (L-R): Langley Vice President of Marketing Randy Saltzman poses with scholarship winners Bethany Wissmann, Patrice Malone, Seare Farhat, and Lucy Jin.