Pikeville College Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas R. Hess has released the names of the top students for the fall 2010 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must receive a grade-point average of 3.5 (B+) or better.
Pike County full-time students are: Brittany N. Swindall and Donavan B. Swindall of Ashcamp; Jacob A. Dotson, Mallory D. Tiller and Bianca P. Workman of Belfry; Henry Collier of Dorton; Adam N. Adkins, Sumer M. Bingham, Kyle Chaney, Wesley G. Childers, Nicholas A. Gibson, Zachary H. Goins, Caitlin M. Rowe, Jonathan C. Smith, Megan L. Smith, Lacosta S. Standifur and David W. Thacker of Elkhorn City; Seth P. Bowling of Freeburn; Tiffany S. Scott and Philipp E. Verdida of Hardy; Megan K. Bragg, James E. Williams and Benjamin T. Williamson of Huddy; Amber D. Davis of Jenkins; Bradley Casey, Samual R. Stell and William D. Thacker of Kimper; Erica P. Edmiston of McAndrews; Jordan A. Maynard of Phelps; Andrew K. Belcher and Kimberly L. Williamson of Phyllis; Kristen T. Smith of Raccoon; Brittany R. Moore and Joseph L. Wells of Ransom; Julia R. Epling of Regina; Stephen P. Campbell and Richard T. Estep of Robinson Creek; Sara D. Adkins of Rockhouse; Eric J. Althauser, Meshala L. Bartley, Jeffery L.H. Brashear, Wade A. Jacobson, Cindesta D. Norman, Larry N. Ratliff and Brittany F. Thacker of Shelbiana; Leah B. Robinson of Shelby Gap; Lisa D. Fuller of Steele; Melanie A. Hackney and Amy M. Reed of Stone; and Danielle R. Adams, Kayla L. Johnson, Taylor N. Mullins, Gary T. Smith, Patrick R. Tackett and Laurel A. Taylor of Virgie.
Students from Pikeville include: Matthew L. Adkins, Jarrad T. Belcher, Sara D. Blackburn, Sarah B. Blackburn, Alexandra N. Boyd, Elizabeth Quinn Buckley, Kayla R. Cantrell, Tiffany L. Clevinger, Whitney M. Compton, Clyde M. Copley, Lisa D. Daniels, Wesley E. Farmer, John D. Fields, Holly K. Fleming, Nancy Hurt Flowers, Adrienne S. Gearheart, Richard B. Gilliam, Dana L. Hall, Joseph T. Hall, Holly N. Harris, Olivia D. Harris, Jonathan T. Hazelett, Jessica E. Huffman, Luke N. Huffman, Tyler Fleet Johnson, Nicole M. Justice, Kristen B. Kendrick, Stephen M. Loader, Paula H. Martin, Taylor E. Mosley, Josiah A. Mullins, Sara E. Osborne, Ashton A. Parker, Catrina Renae Ray, Kayla D. Ray, Garianna L. Runyon, Brittani L. Scruggs-Barber, Ryan P. Shurtleff, Joshua D. Sisco, Mary E. Slusher, Megan L. Stephens, Matthew A. Thacker, Elizabeth L. Thompson, Ashley B. Walters and Tiffany F. Yates.
Adair County: Kenneth N. McAlpine of Columbia.
Boone County: Shelbi M. White of Watson.
Boyd County: Shannon L. Cornette and Jessica Limberis of Ashland.
Breathitt County: Byron J. Allen and Joshua M. Salyers of Jackson.
Campbell County: Kyle E. Welz of Fort Thomas.
Christian County: Prentice K. Robertson of Hopkinsville.
Clay County: Donald J. Wilson of Manchester.
Fayette County: Ethan D. Boggs of Lexington.
Floyd County: Emily A. Holbrook of Allen; Jessica R. Bentley and Jennifer M. Charles of Beaver; Daniel G. Linton of Betsy Layne; Lacy L. Chambers, Kylie Katelyn Justice, Tianna Patton, Brittany Rogers, Allie N. Sloan and Markayla B. Stevens of Harold; Tara D. Burchett of Ivel; Destiny D. Akers, Christopher D. Baker, Julia D. Burchett, Danielle R. Dials and Matthew S. Doyle of Prestonsburg; and Hannah Blackburn, Derek R. Hatfield, Jacob B. Stratton of Stanville.
