Dothan Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

  • July 8th, 2004

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A total of 3,369 students enrolled during the spring 2004 term at The University of Alabama made the Dean’s List with academic records of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or above, or the President’s List with academic records of 4.0, announced Dr. Judy Bonner, UA provost and vice president for academic affairs.

The Dean’s and President’s Lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or undergraduate students who take less than a full course load.

The spring 2004 lists include the following students from the Dothan area:

PRESIDENT’S LIST (4.0 GPA)

ANDALUSIA — Steven Barrow Barlow, Rebekah L. Wilkes

COLUMBIA — Christopher Douglas Odom

DALEVILLE — Rachel Lynn Holland

DOTHAN — Benjamin E. Dean, Phillip Jordan Dean, Lindsay Michelle Faircloth, Barbara Jean Flowers, Marion Lothrop Hanahan, John David Hughes, Christie Danielle Ingram, Michael E. Ingram, Thomas Jason Laska, Christopher A. McNutt, Amy Lauren Oakes, Rebecca Catherine Oldfield, Lacey Nicole Valeska

ELBA — Stephanie Christina Sasser

ENTERPRISE — Katie Elizabeth Boyd, Kathryn Diane Buck, Jennifer Lynn Fine, Laura Elaine Pangallo, John Carey Tomberlin II

EUFAULA — Sunny Leigh Battle, Christine Bainbridge Jaxon

GENEVA — Jared Brian Galloway, Natalie N. Mitchum, David Nathan Simmons

GORDON — Matthew Golson Kiser

LOUISVILLE — Jennie M. Beaty

NEWTON — Mandalyn P. King

NEWVILLE — Mary Allison Taylor

OPP — Laura Lee Bundrick, Betsy S. Prior

OZARK — Elizabeth Carroll Bearden, Jason Daniel Chesser

SLOCOMB — Johna Kay Register

TROY — Katherine Lee Bassett, Mary E. Bassett

DEAN’S LIST

ABBEVILLE — Elizabeth E. Phillips

ANDALUSIA — Beth Ann Brannon, Whitni Pouncey

ASHFORD — William Reid Strickland

CHANCELLOR — Jeffrey Curt Howell

CLAYTON — Brady F. Jackson

DALEVILLE — Bruce L. Blair, Matthew Frank McLin

DOTHAN — Joe C. Ausley II, Courey A. Averett, Bethany Suzanne Bedsole, Alyson Lane Bennett, Lynsey Anne Bullard, Joel D. Bundy, Judith Lea Burnett, Stephen Wesley Carpenter, Amber Joy Cato, Christopher T. Clark, Deavours W. Clark, Tina Denise Duke, Brandon W. Evans, Abby C. Fields, Anna M. Fields, Jennifer A. Jenkins, Patrick Douglas Jones, Lindsay Nicole Lee, Katherine Elizabeth Lester, Jessica Laura McLean, Marlene’ L. McNutt, Justin Ryan Sheffield, Katherine Lynn Soppet, Michael B. Spitler, Meghan Brooke Woodham

ENTERPRISE — Sarah B. Ellis, Lindsay L. Hall, Lisa K. Hundley, John Warren Marsh, Kristen Leigh Taylor, Sharon Marie Wasden

EUFAULA — Kendra Guilford, Samuel A. Lemaistre, John West Martin Jr., Kayce N. Peel, Jason L. Repp

GENEVA — Karol L. Fleming, Jack Byron Shehee, Melanie Michelle Simmons, Rafael Devon Tyrues

HEADLAND — Lynsey M. Nowell

LOCKHART — Kathryn Amanda Bryan, Kimberly N. Craig

NEW BROCKTON — Lauren Rachel Allums

OPP — Ashley M. Johnson, Patti A. McKown

OZARK — Brittany N. Amuso, Jerrod Keith Bowman, Rebecca Suzanne Carroll, Roy L. Fuqua III, Lisa M. Kochanski, Ray H. McLaughlin Jr., Sarah V. McLaughlin, Anne Myree Shillabeer, Steven D. Turnbull

RED LEVEL — Amanda Michell Baker, Mary Anne Taylor

SLOCOMB — Lindsey Blair Andrews, Lee Andrew Jones

TROY — Magan Danielle Anderson, Holly Lynn Graham, Meredith L. Griffin, Patricia A. Howard, Amy Elizabeth Hudson, Lydia Ruth Yancey

WING — Joshua E. Elliott

Contact

Linda Hill, UA Media Relations, 205/348-8325, lhill@ur.ua.edu

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