By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on July 4, 2004 7:04 AM
Phillip Lampron, a graduate of North Duplin High School, received a North Carolina Teaching Fellow Scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
He also received the Lois W. Precythe Memorial Scholarship of $5,000, to be divided over four years of college, as well as a $500 Tri-County Electric Scholarship.
Lampron plans to prepare for a career in education as a teacher and a coach.
He is the son of Phyllis and Billy Tucker of the Rones Chapel community and Allen and Fran Lampron of Reidsville. He is the grandson of Bobby and Shirley Kelly of Mount Olive. His step-grandmother is Mattie Tucker of Warsaw.
Heather Michelle Hayes received a bachelor's degree in environmental design in architecture from North Carolina State University during 2004 spring commencement exercises. A graduate of Eastern Wayne High School and a recipient of the Park Scholarship, she was a member of Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and the University Scholars Program. She is the daughter of Gene and Cathryn Bradford Hayes and the granddaughter Floyd and Betty Evans of Goldsboro and Carmen Bradford of Goldsboro and the late Paul Bradford.
John Robert Carr has been awarded a scholarship to attend Rice University in Houston, Texas, in August to pursue a degree in architecture. He received a bachelor of industrial design degree and a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from North Carolina State University during commencement exercises on Dec. 17, 2003. Carr graduated with honors and was a member of the University Scholars Program. A graduate of the School of Science and Mathematics in Durham, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey B. Carr of Goldsboro.
Jake Yahnker, a student at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, was named to the dean's list for the 2004 spring semester. He is the son of Ed and Lee Yahnker of Goldsboro and is a graduate of Rosewood High School.
Shannon Greene earned a 3.5 or higher grade point average for the spring semester and is on the dean's list at St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg. A rising senior, she is the daughter of John and Jane Greene of Goldsboro.
The East Carolina University chancellor's list for the 2004 spring semester includes the following students from Wayne County who earned a 4.0 grade point average:
Lindsay Barwick, Heather Biggerstaff, Demitria Castro, Donna Cox, Mary Daly, Stephanie Davis, Amanda Dixson, Faith Fletcher, Crystal Gardner, William Ginn, Allison Howell, Kim Jones, Rebecca Langille, Jennifer Levi, John Lucas, Jerri Mills, and Christine Mitchell.
Also, Spencer Mitchell, James McKeel, Jennifer Morgan, Willa Neal, Morgen Obermeit, Tracy Owens, Mary Ritten, Valerie Ruhl, Catherine Saleska, Jessica Shoneck, Lori Smith, Marisha Wallace, Lisa Wilbourne, Olavee Williams, Naomi Winkelman, Marjorie Wooten and Ashley Wyatt.
The East Carolina University dean's list for the 2004 spring semester includes the following students from Wayne County who earned a between a 3.5 and 3.9 grade point average on a 4.0 scale:
John Aguilar, Laura Albaugh, Caitlin Allen, Rhia Aycock, Victoria Barton, Felicia Best.
Heather Bliss, Joshua Brown, Mary Casey, Jessica Collins, Meredith Combs, Brett Comeaux.
Dax Dixson, Jordan Duke, Shelley Edwards, Regina Elmore, Anthony Garner.
Kurt Garner, Tiffany Gibbs, Amanda Glisson, Gail Gouty, William Grice.
Kelli Gurley, Stacy Herring, Allison Hester, Amber Hill, Mary Howell, Molly Kilpatrick, Leah King, Amber Kirby.
Jessica Knowles, Candace Krieger, Nathan Lean, Antwan Lee, Kristine Leuck, Kathryn McKinnel.
Alison Miller, Kelvin Miller, Heather Moreno, Susan Morgan, Christopher Munier, Barbara Newton, Kelly Overman, Bryan Pate, Matthew Phillips.
Dawnelle Pierce, Kyle Reeves, Carl Rose, SansCartier, Colleen, John Selzer, Jaquel Simmons, Aaren Smith, Ashlye Speight.
