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August 2, 2013

Oklahoma State releases spring 2013 honor rolls

STILLWATER — A total of 4,973 students were named to the 2013 spring semester honor rolls at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, including 1,771 students named to the President's Honor Roll for all “A” grades.

Full-time undergraduate students who completed 12 or more hours with a grade point average of 4.00 were placed on the President’s Honor Roll, and students with a grade point average of 3.50 or higher with no grade below a “C” were placed on the Dean’s Honor Roll. President Honor Roll designates and are indicated by an asterisk.

Students listed on the O.S.U. honor rolls from Edmond include: Michelle Bernadette Accardi, Paige Victoria Albert*, Lindsay Meredith Allenbach*, Jacob William Allison*, Jared Austin Allison*, Kelsey Lynn Anderson*, Prescovie O’Neillier Anderson, Aubrey Ann Atherton*, Hana Marie Avey, Hayley Christine Baie, Michael Joseph Baier*, Shea Karen Bailey, Jessica Lauren Barber, Nicole Marie Barnes, Lucy Mae Bates*, Laura Kathleen Bell*, Alexa Leigh Berlemann*, Emily Christine Bertels, Mitchell Lee Bertrem*, Jared Ryan Bishop*, Billy Jerad Blundell, Allison Marie Bonner*, Lauren Nicole Bouse, Meredith Jane Bown, Jaden Mylinh Boyles, Logan Owen Brauser, Brenna Kristine Brawner*, Patrick Hunter Bright, Rori Ann Buresh, Michael Kenneth Butler, Connor Leland Cain, Leslie Scott Caldwell, Nathaniel Ray Calvert, Ashley Rose Cardwell, Aiden Marie Carmichael*, Michael Alan Carpenter*, Sylvia Thomas Carrell*, Emily Marie Carro, Jennifer Paige Carter*, Nikki Nicole Cassar, Erin Elizabeth Chancey*, Hallie Dawn Chilcutt*, Morgan Alis Clark, Katie Lee Cole, Kelly Nicole Cooke, Margaret A. Cottingham, Kye Stuart Courtright*, Hannah Elizabeth Coury, Morgan Lynn Craft, Blake Allen Crawford, Lexi Ann Culver*, Michelle Louise Danser*, Ashton Alexandra Davidson, Brookelyn Annette Davidson*, Catherine Melissa Davis, Charles Remmers Decker, Pali Madison Demuth, Sammy Clarke Dowds, Eric Emerson Dresser, Gavin O. Duberstein, Charlotte Ashley Dumesnil*, Robert Edward Dunlap*, Christopher Scott Easterly, Stephanie Louise Easterly*, Cody Tyler Edmonds, Emily Ann Ellis*, Kayley Michelle Ernst*, Kevin Allen Ernst, Kody Alexander Ewing*, Caitlin Elizabeth Fabian, Matthew McClain Farley*, Meredith Williams Farley*, Taylor A. Farris, Eric Taylor Fleet*, Emily Caroline Fortenberry, Alexander James Fox*, Brendan Joseph Fox, Laura Ruth Fox,*, Kelsie Elizabeth Freeman, Meredith Siobhan Marg Gallagher, Taylor Francis Galvin*, Anna E. Geary*, Chase Allen Gibson, Ashley Diane Gilliland, Joshua Paul Gleason*, Kelsey Nicole Glover*, Jack Thomas Gochenour, Taylar Sheree Goike*, Mollie Paige Goodbary*, David Bryan Goodpasture, Megan Nicole Gray, Taylor Andrew Griffin*, Tyler Scott Gruenbacher, Kaitlyn Alise Haas*, Allison Elaine Haddican, Alexandra E. Hall, Jacob Duane Hall, Morgan Elizabeth Hammock, Lauren Marie Hampton*, Ryan Maurice Hanson*, Dustin Kent Harris, Jennifer Jenee Harry, Jessica M. Harry, Mary C. Heath, Callie Lynn Heerwagen, Ashley Marie Heidenreich, Katie Michelle Heitman*, William Arthur Hendrickson, Erick Jay Heng, Elizabeth Rose Herzig, Courtney Ann Hesser, Lauren Elise Higginbotham*, Nathan Howard Hillis, Kevin Reid Hinton, Samuel David Hitchcock*, Matthew Lee Hobbs*, Shelby Allyn Holcomb, Alexandra Manning Holloway*, Rusty Lee Holzer, Ashley Nicole Hoobler, David James Hooper, Michael Christian Hooper*, Madison Clare Houghton, John Mark Howard*, Daniel Austin Huff*, Tucker Glen Huston, Katie Nicole Hutchinson, Stephanie Louise Ingraham, Kelly Elizabeth Jackson, Aaron Jameson Jech*, Timothy Bryan Jennings, Mark William Jensen*, Taylor Cheyenne Jordan, Jessica Elizabeth Kamp*, Ashlee Delese Keenum*, Susanna Marie Keethler*, Kenya Haley Kelly, Kaci Lynn Kennedy*, Joonup Kim, Ashlyn Danae King*, Hayden Ryan King, Jonathan Bryan Kropfinger, Rachel D. L’Heureux*, Kristin A. La Gree, Kyle Eric Lake, Ragan Collier