Megan Danielle Stockstill

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Megan’s Memory is a scholarship fund honoring the life of Mississippi Cowgirl, Megan Stockstill. Megan was a loving Mother to her son Sterling, Cherished by her parents Owen and Debra Stockstill, Sister to Ashley Stockstill and his wife Amber. Megan lived out her dream riding horses, competing in rodeo and barrel racing competitions across the United States. Mentoring young riders and encouraging them to accomplish their goals was one of her greatest achievements. If not for faithful supporters like you, Megan’s Memory could not exist. Your kindness is greatly appreciated and your gift changes the world one student at a time. Although Megan’s journey has ended, this scholarship enables us to assist other Cowgirls and Cowboys looking to further their education at the secondary level.

2014 Recipients:
$7,500 Ben Corder
$7,500 Brandi Korbe

2015 Recipients:
$4,000 Reese Johnson
$4,000 Steven Todd
$4,000 Alana Sanders
$4,000 Hailey Moody
$4,000 Katlyn Gibson

2016 Recipients:
$4,000 Ryder Ladner
$4,000 Mckinsy Harris
$4,000 Gracie Buffaloe
$4,000 Elizabeth Craft
$4,000 Jessica Wilson

Fund Administrators

  • Debra Stockstill
  • Shannon Howard
  • Whitley Creel
  • Carol Ann Coffey



CharitySmith accepts donations in two ways:

By Mail:

Megan’s Memory Scholarship Fund
CharitySmith Nonprofit Foundation
13100 Filly Lane
Truckee, CA 96161

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The above Memorial Fund is established as a division of Charitysmith Nonprofit Foundation (EIN 87-0636433). All donations are tax deductible in accordance with federal tax law. Receipts for tax purposes are sent via US Mail within two weeks of donation. Please consider asking if your employer participates in a gift-matching program. If so, your donation may be matched by your employer. For questions regarding your donation or this memorial fund please contact CharitySmith

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From the standpoint of daily life, however, there is one thing I do know: that we are here for the sake of each other, above all, for those upon whose smile
and well-being our own happiness depends, and also for the countless unknown souls with whose fate we are connected by a bond of sympathy.
Many times a day I realize how much my own outer and inner life is built upon the labors of others, both living and dead, and how earnestly I must
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