Shannon Starling, Georgeann Stewart, Kristi Thornton, Ginny Walston, Michael Watson, Laura Wetzel, Brandy Whitfield, Melissa Whitman, Lionel Williams, Kellie Wolfe, Sarah Wuntke, Ashley Wyatt and Leah Yates
Wake Forest University's dean's list for the 2004 spring semester includes Jeannetta K. Craigwell-Graham and Mildred Maxwell Pelletier of Goldsboro and Miranda Jean Mills and William Christopher Turner of Mount Olive. To qualify, the students had to achieve a 3.0 or higher grade point average.
Charnelle Elizabeth Green of Seven Springs graduated from the University of Wisconsin during commencement exercises on May 23.
Ashley Mewborn of LaGrange has been named to receive a $2,500 merit scholarship at Mount Olive College. She is the daughter of Junior and Debbie Mewborn and a graduate of Eastern Wayne High School. Merit scholarships are awarded on the basis of grades, class rank and SAT scores, and is renewable annually.
Charity E. Daniel and Matthew W. Jackson of Fremont, Meredith L. Cox, Jacqueline B. Cruse and Lezlie E. Sugg of Goldsboro, Erin L. Arensmeyer and Keefer S. Geyer of LaGrange and Elizabeth D. Moore and Karen Amanda Sutton of Mount Olive are on the Campbell University president's list for the 2003 spring semester.
Stephen J. Coppedge, William S. Ham, Amber L. Vogt and Rebecca L. Woodard of Goldsboro, Jeanna L. Hastie of LaGrange, Lauren M. Strickland of Mount Olive, Tracie L. Head of Pikeville and Jessica Woodard of Princeton are on the spring semester dean's list at Campbell University.
The following students received degrees during Campbell University's 2004 spring commencement exercises:
Jeri Lynn Coker of Goldsboro, master's degree in education; Bridgette C. Cowan, master of science in administration; Meredith Leah Cox of Goldsboro, cum laude, bachelor of science; Justin Thomas Daughtry of Princeton, cum laude, bachelor of science; Anna Elizabeth Davis of Pikeville, bachelor of science; Matthew Edward Denmark of LaGrange, master of business administration; Aloysius Jonte Edwards of Goldsboro, bachelor of science; K. Shea Geyer of LaGrange, bachelor of science; William Scott Ham of Goldsboro, bachelor of science; Tracie Lynn Head of Pikeville, bachelor of science; Lisa Hughes Huff of Pikeville, master of business administration; Melissa Renae Lee of Goldsboro, suma cum laude, doctor of pharmacy; William Jason Leonard of Goldsboro, with distinction, master of divinity; Melissa Sue Longwith, cum laude, doctor of pharmacy; Michael Bret Quinn of Goldsboro, bachelor of science; Douglas S. Roberson III of Pikeville, master of business administration; Daniel Lloyd Rollins of Goldsboro, with distinction, master of divinity; Lindsey Neel Stocks of Pikeville, bachelor business administration; Bryan Taylor Thompson of Goldsboro, cum laude, bachelor of arts; Rebecca Lee Woodard of LaGrange, cum laude, bachelor of science.
The following students from Wayne County received degrees from North Carolina State University during 2004 spring commencement exercises:
Masters degrees went to Roy David Cobb, Glenda Gail Sasser and Sandra Allison Wilson.
Bachelor's degrees went to Aaron David Arnette, Amber Rae Bundy, Jennifer Elizabeth Dunn, Daniel Stephen Durusky, Winston Joseph Garris, Amy Lynn Gottshall, Jonathan Vance Greeson, Heather Michelle Hayes, Jennifer Karen Lawhorn, Charles Murray McClenny, Kari Elizabeth Patton, Vicky Ann Peele, Kevin Deleon Purvis, Danny Paul Tewes, Lee Roland Webber, Patrice Leann Williams and Kellie Ann Wilson.
