A Hannibal High School graduate recently received a scholarship established in memory of a doctor who was enthusiastic about education and dedicated to his medical career.

A Hannibal High School graduate recently received a scholarship established in memory of a doctor who was enthusiastic about education and dedicated to his medical career.

Baumann has demonstrated academic excellence, ranking fourth in his class with a 4.32 GPA, as well as receiving honors while being involved in numerous activities. He has been active in National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Espancais (foreign language club) and Holy Family Youth Group.

Baumann attended Mizzou’s Pre-Medical School Camp and the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. He has also donated his time volunteering for community service with Holy Family Youth Group and Service in Action.

Along with his academics, Baumann has been a standout athlete. He played varsity soccer and served as team captain. He earned soccer awards for Missouri All-State and Academic All-State. Baumann was also chosen as 1st Team All-Conference, All-District, and All-Region in soccer. Jack has been a three-time State Qualifier in HHS golf and was awarded 1st Team All-Conference and All-District in golf.

This scholarship was established as a tribute to Dr. Hamlin’s enthusiasm for education, as well as his dedication to his medical career. Baumann will continue his education at the University of Missouri, where he will study toward a career in medicine.