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Tuesday, January 28, 2003

Moreton named youth of the month

Andrew Moreton, a senior at Central High School, has been named the February Exchange Club Youth of the Month.

He is the son of John and Nancy Moreton of Cape Girardeau and is co-president of the Central Student Senate.

He is co-captain of the Tiger swimming and diving team, has participated in Central's cross country team for four years and is a four-year varsity letterman in swimming.

He is a National Merit Commended Scholar and is a member of the National Honor Society, the Beta Club and the Letterman's Club at Central.

He is a member of Young Life and an Eagle Scout in Troop 5. He attends St. Mark Lutheran Church.

Area students named to college dean's lists

Jonathon P. Ressel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ressel of Kelso, Mo., was named to the dean's list for the fall 2002 semester at Central Methodist College in Fayette, Mo.

Lance Trankler of Jackson was recently named to the dean's list at Linn State Technical College in Linn, Mo. Trankler is majoring in industrial electricity. To be named to the dean's list, students must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA and attend full-time.

Craig Ringwald of Cape Girardeau was among 1,619 students at Murray State University in Murray, Ky., to be named to the dean's list for the fall 2002 semester.

Bonnie Essner, daughter of Robert P. and Karla Essner of Kelso, Mo., was named to the fall 2002 semester dean's list at Loyola University in Chicago.

Essner is a psychology major enrolled in Loyola's honor program, and is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and PSi CHI.

She is a 2000 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School.

Nathan Essner, son of Robert P. and Karla Essner of Kelso, Mo., was named to the dean's honor list at St. Louis University for the fall 2002 semester.

He is majoring in management information systems and is a 1999 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School.

Area students named to Mizzou dean's list

Local students named to the fall 2002 semester dean's list at University of Missouri-Columbia were Andrew Arnzen, Elizabeth Bishop, Summer Chaudhari, Kimberly Clarke, Christopher Cole, Ashley Crocker, Anjuli Dahiya, Jessica Ducharme, Joshua Ferguson, Matthew Gile, Kelley Green, Erin Haycraft, Rebecca Hellrich, Leah Ann Hill, Jill Huber, Kristy Jansen, Rebecca Keller, Andrew Krueger, Allison Montgomery, Colleen Mullarney, Marci Myracle, Bradley Patterson, Gretchen Pfautsch, Cristy Phelps, Sarah Propst, Benjamin Roeger, Brandon Ruth, Jonah Sacha, Elizabeth Robertson, Trent Redfearn, Jason Marietta , Cecilia Kuntz, Lauren Schaefer, Nisha Shah, Sara Sprigg, Jennifer Taylor, Erin Vickery, Rashida Wilson and Tricia Zimmer, all of Cape Girardeau.

Celesta Hoffman of Gordonville; Steven Adams, Anthony Baker, Mary Bono, Kevin Brunke, Justin Crader, Kacie Crites, Jamie Dost, Jennifer Horst, Laura Horst, Derek Jenkins, Rebecca King, Carol Koenig, Dana Littlepage, Brandon Lorenz, Tahisha McBride, Kelli Niswonger, Carol Perry, Kyle Perry, Joshua Pfefferkorn, Aaron Puchbauer, Casey Randol, Christy Sappington, Michelle Sauter, William Schwent, Michelle Stover, Ryan Stroder, Megan Thiele, Emily Unverferth, Ryan Vangilder, Lindsey Walker, Jennifer Watkins, Justin Watkins, Travis Wilson and Laura Ruth Wissehr, all of Jackson.

Jennifer Hrabik, Dillon Stahlheber and Seth Stahlheber, all of Oak Ridge; Gwendolyn Vandeven of Marble Hill, Mo.; Matthew Essner and Douglas Felter, both of Benton, Mo.; Callie Meyr, Kathryn Nolen and Gabriel Pfefferkorn, of Chaffee, Mo.; Jennifer Bucher of Kelso, Mo., Kristen Watkins of Scott City; Jamie Brown, Jennifer Essner, Melanie Evans, Jennifer Guyot, Susan Guyot, Brian Kirn, Roxanne Kutz, Christopher Lohmann, Jaimee Mueller, Larry Nations, Sarah Schindler and April Schremp, all of Perryville, Mo.

Oran student earns education scholarship

Anilise Lange of Oran, Mo., recently received a $1,000 award as part of the 2002 Health Education Scholarships sponsored by Tylenol.

Lange is a 2002 graduate of Oran High School and currently attends Truman State University.

Area students take their place on honor roll

  • Deidre Wiseman, daughter of Velma Wiseman of Cape Girardeau was named to the second quarter honor roll at the Missouri School for the Deaf in Fulton, Mo.

    Jacob Harrison of Cape Girardeau and Adam Hahs, Benjamin Ponder and Dustin Schoen, all of Oak Ridge recently were named to the honor roll at Linn State Technical College.

    To be named to the honor roll, students must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA and attend full time. -- From staff reports

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