The University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A total of 615 students enrolled during the summer 2001 term at The University of Alabama made the Dean’s List with academic records of 3.50 (on a 4.0 scale) or above, or the President’s List with academic records of 4.0, announced Dr. Nancy Barrett, 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 summer 2001 lists included the following students from the Tuscaloosa area:

PRESIDENT’S LIST (4.0 GPA)

BERRY – Kimberly Michael Richardson

BRENT – Margaret Michelle Dowdle

COKER – Matthew Wayne Richardson, Steven Mark Shelton

COTTONDALE – Kevin Daniel Carden, Jason Edward Golden, Shannon Bowen Jones, Shelly Vanita Skelton

FAUNSDALE – Martha Garland McKee

FAYETTE – Sarah Dusten Newman

FOSTERS – Kelly Renee Watson

GREENSBORO – Andre Howard

NORTHPORT – Jennifer Nicole Bogucki, Daniel Wayne Bray, Robert N. Brendlinger III, Jennifer Caroline Carney, Daniel Thomas Gear, Lucy Ann Hester, Susan Jill Jones, Jessica Marie Kornegay, Tracy Cheek Logan, Michael Maurice Mettee, Ann-Marie Peirano, Jonathan Randall Shaddix, Erin Seale Stripling, Timothy Joseph Summerlin, Casey Leigh Swindle

SULLIGENT – Tammy Renee Crawford

TUSCALOOSA – Marcio Albuquerque, Amy Rebecca Aultman, Oren Eliahu Azrad, Rex David Bailer, Catherine A. Brewer, William Milam Cain, James Scott Casper, Phillip B. Davidson Jr., James Horace Dougan, Eric Larson Fladstol, Jerry Wilton Fretwell, John Michael Geary, Shelley Hope Gilbert, Rebecca Lynn Givens, Paul Anthony Glover, Belinda Sooying Green, Rachel Allison Guy, Shelly Sue-Ann Hammond, Christopher Jason Harrelson, Justin Franklin Harrison, Terri Jean Hunnicutt, Jennifer O’Shannon Jackson, William Michael James, Blakely Ryan Johnson, Valarie J. Jones, Judyth Elisabeth Kitson, Deborah Mai, Alline Aylia McKee, Julie Benton Nelson, Felix Khay Ng, Walter Lee Patton, Ashley Michelle Rettig, Lana Kay Sproles, Jennifer Kim Stierwalt, Marianne H. Todd, Melody Marie Twilley, Lawrence Michael Vinyard, Aaron Louis Walter, Greg Stuart Wiggins, Jonathan Brandt Wilson, David H. Woodall.

DEAN’S LIST

ALICEVILLE – Victoria Barnes

BANKSTON – Charlana Ruth Bonner, Cassie Wyers Locke

BELK – Jon William Welsh V

BERRY – Theresa Berry

BRENT – Christina Hollifield

CARROLLTON – Thomas Edward McDaniel, Joseph Donald Richardson

CENTREVILLE – Phil Abeline Adams III, Joseph Collins Johnson

COATOPA – Monyetta Nicole Nation

COTTONDALE – Kellie Joy Allen, Jennifer Ann Brown, Daniel Valayat Drennen, Robert Clinton Fikes, Alan Lee Gurganus, William Wesley Nolen

DEMOPOLIS – Patrick Gray Agee, Jennifer Lynn Hodge, Kevin Heath McKenzie

DETRIOT – Emily Harriette Northington

DUNCANVILLE – David Eugene Hibbets, Cory Wayne Stevenson

ETHELSVILLE – Bridgette Denise Singleton

EUTAW – Altreece Denise Snoddy

FAYETTE – Elizabeth Nicole Campbell, Christina Marie Di Blasi, Jennifer N. Killingsworth

GORDO – Timmy Scott Brasher, Kristy Marie Earnest

GREENSBORO – Tracy Evone Borden

LIVINGSTON – Mary Adams Tartt

MILLPORT – David Ray Homan, Lisa Camilla Newman

NORTHPORT – Joseph M. Anders, Robert Lee Bailey II, Tamera Jo Barkey, Misti Donnelly Barnes, Donnie Ray Beams, Adam Carter Brown, Theresa Marie Burnette, Melanie Rose Carroll, Kristy Lynn Conroy, Kandy M. Fortson, Stephanie Lynne Green, Anita Brewer Jones, Joseph Michael McComb, Misty Lee Nix, Valerie Louise Powell, Regina Westbrooks Simpson, Stephan Blake Skelton, Mary Kathryn Wier

REFORM – Justin Michael Owens

SULLIGENT – Haley Ann Ray, Anderia Chevon Truelove

TUSCALOOSA – Shin Akatsuka, Khalid Shareef Al-Hosani, Yvonne Marie Alonso, Elizabeth Lynne April, Kyesha Luree Bailey, Keitra Rai Beach, Andrew Woodward Beck, Stacy Lashay Bishop, Henry Wallace Blizzard, Susan Michelle Boatner, Anneliese Christine Bolland, Russell Kane Burnette, Amanda Kay Caldwell, Alison E. Campo, John Chiu, Charles Jerome Cochran, Steven Michael Colella, Susanna Kate Coleman, Paris Eugene Cranor, William Joshua Culver, Chad Hays Daniel, Annaleigh Davis, Douglas M. Davis, Terry Rodger Douglas, Naomi Louise Elliott, Carl Tilman Etheredge Jr., Lane Ann Fitzgerald, John Allan Gamble, Catherine Michele Gambrell, Charles Russell Gambrell, Anita Fondren Gilliland, Andrew James Grundhoefer, Benjamin Michael Harris, Amy E. Hewitt, Joseph Spencer Hodnett, Grady Morgan Holder, Rikkia Holmes, Melonye Deldreda Hood, Matthew James Howells, Kevin Shawn Hubbard, Susan Diane Hughes, Lindsey Marie Hunnicutt, Jared Kent Jackson, Jill Renee Jackson, Michael Allen Jones, Jared Garner Kallunki, Tammy Sue Killingback, Elizabeth Faith Kincaid, Kipp Wilson Koeppel, Hirohito Koyama, Shelley Renee Kurasaka, Elizabeth Ashley Lake, Dakarai Gerrard Larriett, Jenny W. Lee, Erwin Mykale Lewis, William Jason Lipscomb, Tzu-Yin Liu, Alicia Yvette Madison, Donna Jean Martin, Julie Anne McClusky, Alanna Patricia McCorkle, Edward A. Merrell III, Christopher Morris Messervy, Kimberly Averette Michael, Aaron Wallenberg Miller, Michael Glenn Moss, Stephen Christoper Myrick, Edward Bradshaw Nevin, Patricia Nicole Piggott, Everett Cameron Powell, John Stuart Rabon, Shelina Kay Remkes, Monica Renee` Richey, Joseph Charles Robbins, Tulia Laticia Robinson, Brandy Lashay Rushing, Yukio Sasaki, Stacia Leigh Self, Juliet Emmaline Shanrock, Lisa Lynn Slee, Knegleshia Meon Smothers, Lasamuel Duvale Stallworth, Jenny Enslen Stubbs, James Allen Thomas, Melinda Emily Thomas, Kellie Michelle Tittle, Kristin Renay Waters, Michael Lance White, Vickie Delois Wiggins, Melissa Jo Williamson, William Raymond Wilson, Lisa Marie Young

WEST BLOCTON – Anthony Collins, Amber Lynn Williamson

WOODSTOCK – Gerald Lee Cobern.

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