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Catawba College releases honors lists

Dean’s List

A total of 282 students have been named to the Dean‘s List for the spring 2017 semester at Catawba College.

The following local students made the list: Remi M’Lynn Adams of Rockwell, Hannah D. Addair of Salisbury, Hannah Breanne Agner of Salisbury, Kerry David Aitken of Spencer, Courtney Kent Alderman of Salisbury, Mitchell Alley of Woodleaf, Joanna E. Anderson of Salisbury, Dianne Mills Artz of Faith, Kelly King Baker of Spencer, Rebekah Elizabeth Bare of Woodleaf, Peter Barr of Salisbury, Hunter James Benfield of Kannapolis, Teauana Lovette Blackwell of Salisbury, Megan Alyssa Braun of Salisbury, Lee Amon Bronson of Salisbury, Chelsey ReneBrown of Salisbury, Joseph Tyler Bumgarner of Rockwell, Justin Michael Burroughs of Salisbury, Zachary Ryan Burroughs of Salisbury, Christopher Joel Cain of Rockwell, Megan Ann Chichester of Salisbury, Ethan Michael Chirico of Salisbury, Christina Clark of Salisbury, Amanda Rose Dawson of Salisbury, Heather Elizabeth Duncan of Salisbury, Majel Aurora Errante Wolfe of Salisbury, Elisabeth Dale Farmer of Salisbury, Bryan Carlos Fragoso Perez of Salisbury, EnriquGarcia of Salisbury, Elizabeth Jean George of Salisbury, Melissa Dawn Greene of Salisbury, Stephanie Dawn Grubb of Salisbury, Angela Burnham Guiton of Salisbury, Donovan Jarvel Hamm of Woodleaf, Matthew Douglas Hefner of Salisbury, Morgan Claire Hester of Salisbury, Charles Butcher Hutton of Salisbury, Laura Elizabeth Isenhour of Salisbury, Amanda Johnson of Salisbury, Connor Scott Johnson of Rockwell, Kristen Michelle Jones of Kannapolis, Michael Wayne Jones of Salisbury, Zachary Matthew Jones of Rockwell, Bethany Ann Karriker of Landis, Kristen Nicole Kimmer of Salisbury, Allison J. Knorr of Salisbury,  Veronica Lee Leasure of Salisbury, Brook Summer Lingle of Salisbury, Susan Lohr of Salisbury, Chase Lucas Loudin of Salisbury, Yolanda R.  Martinez of Salisbury, Ashlee Dawn McNabb of Salisbury, Kaetlyn Marie McNabb of Salisbury, Hayley Elizabeth Morgan of Gold Hill, Angela Nicole Mortenson of Salisbury, Taylor Elizabeth Parker of Mount Ulla, Alexandria Elizabeth Petty of China Grove, Alan Jacob Rawson of Gold Hill, Crystal Jessica Reyes of Salisbury, Erandi Rodriguez Mendoza of Salisbury, Ricardo Sanchez of Salisbury, Hannah Leigh Scott of Salisbury, Karina Trujillo Saucedo of Kannapolis, Macayla Mechelle Upright of Salisbury, Tiffany Vang of Salisbury, Martha Isabel Vasquez of China Grove, Danielle Lynn Veres of Salisbury, Debbie Michelle Walls of Kannapolis, Elisha B. Wilson of Salisbury, Shannon L. Wright of Salisbury, Nathan Alan Wyatt of Gold Hill and Jessica Lynn Yates of Salisbury.

Students named to the Dean’s List have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 or more semester hours.

Presidential honor roll

A total of 148 students have been named to the Presidential Honor Roll for the 2016-17 academic year at Catawba College.

Local tudents on the 2016-2017 academic year Presidential honor roll include: Hannah Breanne Agner of Salisbury, Joanna E. Anderson of Salisbury, Kelly King Baker of Spencer, Lee Amon Bronson of Salisbury, Justin Michael Burroughs of Salisbury, Megan Ann Chichester of Salisbury, Ethan Michael Chirico of Salisbury, Amanda Rose Dawson of Salisbury, Heather Elizabeth Duncan of Salisbury, Elisabeth Dale Farmer of Salisbury, Bryan Carlos Fragoso Perezof Salisbury, Enrique Garcia of Salisbury, Matthew Douglas Hefner of Salisbury, Morgan Claire Hester of Salisbury, Charles Butcher Hutton of Salisbury, Laura Elizabeth Isenhour of Salisbury, Michael Wayne Jones of Salisbury, Veronica Lee Leasure of Salisbury, Erandi Rodriguez Mendoza of Salisbury, Madison Taylor Sides of Kannapolis, Elizabeth Grace Smith of Salisbury, Macayla Mechelle Upright of Salisbury, Tiffany Vang of Salisbury, Danielle Lynn Veres of Salisbury, Elisha B. Wilson of Salisbury/

Students named to the Presidential Honor Roll List have achieved a 3.7 grade point average in 30 or more semester hours.

 

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