(December 23, 2009)

Contact: Rick DelaHaya, Centenary News Services, 318.869.5073

Centenary College Names 274 to Fall 2009 Dean’s List

Students honored represent five countries abroad and 18 states

SHREVEPORT, La.—A total of 274 students at Centenary College of Louisiana have been named to the Fall Semester 2009 Dean's List, according to Dr. Daniel N. Keck, Interim Provost and Dean of the College. 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 2009 Dean's List are listed by their home states/countries and cities, as follows:

France

Dunkerque—Caroline Fournier

Honduras

San Pedro Sula—Marco Rajo

Montenegro

Niksic—Natasa Draganic

United Arab Emirates

Dina Abo-Zahrah
Reem Abo-Zahrah

Zimbabwe

Harare—Mark Weeber

Arkansas

Alexander—Jeridan Green
Maumelle—Jessica Lieblich
Little Rock—Taylor Pahls
North Little Rock—Stacey Bowers
Texarkana—Ryan Brown

California

Vista—Richard Imperiali
San Jose—Alexander Todd

Colorado

Colorado Springs—Justine Kemp

Florida

Apollo Beach—Kendra Norman
Orlando—Rebecca Jordan

Georgia

Kennesaw—Whitney Daugherty
Suwanee—Makensie Lant

Indiana

Indianapolis—Brianna Kern

Kansas

Leawood—Laura Immenschuh

Louisiana

Abbeville—Susan Edwards
Alexandria—Cady Redman, Christopher Turregano, Anna Medica
Anacoco—Cara Miccoli
Anthens—Hannah Moore
Ball—Anita Escott
Baton Rouge—Jacob Dawson, Chelsi Hefner, Mary Wygle, Janet Linschoten, Mark Moehle, Rachel Harper
Benton—Stephanie Beauvais, Paige Hewlett
Bossier City—Haley Bassett, Brooke Carrier, Jacob Jennings, Thomas Keys, Amanda Krentzel, Dallas Krentzel, Luke Lisherness, Joshua Phillips, Amy San Pedro, Gaurav Shah, Rachel Stevens, Brandi Candler, Malari Coburn, Jennifer DeLancy, Jamie Dyche, Monique Finley, Denver Green, Colin McRea, Jenna Squyres, Catherine Walsh, Anne Zapczynski
Calhoun—Brandon Sepulvado
Covington—Stephanie Boyd
Denham Springs—Dana McGee
Dequincy—Stephanie Barrow
DeRidder—Krista McKinney
Destrehan—Michael Naquin
Duson—Deborah Hill
Elm Grove—Garrison Tubbs
Greenwood—Lea Richmond
Hammond—Kyle Kraemer
Haughton—Linda Bird, Wesley Carlisle, Kathryn Craigo, Charles Eddy, Todd Johnson
Homer—Susann McMahen
Houma—Sarah Duet, Jonathan Carrere
Lafayette—Emily McManus, Allison Tharp, David Williams, Eric Ball
Lake Charles—Kayla Klaus, Austin Price, Samantha Snyder, Catherine Hathaway
La Place—Leslie Forest
Livonia—Chelsea David
Luling—Riley Adams
Mandeville—Lauren Kloepfer, Christine Cumming
Mansfield—Anh Dao
Marrero—Sarah Savage
Maurice—Jennifer Landry
Metairie—William Leonard
Minden—Kenneshea Allums, Mallory McConnell, Brittany Richardson, Ashley Twyman, Leslie Williams
Monroe—Sean Brazeel, Madeline Fechter, Sarah Kuruvilla, John Webb, Julie Butler, Macy Stockton
Opelousas—Raven Veillon
Pineville—Holly Moore, Ashley Rawson
Ponchatoula—Manoah O’Dell, Andrew Osborn
Port Allen—Maureen Alford
Ruston—Emily Brazzel, John Ramsey
Saint Amant—Jason Harris
Saint Francisville—Jennifer Pate, Ryan Sparks, Taylor Sparks
Shreveport—Flannery Barlow, Lorna Dopson, Shelby Gillen, Sunil Kaimootil, Sunny LaGrone, Kristy Lopez, Ruben Reyes, Leslie Schepp, Laura Spencer, Payton Bannon, Lindsay Bertrand, William Burnham, Jane Busher, Anuj Chaniyara, Bryan Day, Kelly Dunnigan, Samantha Gray, Rebecca Gruettner, James Hall, Katie James, Rachel Switzer, Peter Parrish, Michael Reeks, Allie Anderson, Sergio Cananzi, Stuart Crichton, Renee Do, Gerhardt Funk, Phillip Goodman, Robert Grand, Brenton Gryder, Michael Hiller, Stafford Johnson, Nadine Kaskas, Alexandra Larsen, Maria Luraguiz, Charles Madden, Kyle Martin, Rebekah Murphy, Katherine Norgard, Alexa Phillips, Morgan Randall, Bradlee Robertson, Grace Robinson, Lauren Rogers, Nicolette Rogers, Katherine Sexton, David Volentine, Matthew Wallace, Jack Waterman, Randall White, Spencer Bostwick, Austin Dail, Taylor Hairston, Jonathan Martin, Jeffrey Oberley, Danna Leary, Ahmad Azzawe, Amjad Azzawe, Noor Azzawe, Leah Dark, Andrew Wood, Erica Glidewell, Minhtam Ho, Kendall Hughes, Colin Miller, Christopher Morgan, Jordan Ring, Andrew Bowers, Merwin McCrady, Benjamin Williams,
Shongaloo—John Callen
Slidell—Cassandra Cloutet, Adam Pennington, Emily Slazer
Springhill—Marci McMahen, Taylor Torrence
Sulphur—Courtney Hawkins
Tallulah—Aaron Scamp
West Monroe—Caitlin Kennedy
Winnsboro—Kelly Reed

