The Boehling Family Scholarship was established by Rev. Edward A. Boehling in memory of his parents, John and Marjorie (Konzelman) Boehling and grandparents Rev. J. Frederick and Emilie (Meyer) Boehling. Pastor Edward Boehling graduated from DMLC in 1969, taught in three WELS schools, had a 14-year career in industry, and taught at the university level. He earned M.A. and Master of Divinity degrees from an evangelical seminary in 1985. “The love for Jesus that my parents and grandparents instilled in their children and grandchildren has spanned five generations,” he says. “The Lord has used my many life experiences to bless me with a desire to further the kingdom and to share the many material blessings he has given me with those who will teach and preach his Word in the Wisconsin Synod.”
Proceeds from the fund are intended to give encouragement and financial assistance to MLC students, with preference given to graduates of Michigan Lutheran Seminary. Neither financial need nor academic achievement is a factor.