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Florence Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A total of 3,485 students enrolled during the spring 2005 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 (all As).

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 2005 lists include the following UA students from the Florence area:


ATHENS-Lauren E. Ford, Jessica Brooke Haney, Henry Dennis Prater, Holly C. Radford, Laura Kei Simmons, Thomas Lloyd Turpin

FLORENCE-Ashley E. Alexander, Luke H. Breland, Thomas Ryley Darby, Jennifer R. Gamble, Robin P. Grimes, Haley E. Heupel, Tyler Glenn Holden, Ashley E. Joiner, Carrie A. Murphy, Laurie K. Nelson, Laura Leigh Taylor, Tyler T. Thompson, Wesley K. Winborn, Jonathan W. Wright

KILLEN-Lauren A. Akin, Alan Michael Allgood, Andrew A. Yerbey

LEXINGTON-Michael Jason Reed

MUSCLE SHOALS-Timothy R. Morgan, Erica A. Sanders, Austin D. Shirey

ROGERSVILLE-Jennifer Lynn Burt, Deanna Lynn Thomas

TOWN CREEK-Courtney Lane Tate

TUSCUMBIA-Heather C. Gargis, Meredith J. Gilchrist, Emily B. Howard, Amanda Jo Thompson


ARDMORE-Aaron Daniel Blackwell

ATHENS-Diana L. Bacon, Leslie Kathryn Christopher, Kelly Amanda Chronister, Melanie Kate Dunn, Stephanie Jean Ford, Tamara Harris, Jeremy M. Hawkins, Alison N. Long, William E. McCartney, Joshua M. McDonough, Brittany R. Morgan, Joshua E. Rooker, Joseph W. Stephenson, Megan S. Sullivan, Janet Leigh Waggoner, Jordan Winn

COURTLAND-Amber J. Diggs

FLORENCE-Amber Nicole Armstrong, Ashlee M. Austin, Adam Brandon Burchell, Leann Brooks Burgess, Walter McNeil Campbell, Sidney O. Collins, Abby L. Couch, Jenna L. Dempsey, Katherine M Garner, Rebecca M. Henderson, Elizabeth Anne Hoekenga, Adam Sterlin Hooper, Joseph N. Hooper, Amber Leah Houke, April Elizabeth Irons, Brittney D. King, Jana K. Mitchell, Laura Elizabeth Mitchell, Patricia C. Mitchell, Ellie Richardson Morgan, Ashley E. Moseley, Tara L. Oakley, Stephanie Leigh Phillips, Jordan Karl Pounders, Cory P. Roberts, Timothy Philip Wakefield, Joshua Ty West, Richa L. Wilson, Alyshia S. Woods

KILLEN-Nicholas D. Beadle, Tracy L. Clemmons, Jenifer L. Gamble, Katherine S. Gamble, William Mason Jones, Krista Leigh Ray, Haley Brook Rutledge, Shalon Neal Sledge, Lauren Rachel Watson

LEIGHTON-Justin Clay Aday, Kyle N. Myhan

LEXINGTON-Jonathan Bradley Hill, Tyler Steven Littrell, Adam Zachary Mitchell

MOULTON-Corey B. Britton, Kendall R. Cooper, Joshua D. Hood

MUSCLE SHOALS-Pamela R. Burns, Heather D. Crowe, Whitney M. Davis, David W. May, Carrie L. Mitchell, Kaylie B. Patrick, Garrett L. Shirey, Lindsey A. Smith, Jessica Brooke Spurgeon

PHIL CAMPBELL-Meagen Alyce Glasgow, Krysta L. Graben, Jonathan K. Odom

RED BAY-Ryan H. Barksdale

ROGERSVILLE-Mark T. Davis, Rebecca K. Bauer, Heather Estelle Crowder, Margaret R. Garrard, Dustin P. Hatton, Randall K. Mansell

SHEFFIELD-Lisa A. Easterling, Tyler B. Keenum, Kayla W. Love, Kelly Elaine Whisenant

TUSCUMBIA-Jesse R. Cash, Leigh A. Gilchrist, Whitney L. Gullett, Brodie T. James, Kristen Leigh Mance, Caroline E. Underwood, Lloyd Beaudoin Waldrep, L. Kathryn Wilbanks

The University of Alabama, a student-centered research university, is experiencing significant growth in both enrollment and academic quality. This growth, which is positively impacting the campus and the state's economy, is in keeping with UA's vision to be the university of choice for the best and brightest students. UA, the state's flagship university, is an academic community united in its commitment to enhancing the quality of life for all Alabamians.