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Catawba dean’s list
SALISBURY — A total of 267 students have been named to the dean’s list for the 2012 fall semester at Catawba College, according to Dr. W. Richard Stephens Jr., provost of the college.
Traditional day program students named to the dean’s list have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 or more semester hours. School of Evening and Graduate Studies students named have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in at least 12 semester hours.
China Grove — Linda F. Castillo-Murillo, Jacob Paul Jester, Jennifer Amanda Kendall, Catherine Anne Mabry, Ivory Taylor May, Thomas Cecil Nunn, Michael Coleman Phillips, Julio Cesar Zubillaga.
Cleveland — Melissa L. Barnette.
Faith — Kristy Lynn Cowden, Joshua Ray Cummings.
Granite Quarry — Matthew Mark Causey.
Kannapolis — Kimberly Nicole Fesperman, Chrisann Ray Fowler, Marcus David Fowler, Terri Jamelle Henry, Frank Villa Hernandez, Lindsay Catherine King, Taylor Brooke Lee, Jubilee Ann Meehan, Ethan Connor Pethel.
Mocksville — Shanetta Nichols Brailsford, Brandi Danielle Cockerham, Erica Nicole Cranfill, Christopher Michael Driver, Carmen Terasa Grubb, Katrina Lynn Maine, Destiny N. Pearcy, Paige Nicole Smart, Dana L Snody.
Mooresville — Ellen Rene Eudy Baker, Marshall Davis Emerson, Tina C. Honeycutt, Laurel Boykin Powell, Mitchell Thomas Valentine, Jillian Claire Vanhoy, Franklin L. Wagner.
Rockwell — Lauren Elizabeth Bost, Paula Wagner Burgess, Jason F. Cauble, Stephanie Curry Farmer, Courtney Amber Frick, Caroline Rose Linker, Ashlee Lavook Moneymaker, Rebecca Rider.
Salisbury — Kisha Wilson Allen, Robert Donald Barnes, Allison Michelle Baucom, Thomas Zachary Benton, Angel Diane Black, Spencer Ann Elizabeth Bowden, Julie Ann Bruce, Katherine Ashley Carpenter, Michelle L. Chaffee, Candis J. Coble, Carla W. Coley, Robert Reid Dickert, Daniel Dye, Dwayne Lamar Eury, Mack Simpson Flanagan, Kenan Douglas Foster, Sonya C. Fowler, Mark Davidson Freeze, Dionne Denise Gilmore, Cynthia Marianne Goodson, Hillary J. Gordon, Latavia Denise Gray, Marco Shane Gupton, Jill Moore Hamilton, Audrey McCullough Hawkins, Kathryn Suzanne Heidt, Nathan David Hill, Kenneth Neal Hipp, Lauren Madison Kennedy, Andrew Marshall Laurens, Justin D. Ludwick, Michael Lane Lyerly, Donald Ray McIntyre, Christine Blaney Merrell, Candice Hurlocker Miller, Christine Knapp Mowery, Raina Elise Olson, Jeffrey Lynn Osborne, Joseph Edward Patterson, Jennifer Renee Pettigrew, Christina Cline Potts, Mark W. Pullium, Cristin Andrea Ritchie, John Wayne Saunders, Rebecca Lynn Shomo, Emilee Smith Sidelinker, Kylie Christine Sifford, Sydney Leigh Smith, Virginia Wingfield Thompson, Elvis Shae Torbush, Elizabeth Jane White, Luke W. Ziegler.
Spencer — Joel Porter Baker, Larry Donnell McGee.
Woodleaf — David M. Hastings, Anna Caroline Shumaker.

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