(May 15, 2008)

Contact: Rick DelaHaya, Centenary News Services, 318.869.5073

Centenary College Names 264 To Spring 2008 Dean's List

SHREVEPORT, LA –A total of 264 students at Centenary College of Louisiana have been named to the Spring Semester 2008 Dean's List, according to Dr. Darrel Colson, Provost and Dean of the College. Students on the list are from 120 cities in 19 states and six countries.

The honor list names all students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in 12 or more semester hours taken for a letter grade during the spring semester.

Students on the Centenary Spring 2008 Dean's List are listed by their home states and cities, as follows:

Alabama

Birmingham—Lori Von Pingel
Mobile—Katherine Bowen

Arkansas

El Dorado—Mary Bradley
Hamburg—James Atkins
Hot Springs—Ashley Deatherage
Little Rock—Anna Maris, Helen Field, Mary Walter
Monticello—Natalie Daniels
Siloam Springs—Matthew Nodurfth, Mary Wubbena
Ward—Mary Jones

California

San Diego—Michelle McNamara

Georgia

Kennesaw—Whitney Daugherty

Indiana

Evansville—Stacy Whitmer

Illinois

Chicago—Timothy Kelleher

Iowa

Davenport—Daniel Kersting
Grinnell—Misty Lane

Kentucky

Nicholasville—Chelsea Shackelford

Maine

Cornish—Lindsey Campbell

Mississippi

Tupelo—Sara Thompson

Missouri

Fenton—Xu Teng

Louisiana

Albany—Amanda Cassidy
Alexandria—Sara Bryan, Christopher Turregano, Anna Medica
Anacoco—Brett Martin, Cara Miccoli
Athens—Hannah Moore
Baker—Matthew Blanchard
Ball— Justin Bailey
Bastrop—Mindy McKoin, John-Joshua Moeller
Baton Rouge—Jacob Dawson, Kyle McGimsey, Janet Linschoten, Lori Lusted, John D’Aquin, Jason Kay, Tiffany Lake, Christine Paxton, Laura Pryor
Benton—Allison Austin, Stephanie Beauvais, Emily Davis, Mary Saylor, Travis Thompson
Bossier City— Daniel Antee, Haley Bassett, Jennifer Bouso, Brent Burnham, Kathryn Correro, Stephanie Daigle, Christena Haaker, , Kelly Hunt, Rachel Johnson, Jennifer Jurewicz, Amanda Krentzel, Abigail Piazza, Amanda Robinson, Katherine Ross, Collen Smith, Lily Thompson, Emily Womack, Brandi Candler, Malari Coburn, Jennifer DeLancy, James Frantz, Karyn Gehrls, Nikki Mattson
Branch—Lindsey Hotaling
Convent—Adam Arceneaux
Covington—Sarah Sihvonen
DeQuincy—Kaci Kimball
Deville—Jessica Cosenza
Elm Grove—Steven Turner
Eunice—Rachel Powell
Hammond—Bradley Kraemer
Haughton—Lacey Anderson, Wesley Carlisle, Beth Craft, Kathryn Craigo, Danielle Dupree, Jessica Jones, Marissa Teauseau
Hodge—Madalyn Allen
Homer—Christina Gladney
Houma—Jonathan Carrere
Kaplan—Lauren Broussard
Keithville—Douglas Sullivan
Lake Charles—Madeline Burgoyne, Austin Price, Margaret Young
Lafayette—Amanda Fontenot, Caroline Klara, Emily McManus, Allison Tharp, William Todd, Blaine Wilson
Luling—Riley Adams
Madeville—Lauren Kloepfer, Christine Cumming
Mansfield—Jordan Dufour
Marrero—Sarah Savage
Metairie—William Leonard, Watson Copeland
Minden—Kelsey McConnell, Mallory McConnell, Rebecca McMahen, Susann McMahen
Monroe—Sarah Eich, Mary Ham, Sarah Kuruvilla, Laura Thompson
Morgan City—Ryan Landry
Natchitoches—Michelle Holt
New Llano—James King
New Orleans—Rebekah Perkins
Pineville—Ashley Rawson
Ponchatoula—Manoah O’Dell, Andrew Osborn, Amanda Russell
Ruston—Emily Brazzel, John Ramsey
Saint Amant—Emily Waggenspack
Saint Francisville—Matthew Morris, Jennifer Pate
Shreveport—Ahmad Azzawe, Noor Azzawe, Danielle Crouthers, Leonard Kacenjar, Johnvrsh Asley, Jennifer Cook, Justin Broussard, Lorna Dopson, Antoinette Haynes, Minhtam HoSunil Kaimootil, Sunny LaGrone, Kristy Lopez, Richard Lopez, Elinora Madrid, Colin Miller, Christopher Morgan, Brian Penner, Joshua Phillips, Tyler Smith, Jeremy Alfred, Thomas Netherton, Tristan Yopp, Bryan Day, Kelly Dunnigan, John Gianforte, Janie Hogan, Ashlee Kirby, Rachel Switzer, James Nolan, Megan Ottesen, Ashley Sholar, George Tiller, Caroline Cottingham, Stuart Crichton, Renee Do, Phillip Goodman, Robert Grand, Elizabeth Lyles, Adam Mastrodomenico, Patricia McAllister, Oliver Mears, Sarah Mifakhraee, Rebekah Murphy, Jordan Prothro, Amanda Reynolds, Lauralee Robertson, Magy Shehata, Mary Shehata, Leah Sayad, Samuel Timpa, Christopher Turansky, Spencer Bostwick, Christopher Umling, Jennifer White, Katy Woodward
Slidell—John Cefalu
Springehill—Marci McMahen, Taylor Torrence
Stonewall—Derek Fogleman
Sunset—Thomas Wartelle
Tallulah—Aaron Scamp
West Monroe—Amos Sit
Winnsboro—Kelly Reed
Woodworth—Sara Bryan

