Area students honored by UWA
Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 27, 2004
LIVINGSTON – Several students in the region have been named to The University of West Alabama President’s List and Dean’s List for Spring Semester 2004.
To be named to the President’s List, at least a 3.80 grade point average must be earned and at least twelve semester hours must be attempted. Named to the President’s List were:
From Marengo County: Tammy R. Clevinger, LaToya D. Dill, William S. Farnham, Emily E. Gray, John D. Grindle, Mary L. Northcutt, Robin B. Sadler, and Kelly M. Webb, all of Demopolis; Veleda T. Lockett and Angelia Quinney, both of Dixons Mills; Patricia A. Maiden of Faunsdale; Kevin J. Jacobs, Laura E. Lane, Katherine L. Wallace, all of Linden; Jannifer J. Walker of Nanafalia; and Angela D. Alston and Stacy M. Vick, both of Sweet Water.
From Sumter County: Lorenzo Lockett of Epes; Susan A. Adcock, cheldin B. Brown, Kate Cartwright, Paul J. Gordy, Saretta D. Goss, Latoya T. Hudson, Martin F. Jackson, Christopher Lacoste, Desmond R. Lindsey, Lacey L. McBeath, Thomas McDaniel, Gina R. Montarsi, Kimberly morris, Scott W. Needs, Aaron D. Nettles, Courtney E. Purvis, Jessica F. Reeves, Davis B. Rooker, Glenda S. Sims, Taiwo A. Togun, Micheline G. Meek, Patrice N. Ware
and Lee A. Walker, Jr., all of Livingston; Jennifer R. Radcliffe of Bellamy; Angel L. Dubose, Natalie S. Fox, E. Leigh Russell, all of York;
To be named to the Dean’s List, at least a 3.25 grade point average must be earned and at least twelve semester hours must be attempted. Named to the Dean’s List were:
From Marengo County:
Steven C. Allen, Meggin M. Dickerson, Kelly E. Farnham, James R. McAlpine, Tina L. Wilson, all of Demopolis; Lori D. Burage of Forkland; Carla G. Keen and Amanda M. Meigs, both of Gallion; Joshua B. Glass and Beth Wallace, both of Linden.
From Sumter County: Pamela R. Smith of Emelle; Carrie A. Dauphin and Leah M. Nichols, both of Epes; Yetunde D. Agbale, Clester Bolden, Clarence Ul Brown, B. Danielle Buckalew, Amanda K. Chambless, Jessica R. Chambless, Ava A. Chaney, Mark E. Cobb, Christopher S. Colvin, Damon G. Cooey, James El Finklea, Lyneete Grice, Tracie D. Harris , Joseph P. Hoggle, James D. Holcumbe, Rebecca L. Holland; Roy E. McDaniel, Laquitah R. Ridgeway, S. Rebecca Sanders; Anedra M. Smith; Garrick D. Smith, Joseph A. Thomas, Kelly L. Wesley, Sara R. Knight, and Laura K. Williams, all of Livingston;
Crystal Ruffin of Cuba; Kacie B. McKensie, Daneen P. Sampson, Brenda R. Tanner, all of York.
From Greene County: Melissa R. McGee, Fayetta Plump, and David M. Rogers, all of Boligee; Abbie N. Abrams, Stephen R. Beeker, Ariane V. Godfrey and Gophenia Grover, all of Eutaw; and Seth C. Nelson of Forkland.
From Hale County: Kaylan McDuff of Moundville; Katoya L. Aaron and Kaleda D. Williams, both of Greensboro; and Heather S. Hall of Newbern.
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