Peninsula residents make university dean’s list

SEATTLE — Several Olympic Peninsula natives have been named to the University of Washington’s spring 2019 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 were:

• Forks: Enid Ensastegui Salazar, Esther My Nguyen and Brooke Ellen Peterson.

• Port Angeles: Leah F. Haworth, Hailey E. Hollingsworth, Gage A. Jackson, Monica Kim, Phillip McDonough, Owen Keith Nevaril, Karina Mary Paup Byrnes, Brenna E. Sinding, Bonnie Ann Sires, Li L. Tan, Luciano Joseph Toscano and Niklaus Alexander Von Houck.

• Port Townsend: Andrew Ma Anthony, Amelia G. Breithaupt, Daria-Rosemary Bugel-Shunra, Pallas Burhen, Joseph Stephen Calodich, Gladys Pearl Hitt, Merewyn Lynn, Abigail Oceanna McGuire, Liam Cato McLane, Kassie M. Olin, Rebecca Rose Pacheco, Jordan Donald Russell and Helena R. Stafford.

• Quilcene: Zachary Carmel Smith-Mifsud.

• Sekiu: Marissa Grace Wonderly.

• Sequim: Cheyenne Maryn Broadfoot, Jessica Lynn Craig, Katrina Danielle Dolan, Rene Flores, Wesley James Gilchrist,

Shannon Ashley Gordon, Ian D. Houghton, Sydnee Somanas Linnane, Astrid Caroline Martin, Dylan Lee Miller, Audrey Maureen Shingleton, Cheyenne Fan Sokkappa and Riesa Ann Sumida.

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