Peninsula College names honor roll students

PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College has announced the names of students who made its president’s list and honor roll for the winter 2019 quarter.

To qualify for the president’s list, a student must be enrolled for at least 12 quarter hours of credit in courses numbered 100 or above, receive no incompletes and earn a college grade-point average for the quarter of not less than 3.90.

Honor roll requirements are the same, except for a college grade-point average of not less than 3.60.

Students named to the president’s list include Ethan S. Adams, Vanessa Affandy, Avoke Agabi, Rachel M. Anderson, Talia R. Anderson, Jessica Arnold, Rachel M. Arsen, Anika P. Avelino, Allison N. Balser, Zachary M. Batanian, Breanna S. Beck, Jason Becktel, Caroline M. Belford, Zachariah F. Blaylock, Kelley C. Bluthenthal, Nacia Bohman, Mikkiah Brady, Emma Bringhurst, David C. Bueno, Angela I. Burton, Joshua J. Callahan, Raymond A. Carmichael, Joshua S. Carver, Felicia Che, Harry E. Chichester, Cassandra E. Cleveland, Skyler Cobb, Madeleine Coler, Caleb Corey, Laura I. Cornell, Summer D. Cornell, Michelle L. Cottrell, James T. Counihan, Tambria L. Cox, Quinn D. Danielson, Isaiah M. Dewan, Victoria R. Donoghue, Levi G. Douglas, Theodore C. Dunlap, Michelle M. Duvall, Jennifer L. Earnest, Elena M. Eckland, Michael J. Ervin, Laken Folsom, Robert C. Fors, Emily S. Fosnes, David A. Freeman, Akari Funakawa, Adrian C. Funston, Brittney A. Gale, Jordyn Ryley Gates, Isaiah Getchell, Naomi J. Gies, Tara N. Gill, Samuel Gomez, Solana J. Gonzalez, Chelsey A. Gruenes, Benjamin W. Gumm, Kathryn Y. Guttormsen, Jade R. Harding, Amanda L. He, Henry R. He, Danielle M. Helms, Jenna C. Hiegel, Leonard J. Hitz, Sarah E. Holmes, Mathias C. Holshouser and Anna Hull, Angie K. Incardona, Maria-Rowena P. Jackson, Marina V. Jacobs, Jennifer M. Jagger, Catherine Janiszewski, Jennifer A. Jones, Saki Kambe, Jun Ho Kang, Stephen J. Kaufmann, Logan Z. Kelbel and Adam R. Kennedy.

Also Johanna M. Keys, Alissa K. Kilmer, Robert M. Knudson, Anton J. Kossler, Elizabeth A. Kossler, Ella K. Krohn, Jeremy M. Kuntscher, Karma S. Lapin, Lauren Larson, Sarah S. Lee, James R. Leydig, Jerry T. Li, Porter J. Litle, Jacob D. Little, Julia S. Logston, Emily Loucks, Haylie N. Lugo, Estene M. Lyman, Lou Manthey, Scott Thomas Markley, Natalie Martinson, Logan W. Matlock, Samuel L. May, Bobbi L. McAdow, Brandon J. McLaughlin, Kendall M. Melton, Cassandra Middlestead, Angela M. Miller, Tatiana Miller, Gabriel M. Mills, Madeline R. Montana, Courtney L. Moore, Mckenzie S. Nelson, Hunter J. Newton, Doanh Khai Nguyen, Elita M. Nivens, Fiona S. O’Brien, Byeol Park, Eunbin Park, Blake L. Parker, Zachary K. Parrill, Madeline K. Patterson, Jason M. Pina, Poul B. Poulsen, Carolynn C. Pype, Noelani J. Rediger, Jaima J. Rittenhouse, Jacob T. Robins, Amanda J. Rodriguez, Moises Rosado-Decena, Emily J. Rygaard, Micah Scott, Sharon M. Senner, Jiwon Seo, Ezra Sharpe, Raven S. Sharpe, Joshua A. Silliman, Shauna K. Soto, Lois J. Spicer, Zach D. Spriggs, Tavish J. Stanley, Henry B. Stier, Christopher D. Stone, Jared L. Strand, Hillarie G. Strong, Keigo Takai, Lily A. Taylor, Raven Taylor, Tori D. Travers, Jack Troy, Gavin C. Truckenmiller, Jonathan E. Tyson, Tiffany A. Van-Selus, Belinda A. Vanderberg, Devin C. Voyles, Donald S. Washburn, Jesse M. Watson, Kangming Wei, Amanda Z. Weller, Emma Weller, Karli M. Wilder and Yuya Yamamoto.