The following students from Wayne County are on the North Carolina State University dean's list for the 2004 spring semester:
Jouhana Issam Alawar (4.0 average), Weston Ryan Boyd (4.0 average), Rachel Sherice Brown, Amber Rae Bundy, Man Yuk Chan, Joshua Johnson Coltrane, Daniel Neil Correll, Kristopher Allen Darling, Anthony Raphael Dixon, Jennifer Elizabeth Dunn, Christopher T Durusky, James Edward Goldman, Amy Lynn Gottshall, Georgia Kinsey Gourley, Jonathan Vance Greeson, Caleb Robert Griffith, Morgan Lee Gwaltney, Jason Stuart, Heather Michelle Hayes, Joshua Lee Head, Jessica Lee Hietpas, Brandi Nicole Hinnant, Thomas Andrew Erik, Ivan Hrebenuyuk, Kenneth Wayne Jennings, Kristopher Andrew Justo, Durwood Royal Kennedy, Matthew Russell King, Subha Rani Kolluru, Chi Fung Kwong, Leslie Ann Lawrence (4.0 average), Patrick Weissend (4.0 average), Shanika Renee Mack, Elisabeth Marie Meyer, (4.0 average), Tracie Reynolds Miller, Aaron Troy Morris, Mark Soren Mzyk, Kathryn Suzanne Newcomb, Jennifer Brooke Pittman (4.0 average), Natalie Marie Rouse (4.0 average), Teresa Liles Rouse, Rita Marie Sabadish (4.0 average), Joshua Kennedy Sanderson (4.0 average) Lauren Annette Sears (4.0 average), Amerique Patricia Sileno, James Russell Stackhouse (4.0 average), Michael Brandon Surles, Di'Anthony Lee Sweet (4.0 average), Jeremy Eugene Thomas, Jason Kenneth Thornton, Jacquelyn Marie Warner, Jason Tyler Warrick, Kellie Ann Wilson (4.0 average) and April Leah Young.
The following students from Wayne County are on the 2004 spring semester dean's list at N.C. Agricultural and Tech State University:
Laquisha S. Bryant, Hines R. Carter, Derrick E. Cole, Aquila Colin, Aaron M. Hicks, Demetria D. Hill, Marquita A. Hooker, Bryahn Ivery, Rasheda D'Amber Jones, Chye D. Kornegay, Robert J. Lamb, Winfred B. Locus, Howard E. McNair Jr., Rob S. Mitchell, Charles A. Raiford Jr., Demia Stewart, Tom Siu Fai Tee, Lakisha Tyler and Jenise N. Walters.
Joshua Allen of Goldsboro has been awarded North Carolina Wesleyan College's Wesleyan Trustee's Scholarship for the 2004 fall semester. The four-year academic scholarship is awarded to first-time students based on high overall academic standing.
Michael Fields of Dudley has been named to receive a $4,000 Honors Scholarship at Mount Olive College. The merit-based scholarship is renewable each year. Fields is the son of Tracy Fields and Mary Lewis and is a graduate of Spring Creek High School. He will enter Mount Olive College in the fall.
Appalachian State University has released its dean's and chancellor's lists for the spring 2004 semester. Mary Lynn Brosenne and Samantha Josephine Harlow, both of Wayne County, are on the chancellor's list. Elizabeth Leslie Lancaster, Jessica Lynn Newsome, Ryan Christopher Spell, and Moriah Sue Tingler, all of Wayne County, are on the dean's list.
Misty Cordell and Katherine Kresge of Goldsboro graduated from Liberty University. Miss Cordell received a bachelor of science in nursing, and Miss Kresge received a bachelor of science in communication studies with a concentration in broadcast journalism.
Vanessa Smith of Goldsboro achieved dean's list at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga., for the spring quarter of 2004. Miss Smith is a painting major. She is the daughter of Lloyd Smith and Karen Smith.
Amanda Bragg represented Spring Creek High School at the 2004 Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar in Raleigh on June 11-13 at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. She joined more than 180 students from across the state for the three-day leadership training seminar. She is the daughter of John and Marita Bragg of Goldsboro and is a rising junior at Spring Creek High School.
