(January 3, 2011)

Contact: Rick DelaHaya, Centenary News Services, 318.869.5073

253 named to Fall 2010 Dean's List

SHREVEPORT, La. (Centenary News Service) — A total of 253 students at Centenary College of Louisiana have been named to the Fall Semester 2010 Dean's List, according to Dr. Michael Hemphill, 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 2010 Dean's List are listed by their home countries/states and cities, as follows:

France

Vitry-En-Artois — Camile Carpentier

Hong Kong

Kowloon — TszYing Crystal Kwan

United Kingdom

Londonderry — David Gallagher

Arkansas

Alexander — Jeridan Green
Little Rock — Taylor Pahls
Maumelle — Jessica Lieblich
Mountain Pine — Jordan Gurren

Colorado

Aurora — Sarah Weiler
Colorado Springs — Justine Kemp
Louisville — Eren Corapcioglu

Florida

Delray Beach — Jackson Blankstein

Georgia

Rome — Gregory Jackson

Indiana

Indianapolis — Bethany Kern

Kansas

Leawood — Laura Immenschuh
Logan — Michaela Berg

Louisiana

Alexandria — Anna Medica, Melanie Queen, Cady Redman, Matthew Weidner
Anacoco — Megan Davis
Baton Rouge — Hollis Clark, Corinne Cormier, Janet Linschoten, Lauren Moore
Ball — Anita Escott
Benton — Christopher Goetz, Paige Hewlett, Richard Moore
Bossier City — Brandi Candler, Malari Coburn, Kathryn Correro, Jennifer DeLancy, Jamie Dyche, Ryan Elledge, Monique Finley, Tyler Gardner, Michael Hoppe, Jacob Jennings, Caitlin Kennedy, Thomas Keys, Amanda Krentzel, Dallas Krentzel, Tia Landrum, Lauren Lee, Ashley Lynch, Joshua Phillips, Wells Audrey Russell, Arielle Schulman, Gaurav Shah, Hannah Shirley, Amanda Spangler, Jenna Squyres, Brittany Theuret, Catherine Walsh, Brandon Winningham
Calhoun — Brandon Sepulvado
Covington — Stephanie Boyd, Sarah Sihvonen
Deridder — Krista McKinney
Deville — Elizabeth Dilks
Greenwood — Lea Richmond
Gueydan — Lea Hair
Hammond — Isadora Bickham, Kyle Kraemer
Haughton — Linda Bird, Wesley Carlisle, Erik Champney, Sarah Hoffnung
Harahan — Randall Schmidt
Hodge — Madalyn Allen
Houma — Jonathan Carrere
Keithville — Bailey Boggs
Kinder — William Bruchhaus
Lake Charles — Bonnie Bernard, Anna Connell, Kayla Klaus, Camryn Miller, Austin Price, James Riley, Samantha Snyder, Julie Vaughan, Rennie Walker
Lafayette — Eric Ball, Michelle Junot, Emily McManus
La Place — Taylor Atkinson
Livonia — Chelsea David
Luling — Riley Adams
Mandeville — Christine Cumming, Katherine Greene, Lauren Kloepfer, William Trimble
Mansfield — Anh Dao Tran
Metairie — Allison Jones, William Leonard
Minden — Mallory McConnell
Monroe — Julie Butler, Katie Caldwell, Madeline Fechter, Scott Myers, Macy Stockton, Stephen Whipple
Mooringsport — Deon Wadsworth
Oakdale — Rachel Richardson
Pineville — Alicia Ivanic, Hope Vollm
Ponchatuola — Manoah O'Dell
Saint Amant — Jason Harris
Saint Francisville — Ryan Sparks, Taylor Sparks
Shongaloo — John Callen
Shreveport — Summayah Anwar, Noor Azzawe, Payton Bannon, Lyndsay Bertrand, Crystal Birdsong, William Bowers, Regina Brown, William Burnham, Sergio Cananzi, Harry Chiang, Leah Dark, Kaitlin Davis, Renee Do, Kelly Dunnigan, Olesya Ekshyyan, Gregory Ewing, Lindsey Fileccia, Kristopher Free, Gerhardt Funk, William Gaston, Erica Glidewell, Micah Goodwin, Robert Grand, Samantha Gray, Rebecca Gruettner, Brenton Gryder, Kenneth Guin, James Hall, Kathryn Hardey, Lanita Holmes, Cameron Hughes, Kendall Hughes, Ashley Jackson, Katie James, Stafford Johnson, Nadine Kaskas, Keely Kitchura, Todd LaFarlette, Alexandra Larsen, Caitlin Lindsay, Kristy Lopez, Ada Loridans, Maria Luraguiz, Charles Madden, Merwin McCrady, Ashley McHugh, David Micinski, Thien Ly Nguyen, Julie Norman, Roumta Odisho, Michael Reeks, Ruben Reyes, Freddricka Richardson, Jordan Ring, Grace Robinson, Lauren Rogers, Nicolette Rogers, Amy Schimschock, Katherine Sexton, Christopher Turansky, David Volentine, John Walsh, Randall White, Sarah Wilkes
Slidell — John Cefalu, Fortunato Padua, Amanda Price, Emily Slazer
Springhill — Marci McMahen
Sterlington — Priscilla Hawthorne
Sulphur — Thomas McMurry
Vivian — Jacob Sullivan
Winnsboro — Kelly Reed

Massachusetts

Clinton — Maille Vetros
Marstons Mills — Jesse Gilmore

Ohio

Cincinnati — Phyllis Hafer

Oklahoma

Antlers — Mary Guerrant
Tonkawa — Heather Wensler
Tulsa — Anne Farrell, Virginia Mather

Tennessee

Memphis — Melody Smith

Texas

Austin — Matthew Blam, Caleb McSorley
Bellaire — Matthew Keus
Cedar Hill — Jihad Elaydi
College Station — Garrison Liles
Conroe — Bethany Nutall
Coppell — Ryan Christianson
Dallas — Sarah Merino, Peter Stark, Colleen Watts
De Berry — Timothy Magill
Elgin — Kathlyn Rivers
Fairview — Kristin DiGioia
Flower Mound — Laura Loy
Fort Worth — Zachary Farrar
Frisco — Kristen Stevenson
Garland — Ian Osteen
Georgetown — Tamara Mayer
Granberry — Katherine Ball
Grapevine — Caitlin Neese, Kyndal Rose
Henderson — Joel Livsey
Houston — Anna Andreen, Lauren Highsmith, Crystal Hong, Jessica Hunter, Sara Patronella, Megan Webber, Ericka Vazquez
Irving — Raphael Asenime
Jasper — Marcie Ratcliff
Katy — Catharine Depew
Kaufman — Ashley Boccaccio
Kingwood — Ruth Litwinowicz, Logan Lowery
Lindale — Charles Ray
Longview — Talia Crain
Lufkin — Amanda Proctor
McKinney — Jordan Pope
Midland — Aurora Owen, Jeffrey Schaffert
Mineola — Marcos Rodriguez
North Richland Hills — Erika Lunsford
Plano — Anthony LeBlanc, Matthew Pittman
Richardson — Cara Lamb
Richmond — Lauren Lassiter, Bonnie Matak
Santa Fe — Kayla Tibaldo
Spring — Margaret Crowley, Everett Grimley
Southlake — Laura Huning
Sugar Land — Christopher Sullivan
Temple — Diane Lee, Alyssa Zawieja
The Colony — Elizabeth Rosselli
The Woodlands — Michael Schwandt

Virginia

Vienna — 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 373 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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