GNTC Announces President’s And Dean’s Lists For Summer Semester

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Georgia Northwestern Technical College announced the students on the President’s and Dean’s Lists for the 2013 summer semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, the student must maintain a quarterly GPA of 3.8 or higher with a course load of at least 12 credit hours. To be eligible for the Dean’s List the student must maintain a quarterly GPA of 3.5 to 3.79 with a course load of at least 12 credit hours.

President's List Students for:

Catoosa County: Benjamin Davis, John Hunter, Joseph Kiker, Ashley Winters.

Chattooga County: Stephen Anderson, Stacy Chamlee, Amanda Gonzalez, Lori Money, Ethan Nixon, Terri Noles, Shabnam Rajput.

Dade County: Tommy Cutshall, James Fulghum.

Floyd County: James Adcock, Linda Baxter, Charman Churchwell, Judith Clinard, Bradley Clonts, Valerie Cook, Caitlin Crowder, Christopher Culberson, Amber Eads, Tammy Earwood, Elizabeth Hilburn, Maurice Hines, Kayla Hughes, Twinkle Jacobson, Allison Johnson, Levi Jones, Jonathan Karpie, Benjamin Kinsey, Marla Kirksey, Tina Marshall, Douglas Mason, Rachel Matthews, Kyle McCullough, April Millsap, Mohamad Rozeb Momin, Jesse Morris, Amber Moseley, Stephanie Mulkey, Mallory Osborne, Natasha Peace, Chris Powell, Jeremy Quinn, Amanda Ray, Caitlin Ray, Ashley Ridge, Jessica Russell, Jordan Shook, David Sims, Arlita Springer, Anthony Thomas, Winton Tucker, Stacey Waters, Christy Whatley, Christy Wheeler McGinnis, Jennifer Whitley, Minnie Wilson.

Gordon County: Dana Amick, Stephanie Bonk, Savannah Boone, Sheritta Collins, Kayla Collum, Stephanie Harrod, Kayla Hollingsworth Windsor, Steve Hugghins, Walter Martin, Amy McArthur, Quincy O' Mahony, Justin Pack, Trampus Terry.

Murray County: Bryce Gibson, Cameron Godfrey.

Polk County: Leah Ashmore, Shacari Beard, Edwin Burnley, Juana Clark, Crystal Cope, Lillie Fortenberry, Amber Jones, Angela Meeks, Mari Turner, Rebecca Williams.

Walker County: Victoria Baker, Donnie Brock, Gary Bruce, Delores Cathey, Jeremy Croft, Virginia Everett, Brian Kilgo, Lori Kilgore, Darrell McNabb, Cara Neill, Steven Painter, Andrea Smith, Nora Suarez Smith, Matthew Teeters, Mindy Thompson Mendy, Lisa Varnell, Nathan Vass, Harold Williams, Kimberly Wilson, Emily Womack.

Whitfield County: Jessica Beason, Marshall Brown, Melisa Fajardo, Abigail Gibson, Jeffery Hughes, Jordan Newton, Christopher Patterson, Shanna Sanders, Bryan Stanley, Robert Stokes.

Other Counties: Kaylon Banks, Dustin Brown, Michael Burnett, Chelsea Dye, Kendall Farrenkopf, Christy Frothingham, Carmen Hagen, Joseph Horvath, Thomas Lindsey Jr., Renee Lockhart, Jolana Maule, Brandon Moon, Brenda Morgan, Courtney Morris, Wesley Norman, Mattie Pearl, Joann Sini, Katelin Stokes, Jessica Symanski, Jeffery Weaver, Peggy Wells, Louise Williamson.

Dean's List Students for:

Catoosa County: Tyler Gebelein, Katie Grove, Holly Hopkins, Cherie Massengale, Wendy Miller, Joshua Morrow, Cassidy Phillips, Amanda Pierce.

Chattooga County: Jaime Day, Timothy Dendy, Autumn Hampton, Ashley Peace, April Riggs.

Dade County: No students listed.

Floyd County: Michael Bishop, Sarah Burnette, Tiffany Clark, Mary Franco, Yolanda Garrett-Hull, Jonathan Goedert, Stacey Hall, Janice Harbison, Mekel Harper, Ellen Herren, Grace Holder, David Hornbuckle, Heather Justice, Melissa Matthews, Chris McClure, Ideria McKnight, Miriam Morris, Linda Peace, Gina Scoggins, Matthew Scoggins, Alonzo Shedrick, Justin Shepard, Risha Stallings, Edwin Strickland, Jermaine Wright.

Gordon County: Samuel Dantonio, Anna Hayes, Marcus Hill, Leigh Anne Little, Marketa Nicholson, Heather Rapp, Fabrice Sainton, Christopher Satterfield, Hannah Schubert, Melissa Spears, Aaron White, Chinajeauw Williams.

Murray County: Lana Edwards, Breanna McCullough, David Milloway, Kristen Satterfield, Jeremiah Thomas, Larry Watson.

Polk County: Jennifer Allen, John Fain, Kameron Forrister, Amy Ingram, Jessica Johnson, Monica King, Jonathan May, Stephanie Owenby.

Walker County: William Adams, Michael Glenn, Logan Hendricks, Kevin Lilly, Autumn Lively, Melissa Loveless, Tiffany Nevins, Christopher Pledger, Davina Ritch, Daniel Sheppard, David Tate, Martha Wheeler.

Whitfield County: Jose Garcia, Kyle Hale, Mark Hammontree, Barbara Harris, Shade Nix, Oscar Reyes, Cenaida Sosa.

Other Counties: Jadda Armer, Buffy Barnette, Gina Brown, Monique Brown, Alan Cain, Whitney Cole, Melinda DeWind, Brooke Franklin, Deborah Green, Naoko Hall, Stacy Hedges, Brandy Kelley, Darnita Kemp, Leslea King, Stephanie Locke, Brittney Lockridge, Jessica May, Cybil Mullinax, Timothy Murner.



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