2021 Scholarship Recipients
The 2021 Ralph and Clare Rudolph Scholarship recipients are Jozlyn Michalek (pictured in the middle) and Beth Koele (pictured on the right). Randy Rudolph is on the left.
Jozlyn will receive $2,000 per year for the next four years as she pursues a degree in Humanities from UW Green Bay. She will be graduating from Manitowoc Lincoln High School this Spring. Her dad, Robi, is a Senior Product Activation Specialist located in Sheboygan
Beth is pursuing a Nursing degree from Lakeshore Technical College. She will receive $1,000 a year for two years. Beth will be graduating from Oostburg High School this Spring. Her father, Matt, is a Technical Director in Global Product Development located in Sheboygan.
The scholarship was developed as a way for the late Ralph Rudolph and his wife Clare to give back to the employees who have helped make Rockline successful. Having lived through the Great Depression, they saw how economic hardship could take away people’s material possessions. The one thing it cannot take away is someone’s education.
Thirty-five employees in a 25,000 square foot building in Plymouth WI is where it all began. There have been some tough times along the way with fires, floods, market changes and now, even a pandemic; but we never gave up. Ralph, the founder, formed his legacy early on with a plastic card on his desk that read, People Are Important. This simple belief continues loud and proud with Rockline's brand promise, People Who Make It Right.
It's been an amazing journey and we look forward to the next 45 years. We can only get better every day with the amazing people we have on our team.
Happy 45th Birthday Rockline!
Rockline/Iatric is proud to support the communities where we live and work.
We are in unprecedented times. And in times like these, forward thinking and creativity is essential. Rockline is proud to be highlighted in a recent CNN Business article describing a product solution in response to a time of need and shortage. This is a great example of our Associates demonstrating Thought Leadership, Right Product Solutions and Extraordinary Service. Supporting our brand promise....People Who Make It Right. Way to go Rockline!
2020 Scholarship Recipients
We are pleased to announce the 2020 Ralph and Clare Rudolph Scholarship recipient.
Enida Luma has been awarded the 4 year scholarship. Her mother, Kumi is a Machine Operator in Sheboygan. Enida will receive $2,000 per year for the next four years as she pursues a degree in Biochemistry from UW Madison. She will be graduating from Sheboygan South High School this spring.
The Ralph and Clare Scholarship was developed as a way for the late Ralph Rudolph and his wife Clare to give back to the employees who have helped make Rockline successful. Having lived through the Great Depression, they saw how economic hardship could take away people’s material possessions. The one thing it cannot take away is someone’s education. The Community Foundation of Fox Valley manages the application and selection process for the scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement and community service.
2019 Scholarship Recipients
Bright futures ahead! We are proud to highlight the 2019 recipients of the Ralph and Clare Rudolph Scholarship. The scholarship fund came solely from the Ruldolph family as a way to give back to the people(Rockline Associates) who have worked so hard to help make Rockline successful. Two scholarships are awarded each year to deserving dependents of associates who are currently working for Rockline/US Facilities. Applicants must be high school seniors. The Community Foundation of Fox Valley manages the scholarship application and selection process.
The winner of the 2 year scholarship is Omar Fuentes, Jr. His mother, Chantha Dariphone is a packaging operator in Springdale. Omar is pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering from Northwest Arkansas Community College. He will receive $1,000 a year for two years.
The winner of the 4 year scholarship is Dustin Eilers. His father, Al works on the Strategic Sourcing team in Sheboygan. Dustin will receive $2,000 per year for the next four years as he pursues a degree in Aerospace Engineering.