John Graham, the Kansas Farm Bureau's former executive vice president and chief executive officer, has been honored with a scholarship in his name.

The annual scholarship will benefit an upperclassman enrolled in the College of Business Administration, at Kansas State University. It will be administered by the Kansas State University Foundation.

Established by the Kansas Farm Bureau Agents Association, "This scholarship is to recognize Dr. Graham for his outstanding leadership over the years," says KFB President Steve Dreher. "We are pleased to support the education of deserving youth in his name."

Graham retired from Kansas Farm Bureau Dec. 31, 1999, after 21 years at the helm of Kansas Farm Bureau's affiliated service companies. A former associate dean of the College of Business, Graham has returned to the university part-time as a professor of finance.

To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be enrolled as a junior or senior in the College of Business Administration. The recipients' family must be a member of Kansas Farm Bureau.

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