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STUDENTS NAMED TO PRESIDENT’S, DEAN’S LISTS – SPRING ’11

by | May 26, 2011

Bluefield College has released its President’s and Dean’s Lists for both traditional and inSPIRE degree completion students for the spring 2011 semester.

Eighty-six BC students were named to the President’s List for earning a grade point average (GPA) between 3.9 and 4.0 during the spring semester, while 99 students were named to the Dean’s List for earning a GPA between 3.5 and 3.8.

Among those students earning placement on the spring 2011 President’s List with a 3.9 to 4.0 GPA:

Kimberly Alcorn, Anchorage, AK

Larry Ammann, Mineral, VA

Liberty Angel, Buena Vista, VA

Mi Hyun Bell, Bluefield, VA

Cody Bentley, Castlewood, VA

Rachel Blosser, Halifax, VA

Sean Blunt, Locust Grove, VA

John Boatwright, Manakin-Sabot, VA

Elton Broadnax, Freeman, VA

Tracy Caldwell-Gore, Richmond, VA

Cassandra Carter, Palmyra, VA

Richard Case, Bristol, VA

Ashley Clampitt, Chillhowie, VA

Erica Coleman, Vansant, VA

Jacob Coleman, Falls Mills, VA

Beverlie Connor, Roanoke, VA

Rachael Cook, Troutville, VA

Andrew Cumbow, Abingdon, VA

Repersha Cummings, Richmond, VA

Amanda Davis, Tazewell, VA

Mary Davis, Christiansburg, VA

LeAnn Deel, Maxie, VA

Shannon Denton, Tazewell, VA

Holly Dillon, Bluefield, VA

Heather Dillow, Troutville, VA

Kristy Dotson, Austinville, VA

Mark Dunn, Richmond, VA

Courtney Dutton, Abingdon, VA

Donese Elligan, Glen Allen, VA

Pheola Epps, Richmond, VA

Johnthan Evans, Fredericksburg, VA

Keith Filer, Bluefield, WV

Denise Fletcher, Manassas, VA

Lydia Freeman, Bristol, VA

Marland Funk, Ivanhoe, VA

Brittany Garton, Gordonsville, VA

Karen Gent, Orange, VA

Sally Goebel, Bluefield, WV

Megan Hardison, Yorktown, VA

Hunter Harrison, Bristol, VA

Travis Hayton, Bluefield, VA

Paula Hevner, Fredericksburg, VA

Shellie Ingraham, Rock, WV

Todd Jackson, Shawsville, VA

Jacob Johnson, Tazewell, VA

Joseph Johnson, Tazewell, VA

Christopher Johnson, Manassas, VA

Keri Joyce, Cedar Bluff, VA

Robert Kennedy, Chesapeake, VA

Jabe Largen, Dublin, VA

Amber MacDonald, Beckley, WV

Lisa May, Danville, VA

Stephen Melhorn, Bellbrook, OH

Emily Minter, King George, VA

John Musser, Stephens City, VA

Kristin Neal, Bluefield, VA

Tracey Newman, Orange, VA

David Peppler, Powhatan, VA

Paul Perry, Milford, VA

Paul Poff, Roanoke, VA

Rachel Price, Bluefield, VA

Constance Ragsdale, South Hill, VA

Emily Reynolds, Falls Mills, VA

Brittany Rhoton, Gate City, VA

Keisha Royal, Christiansburg, VA

Michael Saylors, Christiansburg, VA

Emily Sears, Hinton, WV

Evan Sherman, Newport, PA

Jessie Shupe, Mineral, VA

Yvonne Sigman, Bastian, VA

Erica Singleton, Emporia, VA

Kelsee Smith, Saltville, VA

Karen Spangler, Pearisburg, VA

Hannah Spicer, Rocky Gap, VA

Felicia Stretcher, Henrico, VA

Samantha Sturgill, Chilhowie, VA

Tammy Taylor, Richmond, VA

Susan Thacker, Collinsville, VA

Dana Thierry, Glen Allen, VA

Kelly Thompson, Cloverdale, VA

Stefany Turner, Dublin, VA

Breanne Vencill, Tazewell, VA

Katie Warren Princeton, WV

James Warren, Richmond, VA

Laura Whittington, Pounding Mill, VA

Elizabeth Wright, Ashland, VA.