Land, Shelby Lynn Landes*, Blake Alexander Leforce, Baylee Page Leibold, Macall Leslie, Lewis Conrad Letton, David Campbell Liles, Brentley A. Lindsey*, Russell Charles Lissuzzo, Ashley Marie Loney*, Kyle Anthony Long, Ashley Claire Lovero*, Kelsey Renee Lyle, Connor David Mack, Steven Hayes Maddox, Logan Daniel Magill, Michelle Erin Mahoney, Lauren Marie Mandrino, William David Mantor, Lindsey Paige Marczewski*, Morgan Elizabeth Martinez, Catie Renae Mathis*, Tara Ann Maule, Dana Paris McDaniel*, Caitlin Janette McGee, Molly Allison McGee*, Sarah Kim McKiddy, Wade Foster McLanahan*, Laura Marie McNutt, James Nicholas McReynolds, Baleigh Ellen Means, Claire Elise Meyers, Chelsey Suzanne Miller*, Marykate Elizabeth Miller*, Zachary A. Miller*, Matthew McCree Mitchell, Garrett Logan Molinsky, Megan Nicole Montgomery, Ryan S. Moser*, Ryan Andrew Murry, Sarah Marie Myers, Ryan M. Nale*, Kristen Kay Nashert, Kyle Alexander Nichols, Emily Lauren Northcutt, Evan Michael Novotny, Jeff K. Noyes, Madison Shea O’Meara, Renee Michelle Ondak*, Brandon Philip Parduhn, Jake Irl Park, Lyndsay Jean Parks, Jeffery Cole Parsons*, Alyssa Marie Pasquini*, Karla Mikaela Paulk, Carlie McKay Pearson*, Brett Daniel Pendergrass, William Nicolai Perkins III, Chandler Leigh Phillips, Jennifer Michelle Poole, Natalie Michelle Price, Jordan Cole Rafter, Collin Thomas Ragusa, Alecia Beth Rains, Janey Lynne Rapp, Dale Jonathan Ratheal, Chelsea Michelle Reed*, Christie Jo Reed, Reagan Diane Reed, Jacob Ryan Resnick, Joshua Daniel Rich, David Trenton Riley*, Alexander Michael Rindels, Brandon Douglas Roberts, Claire Michelle Roberts, Matthew Glen Robertson*, Joel Leigh Robidoux, Chelsea Lynn Robinson*, Rachel Lynne Robison*, Cody Raye Rodriguez, Kevin D. Roehm, Joseph Paul Rosencrans, Ashley Rene Roswell,  Stephanie Elizabeth Roy, Kent Brandon Samples, Annie Rebbeka Scheffe, Chelsey Taylor Schimmels, Kara Schlesinger*, Eric Michael Schneider, Caitlin Nicole Scott, Christopher Wayne Scott*, Hope Inez Sears, Tyler James Sharp, Sarah Elizabeth Shepherd, Claire Marie Sigler, Brandon Arthur Silver, Alexander Mitchell Smith, Anna Lynn Smith, Kelli Elizabeth Smith, Lauren Makay Smith, Mia Lauren Solomon*, Tyler Henry Souther*, Gregory Kyle Spinner, Peyton Parris Stacy, Kristin Elizabeth Stanberry*, Keith Brandon Startz, Cory Geoffrey Stetson, Jacob William Stivers, Janae Gabrielle Stockton, Jeremy Austin Storm, Ryan Ellis Tatum*, Samuel Neal Tipton, Kathryn Michelle Tomlinson, Lauren Elizabeth Tower*, Alexandra Courtney Towler, Kathryn Elizabeth Tubbs*, Kahtryn Elizabeth Tubbs*, Kiara Da’Shaun Turner*, Hannah Elizabeth Underwood, Leah Sherlynn Underwood, Amanda Leigh Utt*, Franklin James Van Beckum, Claire NIcole Van Beek, Elizabeth Hanna Van Meter, Paige Elaine Vanderwiele, Ella Catherine Voss*, Kenzie Brienne McGraw Wahl, Michael Trevor Wallace, Corbin Griffeth Walters, Calvin Harrison Warner*, Logan Jay Washbourne*, Rachel Nicole Watkins, Jacob Nolan Weatherford, Ashley Nicole Webb*, Kevin Sean Webb*, Abigail Mae Wedel, Jordan Alexandra Welch, Benjamin Jacob Wellington, Kylee Michelle Wells, Erin Elizabeth West*, Michael Phillip Whaley, Philip Ray White*, Alexander Lee Wiard, Emily Nicole Wilkerson, Reed Austin Williams, Shelby Dian Willingham*, Karlyn Brianne Willis and Kristen Michelle Willis.

Students living in Deer Creek named to the Dean’s and President’s honor rolls include: Michael Kirk Alberts, Christopher Lee Allison, Chad Thomas Archibald*, Lauren Shea Brixey*, Kody Alexander Ewing*, Daniel Reaves Helton, Ashley Nicole Hoobler, Austin Daniel Huff*, Timothy Bryan Jennings, Kenya Haley Kelly, Shelby Lynn Landes*, Lewis Conrad Letton, Brentley A. Lindsey*, Michelle Erin Mahoney, Lauren Marie Mandrino, Tara Ann Maule, Conner Benjamin Moslander, Michelle Renee Ondak*, Collin Thomas Ragusa, Chelsey Taylor Schimmels, Summer Page Schuelein, Loralyn Mary Ellen Werkmeister*, Shelby Dian Willingham*, and Brittany Camala Wright.

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