(January 7, 2009)

Contact: Rick DelaHaya, Centenary News Services, 318.869.5073

Centenary College Names 260 to Fall 2008 Dean's List

SHREVEPORT, La. – A total of 260 students at Centenary College of Louisiana have been named to the Fall Semester 2008 Dean's List, according to Dr. Darrel Colson, Provost and Dean of the College. Students on the list are from 18 states and seven 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 fall semester.

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

Arizona
Tucson—Aleksandra Kasztalska

Arkansas
Fort Smith—Shannon Stoddard
Hamburg—James Atkins
Hot Springs—Ashley Deatherage
Little Rock—Anna Maris, Dayna Mosley, Taylor Pahls
North Little Rock—Stacey Bowers
Mountain View—Zachary Moffett

Colorado
Aurora—Sarah Weiler

Florida
Apollo Beach—Kendra Norman

Georgia
Kennesaw—Whitney Daugherty

Louisiana
Abbeville—Susan Edwards
Alexandria—Anna Medica, Christopher Turregano
Anacoco—Cara Miccoli
Athens—Hannah Moore
Baker—Matthew Blanchard
Bastrop—Mindy McKoin
Baton Rouge—Jacob Dawson, Jason Kay, Janet Linschoten, Kyle McGimsey, Mark Moehle, Courtney Myers, Christine Paxton, Kaitlyn Westerhaus
Benton—Stephanie Beauvais, Travis Thompson
Bossier City—Daniel Antee, Haley Bassett, Brandi Candler, Brooke Carrier, Malari Coburn, Stephanie Daigle, Jennifer DeLancy, Monique Finley, Michael Haydel, Jacob Jennings, Dallas Krentzel, Rebecca Lehr, Nikki Mattson, Jessica Pfanner, Joshua Phillips, Amanda Robinson, Dakota Robinson, Katherine Ross, Gaurav Shah, Colleen Smith, Jenna Squyres, Rachel Stevens, Naomi Will, Kenneth Womack, Anne Zapczynski
Breaux Bridge—Arielle Latiolais
Calhoun—Brandon Sepulvado
Covington—Sarah Sihvonen
Deville—Jessica Cosenza
Duson—Deborah Hill
Grand Cane—Elizabeth Huff
Haughton—Linda Bird, Wesley Carlisle, Kathryn Craigo, Danielle Dupree, Charles Eddy, Todd Johnson, Jessica Jones
Hodge—Madalyn Allen
Houma—Jonathan Carrere
Keithville—Douglas Sullivan
Lake Charles—Andrew Buller, Madeline Burgoyne, James Hudson, Austin Price, Benjamin Scalisi, Samantha Snyder
Lafayette—Eric Ball, Emily McManus, Allison Tharp, Blaine Wilson
Livonia—Chelsea David
Luling—Riley Adams
Mandeville—Christine Cumming
Mansfield—Anh Dao Tran
Marrero—Sarah Savage
Metairie—Watson Copeland, William Leonard
Minden—Timothy Johnson, Kelsey McConnell, Mallory McConnell, Rebecca McMahen, Susann McMahen, Leslie Williams
Monroe—Carrie Jones, Sarah Kuruvilla, Donna Nelson
Natchitoches—Michelle Holt
New Iberia—Allison Cormier
Patterson—Sara Carpenter
Pineville—Alicia Ivanic, Ashley Rawson
Ponchatoula—Andrew Osborn
Ruston—Emily Brazzel, John Ramsey
Shongaloo—John Callen
Shreveport—Venera Alidema, Allie Anderson, Ahman Azzawe, Tamara Barlow, Spencer Bostwick, William Burnham, Emma Cook, Caroline Cottingham, Amanda Cowley, Stuart Crichton, Danielle Crouthers, Leah Dark, Tyler Davis, Bryan Day, Allen Degges, Renee Do, Lorna Dopson, Kelly Dunnigan, Magy Eskander, Shelby Gillen, Phillip Goodman, Robert Grand, Samantha Gray, Tracy Grissom, Kathryn Hardey, Minhtam Ho, Janie Hogan, Ashley Jackson, Stafford Johnson, Sunil Kaimootil, Seva Kostelanetz, Sunny LaGrone, Richard Lopez, Elizabeth Lyles, Kyle Martin, Adam Mastrodomenico, Rachel McConnell-Switzer, Colin Miller, Sarah Mirfakhraee, Rebekah Murphy, James Nolan, Alexa Phillips, Leslie Postles, Jordan Prothro, Ruben Reyes, Lauralee Robertson, Leah Sayad, Mary Saylor, Vivian Schafer, Amy Schimschock, Katherine Sexton, George Tiller, Samuel Timpa, Truc Tran, Matthew Wallace, Jennifer White, Randall White
Sibley—Matthew Bumgardner
Saint Amant—Jason Harris
Saint Francisville—Jennifer Pate, Ryan Sparks
Slidell—Emily Slazer, Chun Yang
Springhill—Taylor Torrence
Stonewall—Derek Fogleman, Sophia Tolliver
Sunset—Thomas Wartelle
West Monroe—Caitlin Kennedy, Amos Sit

