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61 Students Make Fall 2013 Honor Lists At Eastern

2/2/2014

Twenty-seven students at Eastern WV Community & Technical College earned President’s List honors during the fall 2013 semester, while another 34 made the Dean’s List.

President’s List honorees, who each scored a 4.0 cumulative grade-point average (CPA) while carrying at least 12 credit-hours, included 11 students from Hardy County, eight from Grant, five from Pendleton, and one each from Hampshire, Mineral and Tucker counties.

Seventeen Hardy County residents made Eastern’s Dean’s List, as did six students from Grant and Hampshire, three from Pendleton and one each from Mineral and Tucker counties. They each completed at least 9 credit-hours and achieved a minimum 3.5 GPA to earn the honor.

From Hardy County, Cassandra Ranee Crites, Jared G. Haukland and Eric Lester Putze, all of Moorefield; Jessica C. Fitzgerald, Connie Sue Mongold, and Christina Marie Runions, all of Old Fields; Alyshia Marie Crawford and Jodie Lee Funkhouser, both of Mathias; Maria Savannah Mullin of Baker; Miranda Nicol Miller of Fisher; and Kelle Renee Miller of Lost City, all earned President’s List honors last fall.

Grant County residents scoring the top honors included Hope Lorraine Bergdoll, Sabrina Kay Kesterson, Heather Nicole Miley, Anna M. Rowan, Brandy Nichole Shreve, and Paul R. Smith, all of Petersburg; and Heather Hope Thorne, and Micaela Danielle VanMeter, both of Maysville.

From Pendleton County, Tammy Rowe and Melina L. Mason, both of Franklin; Christopher Vance, of Brandywine; Debbie S. Burns, of Riverton; and Dawn E. Lockard, of Sugar Grove all earned President’s List honors.

Hampshire County’s Donald R. Oates, of Augusta; Mineral County’s Tiffany Nicole Jones, of Keyser; and Tucker County’s Jordan Lee Fenner, of Parsons, rounded out Eastern’s fall 2013 President’s List.

Eastern’s Dean List

Eastern’s Dean’s List students from Hardy County included Darrin Job Brininger, Patricia Grace Crites, Mary Mae Davis-Wilson, Stephanie Renee Haukland, Jessica L. Helmick, Heather D. Hernandez, Serena M. Hoyt, Barbara Kay See and Jennifer M. See, all of Moorefield; Samantha Fout and Roger L. Walters, both of Old Fields; Kyle Christopher Davy and Keturah S. Whetzel, both of Mathias; Kaitlyn M. Miller and Megan Renee Renner, both of Wardensville; Davida M.Wolfe, of Fisher; and Rebekah Marie Mifflin, of Purgitsville.

From Grant County, Malachi Christian Alt, Rebecca Lynn Burgess, Denisa L. Flinn, Autum Brandy Rogers, Nathan Landis Whetzel, all of Petersburg; and Alisha Lynn Hawk, of Maysville, made Dean’s List.

Hampshire countians who earned Dean’s List honors for the fall 2013 semester included Krystal S. Jones and Blake A. Saville, both of Romney; Rhonda R. Everett and Samantha J. Perando, both of Capon Bridge; and Megan Renae Amoroso and Leigh Marie Romer, both of Springfield.

Pendleton County added three students from Brandywine to Eastern’s Dean’s List, including Shinnelle M. Bjorkgren, Penni Suzanne Keplinger, and Nancy Faye Losh.

Mineral County’s Brittney M. Streets, of  Burlington; and Randolph County’s Vicki L. Cutright, of Elkins, completed Eastern’s Dean’s List last semester.

For more information about Eastern’s financial aid opportunities, programs of study, workforce training and community education, call toll free: 877-982-2322; or check the College’s website: “www.easternwv.edu”.

Serving the residents of Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Mineral, Pendleton and Tucker counties, and fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College is a comprehensive and equal opportunity community and technical college bringing the resources and assets of Education That Works to the families, communities and employers of the Potomac Highlands.