Samford students make deans list
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 17, 2007
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Many Shelby County residents were named to the dean&8217;s list for the fall semester at Samford University.
The students are, from Alabaster, Amanda Sweden Holcombe, Alysia Evelyn Housey and Andrew Curtis Searles; from Calera Sarah Elise Clark; from Chelsea,
Aaron Leah Davis, Howard Dabney Phillips and Amanda Ruth Vaughn; from Columbiana, Joseph Earley Macon; from Helena, James Clinton Bell, Brandon Lee Gordon, Jenee&8217; Ann McBee and Eden Lynn Richardson; from Indian Springs, Meredith Carroll Cloyd; and from Montevallo, Brittany Morgan Gilliland.
Making the Dean&8217;s list from northern Shelby County were Matthew Wesley Ams, Maria Michelle Boackle, Andrea Michelle Brobst, Gloria Elisabeth Butler, Braxton Allen Carrigan, Lindsay Kate Clark, Calli Melissa Davis, Dawn Jean DeCastro, Lauren Elizabeth Dominescy, Martha Ellen Donze, Stephanie Misa Elliott, Amy Lauren Gilbert, Morgan Ashley Glasscock, Briana Brooke Gray, Scarlett Stephenson Harrington, Erin Elizabeth Jackson, Leslie Nichelle Johnson, Stacey Lyn Jovanovich, Kandice Paige Kelley, Nathaniel Patterson Lisenbee, Alexandra Dorothea Mahrt, Jason Michael Martin, Laura Elizabeth McComb, Lauren Teal McDermott, Holly Anna Morgan, Julie Mariea Piazza, Nicholas Anthony Piazza, Kelly Marie Pittman, Matthew Scott Robertson, Jennifer Lynne Smith, Amanda Marie Tapley, Kathryn Leigh Tawbush and Claire Elizabeth Woods.
Named to the dean&8217;s list from Pelham were Melanie Suzanne Fox, Jessica Marie Garner, Jason Jeffrey Hill and Lee J. Ross, Jr.; from Riverchase, Sandra Stephanie Aguilar, Jessica Renee Brush, Matthew James Godfrey, Sherlyn Ann Gold, Kara Shea Graves, Lori B. Hill, Timothy James Martin, Meredith McKay Rodgers and Christopher Stephen Smith; from Sterrett, Derek David Merriman, Laura Suttles Merriman, Samuel Hayden Riley and Jonathan Bradley Whited; and from Westover, Wanda J. Dimon.
To qualify for the honor, a student must have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0 while attempting at least 12 credit hours of coursework