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Catawba College honors lists

Catawba Collegehonors lists
A total of 244 students have been named to the deanís list for the 2011 spring semester at Catawba College, according to Dr. W. Richard Stephens Jr., provos.
Area students named to the deanís list have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 or more semester hours.
China Grove ó Sonya Crisco Allman, Linda F. Castillo-Murillo, Daniel McGuire Donaldson, Hannah Rebecca Fisher, Kristen E. Frame, Ashley Gail Freeze, Jennifer Whitley Hinson, Ivory Taylor May, Thomas Cecil Nunn, Heather Rorer Peninger, Arthur Lee Rhoades, Cheryl Sparks Sheets, Carly Elaine Trawick, Julio Cesar Zubillaga.
Cleveland ó Jacquline Jacobe Coll, Lori Beth Fraley, Catherine Jean Minor.
Faith ó Kristy Lynn Cowden, Joshua Ray Cummings.
Kannapolis ó Megan Mackenzie Bean, Kimberly Erin Cornelius, Tamera Johnson Franklin, Lindsay Catherine King, Brett Krimminger, Kimberly Jenette McGraw, Jubilee Ann Meehan, Whitney Paige Mullis, Dustin Stuart Shelton, Frank Villa Hernandez.
Mocksville ó Tracy Sizemore Bracken, Robert Lee Brake, Erica Nicole Cranfill, Patricia Chandler Doby, Christopher Michael Driver, Dustin Green, Sarah Ashley Moore, Felicia Dawn Myers, Kendra Shea Nichols, Eric Paul Phillips, Michelle Nicole Polk, Margaret Brooke Steele, Travis Mark Williams.
Mooresville ó Tina C. Honeycutt, Megan Christine Kittel, Joseph Stephen Manser, Aaron John Robert Meadows, Logan Duall Overcash, Alicia Lynae Patrick, Judy Teal Peacock, Laurel Boykin Powell, Joseph Matthew Ready, Alyssa Darlene Retundie.
Mount Ulla ó MacKenzie Jordan White.
Rockwell ó Stephanie Curry Farmer, Rachel Claire Fries, Geoffrey John Grochoski, Blanca Patricia Gutierrez, George Kalogeromitros, Stuart Tate Perkins
Salisbury ó Kisha Wilson Allen, Zachary Andrew Blackmore, Virginia Marie Blackwell, Richard Greg Burroughs, Rebecca Annora Carli, Travis Steven Cauble, Jessica Lee Clark, Robert Reid Dickert, Amanda Louise Drake, Jessica Brooke Gaskill, Felecia Todeh Ghandour, Bradley S. Hamrick, Audrey McCullough Hawkins, William Brandon Helms, Jacob Alan Hill, Benny Thomas Hughes, Andrew Thomas Johnson, Steven Ray Jordan, David A. Kirkland, Patrick Bernard Malloy, Andrew Thomas McMillan, Christine Knapp Mowery, Lisa Lee Peck, Cari Adams Price, Laura Elaine Ritchie, Cristin Andrea Ritchie, Maria Fernanda Rivera-Bonilla, Dawn Mischele Rohl, John Wayne Saunders, Julie Lynne Shrauger, Elizabeth Nicole Sloop, Lindsay McCarn Smith, Erica LaKisha Smith, Elvis Shae Torbush, Virginia Anne Weant, Ashley Wietbrock, Laura Ann Wilkicki, Katherine Elizabeth Zink.
Spencer ó Doris Richardson Boyd.
Woodleaf ó Megan Brittney McIntyre.
A total of 122 students have been named to the presidential honor roll list for the 2010-2011 academic year at Catawba.
Students named to the list have achieved a 3.7 grade point average in 30 or more semester hours.
Area students on the 2010-2011 academic year presidential honor roll list include:
China Grove ó Daniel McGuire Donaldson, Hannah Rebecca Fisher, Ashley Gail Freeze, Jennifer Whitley Hinson, Ivory Taylor May, Cheryl Sparks Sheets.
Cleveland ó Lori Beth Fraley.
Faith ó Joshua Ray Cummings.
Kannapolis ó Megan Mackenzie Bean, Kimberly Erin Cornelius, Lindsay Catherine King, Brett Krimminger, Jubilee Ann Meehan, Whitney Paige Mullis, Dustin Stuart Shelton, Frank Villa Hernandez.
Mocksville ó Tracy Sizemore Bracken, Robert Lee Brake, Dustin Green, Sarah Ashley Moore, Eric Paul Phillips, Margaret Brooke Steele.
Mooresville ó Laurel Boykin Powell, Joseph Matthew Ready, Alyssa Darlene Retundie.
Richfield ó Kristy Huneycutt.
Rockwell ó Stephanie Curry Farmer, Geoffrey John Grochoski, Stuart Tate Perkins.
Salisbury ó Kisha Wilson Allen, Richard Greg Burroughs, Rebecca Annora Carli, Travis Steven Cauble, Jessica Lee Clark, Amanda Louise Drake, Jessica Brooke Gaskill, Audrey McCullough Hawkins, Jacob Alan Hill, Andrew Thomas Johnson, Steven Ray Jordan, David A. Kirkland, Cristin Andrea Ritchie, Maria Fernanda Rivera-Bonilla, John Wayne Saunders, Lindsay McCarn Smith, Virginia Anne Weant, Katherine Elizabeth Zink.

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