Natalie Hoerstkamp was the recipient of the 11th annual Howard Langenberg Family
Scholarship at the 2018 commencement exercises at New Haven High School. Natalie is
the daughter of Jeff and Elisha Hoerstkamp of New Haven.
The Langenberg family set up the scholarship fund to give the students at New Haven
High school the opportunity to continue their education at a community college, college
or university that leads to an academic degree. The scholarship is worth $5000 and is
payable over a four year period.
Natalie was active in: National Honor Society where she held the position of vice
president, FBLA and Family Consumer and Career Leaders of America where she held
the position of Secretary, she was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a
member of the marching, concert, and pep band section leader, she was a manager for the
girls basketball team, and a member of the Cross Country Team. Outside of school she
was active in her church’s youth group and in the New Haven 4H Club. She also
participated in many community service activities such as; All Abilities Activities,
American Legion Auxiliary for Veterans Services, New Haven Food Pantry, Salvation
Army Bell ringer, and many more.
Natilie is planning to continue her education at the University of Missouri - Columbia
where she plans to pursue a degree in Business Administration.