Grant County: Joshua M. Asher of Williamstown.
Greenup County: Desteni A. Spears of Argillite.
Harlan County: Christopher K. Vicini of Cumberland.
Jefferson County: Edward J. Jeffries and Allisandra D. Ward of Louisville.
Johnson County: Bradley S. Cantrell of Hager Hill; Brittany Lauren Frasure of Meally; Toni L. Blair of Paintsville; Celena B.D. Conley of Staffordsville; and Megan A. Johnson of West Van Lear.
Kenton County: William R. Jones of Erlanger; and Arthur J. Elliott and Kayla R. Morgan of Independence.
Knott County: Megan D. Mosley of Emmalena.
Leslie County: Marcus C. Hensley of Stinnett; and Roy J. Simpson of Warbranch.
Letcher County: Shawna M. Kelly of Burdine; Jeremy P. Wright of Jackhorn; Derek C. Belcher, Kayla D. Osborne, Chadwick M. Potter, Justin S. Smith and Kayla M. Webb of Jenkins; Jonathan D. Adams, Tyler J. Little and Tamara B. Webb of Neon; Ashley M. Creech of Partridge; and Victoria Paige Chaney and Eva E. Combs Whitesburg.
Lewis County: Sarah E. Helphinstine of Vanceburg.
Magoffin County: Zachariah D. Harvey, Katelyn B. Minix and Amber N. Wireman of Salyersville.
Pendleton County: Kane M. Belcher of Butler.
Perry County: Katherine D. Baker of Busy; and Ryan A. Brashear and Joshua R. Whitaker of Hazard.
Scott County: Kayla G. Hatton of Stamping Ground.
Wolfe County: Steven W. Molands of Campton.
Out of state: Veronica A. Super of Cove, Ark.; Kelly N. Christensen of Satellite Beach, Fla.; Jennifer L. Grant of Ponce de Leon, Fla.; Kaylee Anne Magazine of Clearwater, Fla.; Matthew L. Adams of Macon, Ga.; Fidel O. Marchena of Naperville, Ill.; Chelsea E. Gilliam of Pecatonica, Ill.; Kyle P. McInerney of Davison, Mich.; Rebecca L. Chase of Elwell, Mich.; David R. Bishop of Grandville, Mich.; John Bartosiewicz of Sewell, N.J.; Christopher K. Jones of Reno, Nev.; Kimberly A. Yioulos of Rochester, N.Y.; Rebekah K. Wilhelm of Middletown, Ohio; Ashley N. Crutcher, Donovan P. Schwalbach and Sydney R. Schwalbach of Batavia, Ohio; Emily N. Poynter of Milford, Ohio; Richard M. Lane of Cincinnati, Ohio; Kendra M. Badgett of Grayson, Ohio; Matthew R. Palinkas of Mentor, Ohio; Kourteney Winner of Pataskala, Ohio; Ryan G. Bartolon of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Andrea B. Guzman of Pasadena, Tex.; Brandy M. Hensley of Corpus Christi, Tex.; Samantha J. Baldwin and Maranda J. Elswick of Big Rock, Va.; Ashlee S. Looney of Grundy, Va.; Corie E. Rife of Vansant, Va.; Ryan D. Jones and Amy S. Owens of Haysi, Va.; Lindsey D. Brewster of Chapmanville, W.Va.; and William H. Dempsey of Delbarton, W.Va.
Part-time students: Krystal Amanda Riffe of Phyllis; Jeff M. Grieme of Villa Hills; Franklyn C. Taylor of Harrodsburg; Scottie Adkins of Elkhorn City; Carolyn Caudill of Hatfield; Josephine Cantrell of Mouthcard; Allen E. Abshire and Jessica D. Pinson of Pikeville; and Jondra Lynette Branham and Melissa L. Lowe of Raccoon.
Pikeville College is an independent, four-year liberal arts and sciences college nestled in the heart of central Appalachia. Founded in 1889 by Presbyterian ministers seeking to provide educational opportunities for mountain youth, Pikeville College has played an integral role in the educational, economic and cultural development of its service area for more than a century.