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By: Stacey Walters |
January 17, 2020
Pikeville President Burton J. Webb, PhD., has released the names of the top
students for the fall 2019 semester. To qualify for the President’s List,
students must be full-time and receive a grade point average of 4.0.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND
Cody Morehead of Verona.
Skylar Chapman and Adara Lee of Catlettsburg.
Zachary Hill of Mount Washington.
Elizabeth Lukens of Bellevue.
Courtnee Collins and Peyton Morris of Manchester.
Anna Smith of Irvine.
Megan Claypoole of Wallingford.
Hunter Akers and Sarah Thomas of Harold; Jason Harris and Ethan Rowe of Banner;
Sarah McCoy of Stanville; Chelsea Osborne of Allen; and Madison
Turner of Eastern.
BriAnna Burbridge of Frankfort; and Kelsie Dean of Pineville.
Katelyn Fields of Wittensville; Kenzie Meade of Keaton; and Sarah
Terry of Flat Gap.
Jordan Gentry of Erlanger.
Brian Blackburn of Topmost; and Ashlyn Fannin of Hindman.
Allen Hoskins of London.
Savannah Day, Sameerah Frazier and Chloe Sturgill of Whitesburg; Taylor
Herrell, Fletcher Johnson, Alyssa Rose and Jordan Thacker of Jenkins;
and Alexis Stambaugh of McRoberts.
Mikela Cook of Richmond.
Dustin McCarty, Nathan Perkins and Hannah Skaggs of Salyersville.
Latasha Dalton, Emily Mills and Kellyn Newsome of Inez; Lance Tackett of
Beauty; and Emily Waller of Tomahawk.
Ronnie Collins of Hazard.
Hunter Swindall of Ashcamp; Ashley Harrison of Belfry; Adrianna
Deskins, Lorrie Moore and Tosha Rowe of Elkhorn City; Madison Smith and Jessica
Vickers of Hardy; Matthew Williamson of Huddy; Jacob Adkins and Ashlee
Cherchio of Kimper; Caitlyn Bowman of Mcandrews; Katerra Adkins,
Kelly Bacigalupi, Jessica Campbell, Claudette Enriquez, Makayla Hall, Jada
Hood, Michael Hopson, Jackson Howie, Isaac Hurley, Robert Keen, Myson
Livingston and Lashawna Owens of Pikeville; Shane Hall, David Slone and John
West of Raccoon; Kelsie Williams of Rockhouse; Charles Dotson of Sidney;
Allyson Sizemore of Shelbiana; and Luke
Adkison of Virgie.
Mackenzie Pawlak of Georgetown.
Out of State: Alysha Bolling of Sorrento, Fla.;
Mark Broyles of Big Stone Gap, Va.; Allison Deffes of Chalmette,
La.; Mia Greatrex of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Nyla Gulley of Clintwood,
Va.; Luke Humphrey of Knoxville, Tenn.; Charles Maxwell of Salem,
Va.; Kayla Mullins and Riley Mullins of Clintwood, Va.; Juliet
Nichols of Scottsburg, Ind.; Matthew Petrossi of Fairport, N.Y.;
Carrington Russell of Virginia Beach, Va.; Noelani Simpson of Fontana,
Calif.; Erin Thibeault of Virginia Beach, Va.; and Noah Wyborny of Redmond,
International: Madison Daniels of Queensland,
Australia; Johnathon Duff of Regina, Canada; and Maria Hurtado
Morales of Bogota, Columbia.
COLEMAN COLLEGE OF
Hannah Absher of Columbia.
Zoe Ingram of Ashland.
Jacob Horrell of Lexington.
Jefferson County: Brady Schmidt of Louisville.
Joseph Banks of Whitesburg; and John Holyfield of Jenkins.
Kala Newsome of Elkhorn City; Evan Coleman of Kimper; Aaron
Adkins, McKenzi Maynard and Cody Thornbury of Pikeville.
Macy Jones of Morehead.
Out of State: Adam Casteel of Woodstock,
Ga.; Hannah Dempsey of Lenore, W.Va.; Nicole Gilbert of Harvest,
Ala.; Joshua Green of Palm Harbor, Fla.; Jessica Johnson of Shenandoah,
Va.; Emma Stiltner of Grundy, Va.; Lukas Layhew of Sandyville, W.Va.;
Mallory Liversedge of Kuna, Ind.; Lauren Piotrowski of Scotia, N.Y.;
Anna Scarbrough of Arnoldsville, Ga.; and Vincent Whitaker of Mount
International: Stephen Lemon of Limavady, Ireland;
Juan Medina Roa of Bogota, Columbia; Francisco Quiteno Burgos of Santa
Tecla, El Salvado; and Brittney Turcotte of Chateauguay, Canada.
COLLEGE OF NURSING AND
Hayley Wallen of Prestonsburg.
Rebecca Caudill of Hager Hill.
Alyssa Franklin of Millstone.
Pike County: Ashley Justice of Elkhorn City; Tiffany Legault, Lauren McCoy, and Jesse Plourde of Pikeville; Kristin Coleman, Brittany Tackett and Tabitha Thacker of Shelbiana.
PATTON COLLEGE OF
Adriane Mason of Walton.
Jefferson County: Reagan Bridge of Louisville.
Miranda McPeek of Vanlear.
Dustyn Reinstetle of Whitesburg.
Allison Eldridge of Cornettsville.
Morgan Hensley of Belfry; Sarah Cable, Tabitha Keen, Lacy May, Taylor
Sowards and Kristen Wright of Pikeville; Kiana Eldridge of Phelps;
and Hannah Charles of Ransom.