- Cullman, Alabama


September 7, 2012

Wallace State students named to president’s and dean’s lists

CULLMAN — HANCEVILLE — Wallace State Community College in Hanceville recognizes 265 students named to the President’s List and Dean’s List for the Summer 2012 semester. To earn a spot on the Wallace State President’s List, students must maintain a perfect 4.0 GPA for the semester while taking a course load of at least 12 hours. Placement on the Dean’s List is awarded to students maintaining a 3.5 GPA or higher.


There were a total of 133 students included on the President’s List this summer:

Addison: Shanda Anders

Albertville: Michael Taylor

Allgood: Anthony Grigsby

Altoona: Junior Rigsby, Wanda Rigsby

Arab: Mary Childers, Samantha Dupuis, James Griffin, Dustin Poole, Adam Ridgeway, Lindsey Slaughter, Mary Wilson

Athens: Keith Rowe

Baileyton: Malorie Pitts

Birmingham: Cynthia Davison, John Gadbois, Vanessa Isong, Quinterian McConico

Blountsville: Kathy Bromblow, Elizabeth Dawson, Kevin Goble, Michael Green, Stetson Murphree

Boaz: Chiquita Umphrey

Bremen: Dennis Butts, Mark Chapman, Collin Uhlar

Cleveland: Kaylee Ensley, Jason Justice, James Lowery, Meagan Shelton

Crane Hill: Elizabeth Martin

Cullman: Mandi Bagwell, Tyler Burks, Rachel Cornelius, Randy Culbreath Jr., William Frost, Dustin Fullilove, Floyd Goddard, Susan Hackney, Christopher Heatherly, Julia Jones, Chris Jordan, Donnie Lawrence, Gregory Leipert, Frances Letson, Cristan McClellan, Mark McKinney, Brady O’Rear, B.J. Owens, Justin Pattillo, Scarlett Pyle, Shane Sivley, Jesse Stefan, Gerald Towns, Jessica Tubbs, Sybil Tubbs, Jeffrey Tucker

Danville: Perry Byrd

Decatur: Brian Huckabee, Jennifer Kilpatrick, Jamie Wilson

Dora: Angela Romine

Double Springs: Karen Taylor

Empire: Bruce Johnson Jr.

Falkville: Kevin Penich

Florence: Amanda Shelton

Gadsden: Gemi Fassina, Kasey Marlow

Gardendale: Jessica Beall, Joshua Lawson, Jason Ray

Hanceville: Calvin Armstrong, Ricky Cason Jr., Janna Fendley, Theresa Fields, Maegan Fowler, Nathan Fowler, Joshua Freeman, Ashley Hill, Brian Kirby, Maureen McEneany, Rhonda Nall

Hartselle: Angela Brooks, Anthony Hood, Rachael Staudt, Kenneth Terry, Shane Wieke

Hayden: Lori Arnold, Luke Brooks, David Johnson, Marilyn Poremba, Melissa Wood

Houston: Joshua Riddle

Huntsville: Daniel Brister, Bobby Strickland

Jasper: Johnna Baker, Steve Martin, Cristal Underwood, John Wilson

Joppa: Taylor Bowen

Laceys Spring: Kelsey Abbott

Locust Fork: Mavon Copeland

Logan: Gary Johnson

Midfield: Brandon Moss

Oneonta: Samuel Hollis, Joel Kirk, Romaldo Nunez-Garcia, Angela Spann, Rachel Watson, Charles Whited

Palmerdale: Patricia Weathers

Remlap: Thomas Poss

Russellville: Andrea Scott

Scottsboro: Enrique Jose

Trafford: Cindy Maddox

Union Grove: Matthew Whisenant

Vinemont: Joshua Black, Kyle Cornelius, Walter Eads III, Kandisa Hammond, Robert Hester, Mark Lowrey, Briana Monfort, Erek Rayl, Kevin Rodgers

Warrior: Calvin Esslinger, Chastity Moona, Sonya Payne, Jana Rotton

Charleston, SC: Jamal Baldwin

Newport News, VA: Najee Davis

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