Massachusetts
Clinton—Mallie Vetros

Michigan
Midland—Jeffrey Schaffert

Mississippi
Ocean Springs—Leah Tennyson
Tupelo—Gregory Anderson

New York
Binghamton—Bethannie Bowie

North Carolina
Wilmington—Riane Frasher

Ohio
Cincinnati—John Hafer
Circleville—Kari Patterson

Oklahoma
Chelsea—David Moss
Tonikawa—Heather Wensler
Tulsa—Virginia Mather

Puerto Rico
Guaynabo—Diego Martin

South Carolina
Hanahan—Lindsey Dodd

Tennessee
Brentwood—Caitlin Cavarra
Cordova—Candace Rushing

Texas
Alleyton—Stephen Tromblee
Alvin—Caitlin Cunningham
Arlington—Jihad Elaydi
Austin—Kate Buchanan, Dane Chambers
Bedford—Travis Hill
Bellaire—David Fitzgibbons
Burkburnett—Marissa Brown
Carthage—Katherine Shamburger
Colleyville—Ashley Lamb, Quinn Larwood
Coppell—Lauren Cheaney, Nicole Clifton
Dallas—Beth Geis
Diboil—Allison McClain
Euless—Gabriel Silvas
Fairview—Kristin DiGioia
Flower Mound—Jessica Brown
Fort Worth—Zachary Farrar, Marissa Teauseau
Garland—Alysha Wallace
Georgetown—Tamara Mayer
Henderson—John Bonner
North Richland Hills—Erika Lunsford
Hooks—Libby Bloxom
Houston—Anna Andreen, Andrea Edgley, Lauren Highsmith, Kirk Reedstrom, Colton Robey, Natasha Sebeyran
Huntsville—Jessica Marquart
Irving—Michael Rafferty
Lancaster—Shatoria Smith
Longview—Brianne Anders, Talia Crain
Los Fresnos—Lucille Fliegel
Lumberton—Holly Owens
Marshall—Jacob Bates, Nathan Wasson
McKinney—Jessica Garza
Mesquite—Ashley Helms
Odessa—Hillary Phillips
Paris—Garrett Vick
Plano—Anthony LeBlanc
Richardson—Kristin Boesch, Murphy Crain
Roanoke—Jason Billie
Rockwall—Nicole Turner, Emily Willet
Rogers—Ashley Dolezel
Sachse—Virginia Yates
Seabrook—Catherine Donnelly
Sherman—Rachel Phillips
Stafford—Scott Gibbs
Temple—Alyssa Zawieja
Warren—Stephanie Schreiber
Weatherford—Julia Cornelius
White Oak—Alexandria Pittman
The Woodlands—Christina Venditte

Washington
Kent—Aaron Bronson

Other Countries
Aurora, Ontario, Canada—Evan Magill
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada—Leigh Newton
Croix, France—Remy Catelain
San Pedro Sula, Honduras—Marco Rajo
Kwai Tsing, N.T., Hong Kong—Yuen Wah Sin
Pokfulam, Hong Kong—Kwan Yuet Kwok
Gockhausen, Switzerland—Jules Bourgon
Harare, Zimbabwe—Mark Weeber


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 celebrated 100 years in the Shreveport and Bossier City communities.

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