Among the students earning placement on the spring 2011 Dean’s List with a 3.5 to 3.8 GPA:

Jonathan Abbott, Charles City, VA

Kimberly Amos, Rocky Mount, VA

Rose Angell, Salem, VA

Jarred Angles, North Tazewell, VA

Brooke Bailey, Bluefield, WV

Carolyn Barrett, Tappahannock, VA

Jeremy Bartlett, Bluefield, WV

Lyndsey Barton, Vinton, VA

Wallicia Baskerville, South Hill, VA

Cynthia Bentley, Bumpass, VA

Bethany Blankenship, Wayne, WV

Melinda Blume, Forest Hill, WV

Kasandra Board, Rocky Mount, VA

Jennifer Bohannan, Merrimack, NH

Kristin Brown, Bluefield, WV

Alexandria Carter, Sinks Grove, WV

Nancy Castellon, Richmond, VA

Samantha Corker, Spotsylvania, VA

Darion Cox, Blacksburg, VA

David Cruise, Blacksburg, VA

Cheznee Daily, Mooresville, NC

Allison Deel, North Tazewell, VA

Andrew Dickerson, Santa Clara, CA

Kalyn Dolan, Gladys, VA

Tammy Doss, Blacksburg, VA

Grace Drake, Bradenton, FL

Yeda Duarte, Bluefield, VA

Donna Edelen, Manassas, VA

Hallie Elder, Brookneal, VA

Leah Elswick, Tazewell, VA

Stephen Fields, Chilhowie, VA

Kara Georgiades, Virginia Beach, VA

Casey Germain, Troutville, VA

Janice Gillis, Lawrenceville, VA

Patricia Goebel, Bluefield, WV

Daniel Gough, Bristow, VA

Kathryn Green, Bland, VA

April Guynn, Hillsville, VA

Brian Hackett, Spotsylvania, VA

Angel Hackney, Grundy, VA

Emilie Hagee, Bastian, VA

Matthew Hall, Powhatan, VA

Kevin Harding, Dublin, VA

Barry Harman, Vinton, VA

Stephanie Helbert, Wytheville, VA

Angela Highlander, Hampton, VA

Kurtillius Holmes, Fairfax, VA

Curtistina Hostetter, Roanoke, VA

DuyThanh Huynh, Richlands, VA

Lee James, Hopewell, VA

Celia Jones, Brookneal, VA

Rebecca Kidd, Richmond, VA

Ryan Lambert, Parsonsburg, MD

Regina Landreth, Dublin, VA

Ethan Lewis, Powhatan, VA

Kevin Li, Chesapeake, VA

Bethany Liddle, Galax, VA

Rae Linkous, North Tazewell, VA

Heather Looney, Bastian, VA

Jessica Looney, Bastian, VA

Hilfi Martinez, Woodbridge, VA

James McClain, Blacksburg, VA

David McCown, Lebanon, VA

Michael Messier, Haymarket, VA

Jo An Montano, Roanoke, VA

Maurice Morgan, Richmond, VA

Jessica Moroles, Houston, TX

Sandy Motyleski, Woodbridge, VA

Antwuan Murphy, Riverdale, GA

Sheena Neal, Tazewell, VA

Kimberly Neel, Bluefield, VA

Heather Paisley, Troutdale, VA

Hannah Parobek, Lower Burrell, PA

Rebecca Perry, Newark, DE

Lauren Pillow, Chesapeake, VA

Richard Poindexter, Roanoke, VA

Felicia Powell, Chesterfield, VA

Jacqueline Puglisi, Winchester, VA

Cynthia Richards, Roanoke, VA

Anthony Roper, Boya, VA

Jennifer Rush, Christiansburg, VA

Katherine Santschi, Fredericksburg, VA

Melissa Schaefer, Dunkirk, MD

James Shelton, Pounding Mill, VA

Wesley Simms, Chesapeake, VA

Elliot Snow, Bluefield, VA

Sarah Stevens, North Tazewell, VA

Jennifer Stokes, Vinton, VA

Travis Stoots, Sugar Grove, VA

Ashley Strickland, Galax, VA

Kimberly Talley, Chesapeake, VA

Tewodros Tamene, Grundy, VA

Tammy Taylor, LaCrosse, VA

Nancy Wheeler, Midlothian, VA

Rachel Williams, Evington, VA

Aries Wilson, Fredericksburg, VA

Emily Wingfield, Gloucester, VA

Tiana Wood, Glen Allen, VA

Danielle Workman, Princeton, WV.

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