May 29, 2007
Dimmitt and Roadman scholars named for 2006-2007 academic year
One hundred nineteen Morningside College students were named Dimmitt Scholars in recognition of high academic achievement, and 102 students were named Roadman Scholars in recognition of very high academic achievement for the 2006-07 academic year.
Dimmitt Scholars must be full-time students who have completed at least 45 semester hours of college work with a cumulative grade point average between 3.50 and 3.75.
Roadman Scholars must be full-time students who have completed at least 45 semester hours of college work with a cumulative grade point average of 3.76 or above.
The following students were named Dimmitt Scholars:
Sioux City: Heather Blom, Julie DeLaRosa, Diane Fawcett, Valerie Flanagan, Mellisa Flanigan, Benjamin Goins, Austin Granzow, Elizabeth Green, Audrey Hantla, Sarah Ingalls, Trisha Janssen, Angela Kern, Rachel Kinney, Tavia Knudsen, William Luke, Kara Mickelson, Casaday Nguyen, Colin O’Sullivan, Megan Parrish, Teresa Patelski, Mandi Poss, Elizabeth Reynolds, Alethea Stout, Megan Walding, and Ashley Wood.
Iowa: Jennifer Ball, Sergeant Bluff; DeRae Bettin, Odebolt; Brianna Blake, Wiota; David Bohlken, LeMars; Katie Bowen, Keystone; Ashley Bress, Spencer; Shannon Chaffin, Cherokee; Tyler Childress, Alvord; Sara Courter, Rockwell City; Samantha Fritsch, Neola; Miranda Galvin, Cherokee; Diana Garcia, LeMars; Sarah Garret, Churdan; Edwin Graf, Logan; Danya Hangman, Anthon; Hilary Hansen, Atlantic; Nathan Harris, Akron; Alec Henry, Griswold; Emily Heuertz, LeMars; Heather Huntley, Charter Oak; Tina Husman, Quimby; Jonalee Jackes, LeMars; Emily Kesten, Oakland; Ashley Kinney, Alton; Paula Kloewer, Defiance; Grant Leavitt, Marcus; Judy Leinen, Des Moines; Bethany Leonard, Cherokee; Jeremy Letsche, Marcus; Stephanie Loeschen, Ocheyedan; Cassie Main, Lanesboro; Adam Mathers, Correctionville; Rachel Mathers, Correctionville; Kristina McGrain, Mapleton; Brittany McKinven, Sergeant Bluff; Mackenzi Mendlik, Denison; Heidi Meyer, Alta; Kathryn Milbrandt, Buffalo Center; Samantha Moore, Des Moines; Megan Morton, Whiting; Tareyn Moss, Sergeant Bluff; Brooke Pottorff, Corning; Tiffany Pribyl, Crescent; Ashley Reuter, Marcus; Eric Roggatz, Anthon; Derek Rowedder, Denison; Amy Salton, Webb; Brandon Shostak, LeMars; Hanna Simonsen, Algona; Kari Skalisky, Sergeant Bluff; Luke Sorensen, Essex; Emily Sowers, Sergeant Bluff; Beau Sudtelgte, LeMars; Maggie Swenson, Ocheyedan; Justin Taylor, Des Moines; Adam Teut, Hinton; Kelli Tyer Blake, Holstein; Hollie Vaughan, Mallard; Danielle Westphal, Lenox; Michael Wismont, Crescent; Tyler Woods, Davenport; and Jennifer Yockey, Sergeant Bluff.