Massachusetts

Clinton—Maille Vetros

Maine

Cornish—Lindsey Monds

Michigan

Midland—Jeffrey Schafert

Mississippi

Long Beach—Corey Davis
Ocean Springs—Leah Tennyson

North Carolina

Lexington—Kathryn A. Baker

Oklahoma

Broken Arrow—Kelly Fossard
Chelsea—David Moss
Tonkawa—Heather Wensler
Tulsa—Virginia Mather

Tennessee

Brentwood—Caitlin Cavarra
Cordova—Candace Rushing
Franklin—Lauren Carlton
Memphis—Melody Smith

Texas

Aledo—Rebekah Bogdanoff
Austin—Dane Chambers, Caleb McSorley
Baytown—Kay Simon
Bedford—Jacob Jones
Bellaire—David Fitzgibbons
Buda—Michelle Christmas
Cedar Hill—Jihad Elaydi
Colleyville—Brittany Blackwell, Quinn Larwood
Coppell—Lauren Cheaney
Crockett—Cannon Earp
De Kalb—Jessica Lee
Elgin—Kathlyn Rivers
Fairview—Kristin DiGioia
Flower Mound—Jessica Brown, Laura Loy
Frisco—Kristen Stevenson
Fort Worth—Zachary Farrar, Marissa Teauseau
Georgetown—Tamara Mayer
Grapevine—Caitlin Neese
Highland Village—Logan Cathcart
Hooks—Libby Bloxom
Houston—Lauren Highsmith, Anna Andreen, Megan Webber
Humble—David Burch
Irving—Michael Jarboe
Jasper—Marcie Ratcliff
Katy—Catharine Depew
Keller—John McHugh
Kingwood—Ruth Litwinowicz
Longview—Talia Crain
Los Fresnos—Lucille Fliegel
Marshall—Allison Shepperd, Joy Lyons
Mesquite—Ashley Helms
Mineola—Marcos Rodriguez
North Richland Hills—Erika Lundsford
Plano—Rachel Grinnell, Matthew Pittman
Richardson—Bonnie Cook, Kristin Boesch, Cara Lamb
Rockwall—Emily Willet
Rogers—Ashley Dolezel
San Antonio—Allannah Cortes
Santa Fe—Kayla Tibaldo
Sherman—Rachel Phipps
Southlake—Laura Huning
Spring—Margaret Crowley, Everett Grimley
Temple—Alyssa Zawieja
Texarkana—Laila Al-Dubais
The Colony—Elizabeth Rosselli
Tomball—Micah Threadgill
Tyler—Carol Verbeek
White Oak—Alexandria Pittman
Wichita Falls—Zachary Cowsert

Virginia

Vienna—Christina Fellows, Lauren Larkin

Washington

Yakima—Justin Kraft


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 has been recognized as “One of the Best 371 Colleges” by the Princeton Review and one of “America’s Best Colleges” and one of “America’s Best Private Colleges” by Forbes.com. In 2008 Centenary College celebrated 100 years in Shreveport and Bossier City.

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