Florence Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

  • July 2nd, 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 Florence area:


ATHENS — Jeremy Vinston Bailey, Nikki Leigh Hively, Joshua M. McDonough, Henry Dennis Prater, Holly C. Radford, Wesley Douglas Reynolds, Laura Kei Simmons, Megan S. Sullivan

COURTLAND — Amber J. Diggs

FLORENCE — Luke H. Breland, Walter McNeil Campbell, Jana Lynn Corl, Jennifer R. Gamble, Katherine M. Garner, Robin P. Grimes, Lindsey Ann Hayes, Tyler Glenn Holden, April Elizabeth Irons, Laura Elizabeth Mitchell, Mary Blanche Neese, William Key Norvell, Anderson G. Renaud, Joshua Ty West, Wesley K. Winborn, Jonathan W. Wright

KILLEN — Katherine S. Gamble, Joseph Daniel Seay, Andrea Elizabeth White, Andrew A. Yerbey

MUSCLE SHOALS — Lindsey A. Smith

ROGERSVILLE — Gabriel Neal Belue, Jennifer Lynn Burt, Christopher J. Franks, Jessica Ann Hancock, Nathaniel Floyd Kuykendall

SHEFFIELD — Lisa A Easterling,

TOWN CREEK — Alison Lynn Hutto

TUSCUMBIA — Jesse R. Cash, Brian Ray James, Lloyd Beaudoin Waldrep

WATERLOO — Summer Brook Dowdy


ATHENS — Chase R. Brown, Laura E. Carroll, Kelly Susan Caudle, Leslie Kathryn Christopher, Kelly Amanda Chronister, Kathryn Lillian Davis, Stephanie Jean Ford, Jessica Brooke Haney, Melessa D. Hood, Tonya Danielle Johnson, Laura E. Lott, Alison Lynn Robison, Heather Dawn Scott, Jay M. Sims, Mary L. Strain, Thomas Lloyd Turpin, Janet Leigh Waggoner

ELKMONT — Anna L. Rich

FLORENCE — Ashley E. Alexander, Jessica Lauren Allen, Alan Michael Allgood, Sara Elizabeth Allgood, Amber Nicole Armstrong, Heather S. Bryan, Adam Michael Byram, Steven B. Cauthen, Thomas Ryley Darby, Kyndell L. Dempsey, Sarah C. Grover, Ankit Gulati, Daniel John Hanbery, Elizabeth Anne Hoekenga, Justin Trent Holt, Adam Sterlin Hooper, Amber Leah Houke, Melissa Ann Hyde, Bryant Jackson Isom, Benjamin Daniel Killen, Benjamin Randall Little, Jessica Lee Lovelace, Mark A. Magrini, Michael Joseph Mauter, Tyler S. Morrow, Kimberly Alyson Olive, Jordan Karl Pounders, Kristen M. Ragland, Andrea L. Seabol, Angela R. Sonego, Laura Leigh Taylor, Zachary Chase Thompson, Robert Hue Wallace III, Sarah E. Wickwire, Richa L. Wilson, Alyshia S. Woods

KILLEN — Nicholas D. Beadle, Gabriel C. Kelley, Krista Leigh Ray, Evan Rogers, Jason Paul Spires, Lauren Rachel Watson

LEXINGTON — Chase R. Davis, Adam Zachary Mitchell, Michael Jason Reed, Neda Nicole Smith

MOULTON — Joseph L. Dutton, Lauren Brittney Peebles

MUSCLE SHOALS — John R. Campbell, Whitney M. Davis, Melissa Diane Ellett, Nina R. Evans-Young, Ashley Sharee Flanagan, Leigh A. Gilchrist, Meredith J. Gilchrist, David Wayne Holt, Ashley E. Jordan, David W. May, Jamie Melissa McLendon, Kaylie B. Patrick, April Danielle Pitts, Terrence Macarthur Pugh, Jessica Brooke Spurgeon

ROGERSVILLE — Janette Susan Dura, Ryan G. House, Deanna L. Thomas

RUSSELLVILLE — Rebecca K. Bauer, Randall K. Mansell, Sonequa C. Martin, Kerby L. Seay

SHEFFIELD — James Andrew Bernard, Johnathan Patrick Keenum, Kathryn Brooks Mason, James Paul Rogers, Kelly Elaine Whisenant

TANNER — Melanie R. Bridgeforth

TOWN CREEK — Courtney Lane Tate

TUSCUMBIA — Ashley Amanda Armstrong, Jennifer Kae Bishop, Carri A. Flanagan, Heather C. Gargis, Jacob A. Hester, Daniel McCollum, Jennifer M. Wallace, L. Kathryn Wilbanks


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

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