Nebraska: Logan Anderson, Fort Calhoun; Courtney Bruckner, Mclean; Anthony Dang, Bellevue; Breanne Evans, Crofton; Natalie Fenton; Omaha; Kathryn Goodwin, Omaha; Emily Grabow, Fort Calhoun; Kellie Harris, Omaha; Bradley Huyck, Valley; Cheryl Johansen, South Sioux City; Annie McInnis, Omaha; William Mech, Crofton; Justin Poellot, South Sioux City; Nicholas Reigle, Madison; Dana Rossmeier, Norfolk; Ashley Schiebur, Wymore; Brooke Sloup, Omaha; and Maureen Vandenbroucke, Omaha;
Other states and countries: Tanya Anderson, Piedmont, S.D.; Autumn Collier, Madison, Tenn.; Nicole Hagerty, Spearfish, S.D.; Yuichi Ichinose, Tokyo, Japan; Katherine Kromminga, Dakota Dunes, S.D.; Philip Leider, Stewartville, Minn.; Amanda Morrow, Lakeville, Minn.; Kate Rakow, Champlin, Minn.; Lindsay Smith, Liberty, Mo.; Marvin Stiebler, Sachsen Anhalt, Germany; and Tobias Tessmer, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
The Dimmitt Scholar designation is named in honor of the late Miss Lillian Dimmitt, who served as a teacher and administrator at Morningside College for more than 60 years.
The following students have been named Roadman Scholars:
Sioux City: Philip Begley, Mindee Borrall, Hope Chapman, Michele Chicoine, Amber Clausen, Madison Davis, Cara Destigter, Erin Eckerman, Paul Farley Wamberg, Phyllis Fisk, Laura Gildemeister, Angela Hamman, Kari Hansen, Bryan Hansen, Miranda Heyer Stroh, Zachary Hindman, Grace Holbrook, Lacy Jacobsen, Kirk Jaminet, Ashley Krause, Hoa Le, Joshua Mahan, Nicholas McGraw, Brooke Niles, Brianna Paulsen, Cindy Rasmussen, Barbara Rohlena, Laura Roost, Talon Sowienski, David Streeby, Maria Tran, Megan Tuttle, Jordan Wall, Alex Watters, Daniel Widrowicz, Leah Winter and Ryne Young.
Iowa: Amy Anderson, Estherville; Autumn Bartel, Cherokee; Rachel Bellairs, Clarinda; Jill Bohnker, Underwood; David Briese, Correctionville; Chad Clancy, Spencer; Katherine Cook, Council Bluffs; Emily Cox, Council Bluffs; Lauren Deichmann, Marcus; Jessica Delaney, Lake Park; Erin Freml, Harlan; Meredith French, LeMars; Shauna Heiden, Denison; Logan Hines, Hinton; Katie Hoaglund, Mapleton; Staci Holm, Story City; Kimberly Jessen, Everly; Brian Johnson, Bronson; Joshua Johnson, Sergeant Bluff; Kellsey Kock, Breda; Kendra Kock, Breda; Alisha Krieg, Kingsley; Wyeth Lynch, Prole; Derek Nolan, Hawarden; Ryan Oetken, Akron; Jacquelyn Otto, Auburn; Preston Pierce, Anthon; Amanda Plemel, Northboro; Teryn Pomerenke, Sergeant Bluff; Jennifer Roemen, Rock Rapids; Alicia Runyan, Cherokee; Kelli Schreier, Remsen; Brandilynn Shipler, Algona; Marleta Smith, Lake City; Joshua Steinhoff, Smithland; Christina Thomsen, Denison; Samantha Wenger, Danbury; Kristen Westergaard, Mapleton; Elizabeth Wright, Onawa; and Cassie Zimmerman, Oxford.
Nebraska: Laura Andersen, Omaha; Rebecca Bauer, Alliance; Cami Cain, Elkhorn; Leslie DePeel, O’Neill; Adaela Dostal, David City; Melissa Dreyer, Hay Springs; Brady Helmink, Fairbury; Elizabeth Kelly, Falls City; Beau Kildow, Omaha; Kathryn Kotlik, Bellevue; Marisha Lenz, Lincoln; Jack Rother, Wayne; Kristi Tighe, Homer; Anne Torkelson, Norfolk; and Mark Waters, Grand Island.
Other states: Stacy Baldus, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Katherine Billings, Mount Prospect, Ill.; Melissa Keiper, Lennox, S.D.; Justin Moser, Morris, Minn.; Jennifer Nelson, Saint George, Utah; Tarah Sagedahl, East Bethel, Minn.; Kristin Struss, Fairmont, Minn.; and Vanessa Warzecha, Aloha, Ore.;
The Roadman Scholar designation is named in honor of the late Dr. Earl Roadman, longtime president of Morningside College.