Black Hawk East College honor roll


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Posted Online: Feb. 05, 2005, 11:00 pm
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KEWANEE -- The following local students were named to the Fall 2004 Honors Lists at Black Hawk College, East Campus:

High Honors List (3.75 to 4.00 gpa) --

Alexis -- Kathy Hale-Johnson.

Alpha -- Abigail Rutledge.

Annawan -- Matthew Hyett.

Cambridge -- Brad Boelens, Briana Smith, Donna Stohl, Marissa Stohl and Sandra Williamson.

East Moline -- Seneca Munos.

Galva -- Gretchen Almquist, Bethann Breuer, Nathan Byers, Burgundy Carl, Amanda Gerard, Edward Leaf, Steven Love, Molly Marchand, Ryan McCurdy, Evan Miles, Heather Polen, Shelly Sunquist and and Christina Wilson.

Kewanee -- Karen Anderson, Michael Berry, Tyler Bickett, Shelley Blanks, Amanda Borseth, Lacasta Britt, Shohn Busald, Travis Carlson, Jennifer Carman, Kelli Chalet, Jared Chester, Robin Ferns, Donald Forbes, Brianne Foster, Bethany Franke, Steven Franklin, Allyson Bish, Edith Goldring, Amanda Gray, Andrew Greenhagen, Rosena Guerrero, Elizabeth Haben, Pamela Hall, Katie Hambley, Joni Harden, Laura Horn, Kaley Johnson, Melanie, Kilstrom, Brandon Kopp, Heather Lauter, Nicholas Lempke, Breeann Lewis, Katy Loibl, Jason Lotz, Jennifer Lucas, Michael Merritt, Sherry Moon, Peggy Murphy, Deborah Ostrowski, Valerie Paxton, Stephanie Peak, Stephanie Pratt, Megan Quaka, Ryan Sagmoen, Melinda Shimmin, Paul Skaggs, Crystal Summy, Julie Swedman, Jamie Tanzillo, Corrine Thayer, Justin Vanstechelman, Laticia Vanstechelman and Maribeth Verscha.

Oquawka -- Jessica Johnson.

Prophetstown -- Timothy Anderson.

Viola -- Megan Miles and Chandra Williams.

Honors List (3.50 to 3.74 gpa) --

Aledo -- Jonathan DeClerk.

Alpha -- Aaron Anseeuw, Emily Colburn, Kelby Lanning and Kelsey Schultz.

Annawan -- Bryce Hemphill.

Atkinson -- Kyle Verstraete.

Bishop Hill -- Morgan Hepner, Alec Rabas and Monica Rogers.

Cambridge -- Michael Johnson and Alyssa Krueger.

Galva -- Erin Atkinson, Scott Burton, Dean Claussen, Rachel Collinson, Jim DeCrane, Katie Dillon, Richard Ellis, Brianna Grau, Rick Hopkins, Tyler Johnston, Bart Lemons, Rachel Mallery, Joanna Schullian and Ashley Wyant.

Geneseo -- Cody Lichthardt.

Kewanee -- Sandra Altizer, Matthew Anderson, Victoria Anderson, Amie Beadles, Linda Brislawn, Andrea Ceja, Matt DeClerq, Tia DeMoss, Cheyenne Dunn, Phil Good, Jody Hayter, Lynn Heberer, Bobbi Jacob, Chance Jones, Carl Klein, Cody Linville, Erin McCommons, Heidi Moody, Mary Nielsen, Amy Osborne, Debra Partridge, Lori Rogers-Erickson, Michelle Snider, Donald Sunday, Carl Trenkamp, Natalie Tunney, Jennifer Tye, Jesse Wagner, Dennis Weber, Lindsey Weber and Denise Wright.

Morrison -- Jonathan Brackemyer.

New Windsor -- Cole Sims.

Orion -- Thomas Hutchinson.

Rapids City -- Valerie Schneider.

Rock Island -- Sherri Aufderheide.

Woodhull -- Brad Horn.
















 




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