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Hunter Robinson Receives William F. Mullikin Scholarship

posted on Monday, March 30, 2020 in  College News

The William F. Mullikin Police Science Scholarship was awarded to Hunter Robinson for the spring 2020 semester. Hunter is a 2018 graduate from Wapsie Valley High School and is currently in his second year of the Police Science program at Hawkeye Community College. 

Black Hawk County Sheriff Deputy William Mullikin was tragically killed in a car accident on July 14, 1981, while responding to a reported sighting of the suspect wanted for the murders of Waterloo Police officers Michael Hoing and Wayne Rice.

Marcia Mullikin fondly remembers how proud her husband was of his education and his career. She created the scholarship with the Hawkeye Foundation to honor her late husband’s profession and to pay tribute to the education he received at Hawkeye. 

Pictured (L-R) are Hunter Robinson, scholarship recipient; Marcia Mullikin; and Holly Johnson, executive director of institutional advancement at Hawkeye Community College.  

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