Peninsula residents named to University of Washington dean’s list

SEATTLE — Dozens of Olympic Peninsula residents have been named to the University of Washington’s winter 2021 dean’s list.

To qualify, a student must have completed a minimum of 12 graded credits and have a grade-point average of at least 3.5.

The students are:

• Chimacum: Solana Jolie Gonzalez and Sabastian Alexander Stanton.

• Port Angeles: Haley Aria Mae Ahlgrim, Felicia Che, Skyler Jesse Cobb, Royce Duncan, Riley Winter Ellinwood, Robert Carl Fors, Kathryn Yi Jiao Guttormsen, Hannah Renee Hoffmaster, Anh Tan Minh Huynh, Meiqi Liang, Owen Keith Nevaril, Madison Kathleen Orth, Colby Darren Rentas, Molly E. Scofield, Maizie Ann Tucker, Linus H. Waddell, Daniel O. Weaver, Samantha Robinson Weinert and Madison Anne Withrow.

• Port Hadlock: Hunter Nicole Marie Haralson and Chanakan Meesanam.

• Port Ludlow: Mariann Isabela Eastwood and Jason Michael Pina Jr.

• Port Townsend: Audrey Lauren Drake, Theodore Dunlap, Zinnia Virginia Hansen, Jasmine Sky Heuberger-Yearian, Jenna Cathryn Hiegel, Samantha Kowals-Sargeant, Samuel Jonathan Lott, Elise Anna McLane, Skylar Rae Stekly and Mira Zorina Stewart.

• Quilcene: Sonia Monet Saxon.

• Sequim: Eislynn L Flood, Rodolfo Franco III, Braden Anthony Koch, Raymond W. Lam, Arlene Louise Law, Benjamin C. Logan, Jesse David Manley, Kimberly Perez, William S. Plasch, Ashley G. Rosales, Darren Anthony Salazar, Elizabeth Sweet, Ryan Dakota Tolberd, Flora Ray Walchenbach, Oscar Robert Walchenbach and Sean Austin Weber.

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