Students named to the honor roll include Tucker Abdon, Taylor A. Adams, Sandra D. Allen, Erik B. Anderberg, Tristan Anderson, TyleR K. Anton, Lindsey R. Aspelund, July R. Bain, Tina L. Bainbridge, Lillian Batton, Audrianna Bennett, Tia W. Berson, Xander Bolinger, Nicholas A. Boss, Spencer D. Breithaupt, Ryllie K. Broker, Isaiah Brown, Marie L. Burns, Claira M. Cable, Curtis Cameron, Cleary Sahasika Catur, Linda Cendejas-Parker, Shyanne N. Chang, Dennis Chapman, Trevor D. Cheff, Mary Cochran, Nadia E. Cole, Hayley J. Corbett, Anthony A. Cortani, Tristin L. Cousins, Shianna J. Cox, Ashley E. Cravalho, Jennifer Criss, Elizandra Cruz, Fischer S. Davis-Hagen, Elise L. Dean, Cole W. Douglas, Drew Eckard, riley W. Ellinwood, kolton J. Ellis, Christopher Fagot, Thomas G. Feik, James A. Franich, Elizabeth G. Getchell, brandon M. Gomez, Zen Graham, Danyl Herringshaw, Sarah Hill, Hannah R. Hoffmaster, Mya E. Hossack, Allison E. Hunt, Eden L. Johnson, Grace S. Johnson, Shinia Kildall, Minkyo Kim, Takahiro Kimura, Brian D. Kissack, Corinne S. Klinger, Breanne M. Kuni, Jacob Lawing, Arthur Lee, Nitasha D. Lewis, Brenda M. Lightfoot and Seara Lucas-Reaume.

Also Emiliano R. Maldonado, Henry P. Manza, Adrian O. Martin, Emily Matthiessen, cyndi M. McAdow, John A. McCullough, Savannah R. Meyer, Clint E. Miller, Joslyn M. Millsap, Morgan Marie Mitchell, Vincent Mitchell, Kyle J. Morton, Diego M. Murillo, Sarah G. Necco, Savannah L. Newton, thomas J. Newton, Ashley M. Nichol, Scotland D. Noonan, Joshua A. Norberg, Laura N. Oldfield, Samantha C. Oliveira, Leda C. Patapoff, Jelani Perry, Chalmers Zi Phua, Andrew Rader, Sara E. Ramirez, Raven R. Ramos, Melissa M. Reyes, Andrez Reyna, Emma C. Riffle, Kaysey Roberts, Kristina D. Robinson, Carrie E. Schaff, Harmony R. Scott, Melina C. Scott, Sebastian T. Sheats, harumi Shibata, Heather N. Sikes, Spencer A. Sinding, McKenzie N. Smith, Zachary A. Smith, Christian E. Sotebeer, Emily Spink, Erica L. Sponberg, Zachary E. Springer, April M. Standridge, James Stevens, Meghan Stinard, Evan T. Swenson, Masaya Takahashi, Edgar Tavares, Philbertha Theodora, Celeste E. Thomas, Jared P. Thomas, Dana M. Thompson, Jennifer S. Thompson, Molly A. Troxler, Hing Wai Tsang, ethan G. Walat, Blake A. Walters, Sol Wasankari-Mendoza, Victoria M. Wegener, Graeme C. Wendorf, Hayden S. Wickham, Matthew J. Wilkinson, Kisaki Yamamoto, Zoe I. Yates, Frank Youell.

The complete list is available online at www.pencol.edu/presidents-list-honor-roll.

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