The Elmer B. Cleves Scholarship
The Elmer B. Cleves Scholarship is awarded at the discretion of the ILMA Foundation Board to a scholar-athlete who lettered in at least one varsity sport in high school, and who is going on to study science and/or entrepreneurship in college. The scholarship provides $5,000 per year with a possible maximum of four years per student.
This scholarship was started in 2015 to honor the memory of Elmer B. Cleves. Cleves started Interlube Corporation, a long-standing ILMA member, received ILMA’s Distinguished Service Award in 2001 and was a minor league baseball player.
The 2018 Elmer B. Cleves Scholarship winner is Casey Roeser, of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Casey is a Freshman
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studying chemical engineering. His father, Matt Roeser, works for DuBois
Chemicals. Casey was a three-sport athlete in high school, lettering in football, hockey and baseball. He was also a
member of the Academic All-State Team for both football and baseball and was an All-Conference baseball player.
PREVIOUS ELMER B. CLEVES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: