By DOUG DICKERHOFF
TTP inc. Diesel Power & Machine
Tanner Dickerhoff, son of Doug and Kelly Dickerhoff of Warsaw, was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association.
After completing an internship with Case IH, Racine, Wis., Dickerhoff will return to Purdue University this fall to continue his mechanical engineering technology degree.
NTPDA is a trade association serving the agricultural and industrial industries with members throughout the United States, Canada and Australia. The NTPDA awards scholarships yearly to members, member’s employees and their families based on academic achievement, extra-curricular and community activities and leadership abilities.
Tanner has demonstrated outstanding qualities in each of these areas, and the NTPDA is very pleased to have presented him with this scholarship.
His sponsor is TTP Inc. – Diesel Power Machine in Pierceton – a leading remanufacturer and machine shop for CAT, Cummins, Detroit and John Deere engines.