Jennifer Lauren Dudley of Goldsboro graduated magna cum laude with an associate's degree from Louisburg College in Louisburg.
James Head of Goldsboro graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry during 2004 spring commencement exercises at Duke University. He will attend medical school this fall at NYU School of Medicine in New York City. He is the son of Ernest and Carla Head of Goldsboro.
Deshaun O. Barfield of Mount Olive and Ebony V. Bowden of Goldsboro graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte this spring. Ms. Bowden is on the spring semester chancellor's list, along with Jessica Amon of Goldsboro and Felicia Dangerfield-Persky of Dudley. Marquitta D. Gosha, Thorbjorn Gylfason and Kevin Rhodes of Goldsboro are on the university's spring semester dean's list.
The following students graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington this spring:
Erin McKenzie Camp of Goldsboro, bachelor of art's degree, psychology; Robin Michelle Game of Mount Olive, bachelor of science degree, business administration; Erin Leigh Johnson of Goldsboro, bachelor of arts, biology; Teracetia Maria McDowell of Goldsboro, bachelor of science, business administration; Patrick James Murphy of Goldsboro, bachelor of science, business administration; Eric Glenn Sauls of Goldsboro, bachelor of science, business administration; Kimberly Marie Spader of Goldsboro, bachelor of arts, psychology; Scott Currin Stanley of Goldsboro, bachelor of arts, art studio.
The following students from Wayne County are on spring semester dean's list at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington:
Anthony Phillip Ames, Brandon Lee Bass, Erika Weaver Best, Katherine Elizabeth Cottle, Jennifer Michelle Dzurovcin, Carissa Marie Eader, Shannon Raye Eubank, Elizabeth Meghan Fields, John Patrick Finan, Allison Renee Ginn, Dorian Marie Graves, Ashley Renee Howell, Lauren Marie Howell, Carmen Ann Jackson, Erin Leigh Johnson, Ashley Kay Lane, Jennifer Lauren Marlow, Teracetia Maria McDowell, Andrew Thomas McGrath, Jennifer Lynne Moore, Jessica Lynne Mundell, Amber Danielle Ostheim, Anna Marion Outlaw, David Kelly Price, Tracy Lauren Smith, Brittany Faye Stone, Virginia Jo Sutton, Robert Todd Weeks, Sydney N. Wells, and Ashley Noel Wilhelm.
Katherine Elizabeth Cottle, Erin Leigh Johnson, Jennifer Lauren Marlow, and Robert Todd Weeks of Goldsboro and Jennifer Lynne Moore of Mount Olive are on the spring semester chancellor's list at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Four Mount Olive College students will compete in the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Denver, Colo., July 9 through 12.
Members of the organization who placed first or second in the State Leadership Conference Competition of the North Carolina State Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda in April will represent the college on the national level.
At the competition, Rebecca Whitley of Mount Olive received first place in business communications and the future business executive categories. Jessica Murphy of Pikeville received second place in the future business executives category. Frank Spallino of Manteo received first place in the marketing category. Joy Daughtry of LaGrange received second place in the quantitative methods category. These students will compete in their respective categories at the national event. Sonya McCoy, adviser, will also attend.
Phi Beta Lambda provides opportunities for students to enhance their self-confidence and leadership skills, sharpen public speaking skills, build friendships, apply money management techniques, network with business leaders and acquire job readiness skills.
Two Wayne County youths recently attended the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C.
Sarah Finch and David Sullivan attended the week-long event at the National 4-H Center.
The conference was founded in 1985 and has become the premier leadership program in the country for high school students. It offers top students throughout the nation the opportunity to discuss and debate current events and leading issues with national leaders through group discussions and simulations.
Participants also learn to analyze concepts, evaluate critical information and make decisions.
Ms. Finch and Sullivan said it built up their confidence and gave them an opportunity to make friends with other youths from across the nation. It also helped them understand more how the government works and how they can actually be involved.
Both youths received a certificate of merit and will be able to get letters of recommendation to any university they want to attend.
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