Arch Coal Awards Scholarships to Eight High School Graduates


The Arch Coal Scholars program is open to children of eligible employees of Arch Coal and its subsidiaries. Recipients are selected based on academic record, leadership, and participation in school and community activities. A statement of education and career goals, a work history and an outside appraisal also are included in the application.

“We are pleased to introduce the 2017 Arch Coal Scholars,” Eaves said. They are:

Student’s Name

Parents’ Names

Student’s Hometown

AnnMarie DePasquale

David and Rhonda DePasquale

Charleston, W.Va.

Takoda Kelly

Lorin “Rich” and Lisa Kelly

Albright, W.Va.

Alexis Krogman

Scott and Kristi Krogman

Newcastle, Wyo.

Dallas Millin

Vern and Robin Millin

Wright, Wyo.

Matthew Roddy

Jim and Angela “Susie” Roddy

Cawood, Ky.

Skylar Ross

Tim and Angie Ross and Jen Jackson

Hill City, S.D.

Luke Sanborn

Darrel and Janelle Sanborn

Wright, Wyo.

Taylor Sandven

Darrin and Nicki Sandven

Hill City, S.D.

Scholarship America, the country’s largest private sector scholarship and educational support organization, administers all aspects of the Arch Coal Scholars program, including the independent selection process.

The Arch Coal Scholars program has provided four-year scholarships to more than 300 high school graduates since it began in 1989. Arch Coal also supports educational excellence through its annual Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards program in West Virginia and Wyoming.

U.S.-based Arch Coal, Inc. is a top coal producer for the global steel and power generation industries. Arch operates a streamlined portfolio of large-scale, low-cost mining complexes that produce high-quality metallurgical coals in Appalachia and low-emitting thermal coals in the Powder River Basin and other strategic supply regions. For more information, visit

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