North Carolina

Lexington—Kathryn Baker

Ohio

Cincinnati—John Hafer
Circleville—Kari Patterson

Oklahoma

Chelsea—David Moss
Tulsa—Alexandra Hilsher, Virginia Mather

Pennsylvania

Holland—Christine Downes

Tennessee

Brentwood—Caitlin Cavarra
Cane Ridge—Brittany Williams

Texas

Amarillo—Jessica Sinclair
Austin—Dane Chambers, Leslie Wyatt
Bedford—Madison Durapau
Brownsville—Ruben Reyes
Burkburnett—Marissa Brown
Carrollton—Gissell Mayorga
Carthage—Katherine Shamburger
Center—Cody Andrews
Colleyville—Ashley Lamb, Quinn Larwood
Coppell—Lauren Cheaney, Shelby Epperson
Dallas—Leslie Clampitt, Beth Geis
De Berry—Kristen Cox
Euless—Gabriel Silvas
Fairview—Kristin DiGioia
Farmers Branch—Stefani Robbs
Flower Mound—Jessica Brown, Ross Gilbert
Fort Worth—Jennifer Martin, Zachary Farrar, Jonathon Richard
Hooks—Libby Bloxom
Houston—Kirk Reedstrom, Lauren Highsmith, Anna Andreen, Mary Matza,
Irving—Michael Rafferty
Lancaster—Shatoria Smith
League City—Lindsay Bekelja
Longview—Talia Crain, Rebekah Metcalf, Lisa Butler
Los Fresnos—Lucille Fliegel
Lumberton—Holly Owens
Marshall—Rebecca Skelton, Nathan Wasson
Mesquite—Ashley Helms
Pittsburg—Karen Massey
Plano—Carly Carpenter, Robert Hendricks
Richardson—Murphy Crain
Rockwall—Nicole Turner
Round Rock—Melanie Zimmerman
San Antonio—Cori Dullnig, Jenni Loer
Seguin—Albert Paterson
The Woodlands—Margaret McDonald, Christina Venditte
Vidor—Courtney Rhodes
Tyler—Carol Verbeek
Warren—Stephanie Schreiber
Weatherford—Julia Cornelius
White Oak—Alexandria Pittman

Virginia

Smithfield—Breanne Fletcher
Vienna—Lauren Larkin

Other Countries:

Bad Hamburg,Germany—Tanja Schaefer
Denmark—Mette Prang
San Pedro Sula, Honduras—Marco Rajo
Suffolk, England—Andrew Deas
Victoria, British Columbia—David McElroy
Westminister, British Columbia—Mark Rodgman


About Centenary College of Louisiana

Centenary College is a private, four-year arts and sciences college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Founded in 1825, it is the oldest chartered liberal arts college west of the Mississippi River and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Centenary is one of 16 colleges and universities constituting the Associated Colleges of the South and is regularly rated as one of the top colleges in the South. In 2008 Centenary College celebrates 100 years in Shreveport and Bossier City.

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