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Catawba junior marshals

Sixteen students were commissioned for service as junior marshals, and one faculty member was commissioned for service as senior marshal by Catawba College President Dr. W. Craig Turner in a ceremony held Wednesday in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on campus.
These junior marshals, who assist College Marshal David Pulliam, assure that order and dignity are observed during formal occasions at the college, including convocations, baccalaureate and commencement. They were chosen from the junior class based on academic rank and are among the most honored students on campus.
They embody the best of Catawba College both in academic achievement and service to the College community.
Junior marshals from the day program for the 2009-2010 academic year include: Laura Ritchie, Robert Sawyer and Elizabeth Sloop, all of Salisbury; Stephanie Hill of China Grove; John Hoehman of Granite Quarry; Joseph Manser of Mooresville; William Huneycutt of Locust; Jessica Gilmore of Indian Trail; Laura Sale of Yadkinville; Nathan Griffin of Boomer; Chad Michael Innis of Mint Hill; Zachary Owen of Charlotte; Mark Ketterer of Hamilton; Sarah Morse of North Berwick, Maine; Sarah Robinson of Cartersville, Va.; and Cynthia Cook of Franklin, Pa.
Dr. Bethany Sinnott00, a professor of English and the longest serving faculty member at Catawba, was commissioned as senior marshal.

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