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Greenon High School marks graduation


The Greenon High School Class of 2013 includes the following graduates:

Benjamin Scott Abbitt, Justin Andrew Adams, Michael Allen Alexander, Dylan Jeffery Babb, Cassidy Dawn Baker, Autumn Sierra Baldwin, Jacob Robert Becht, Marissa Taylor Bennett, Mikala Daye Bivens, Rachel Elisabeth Blair, Benjamin Dale Blessing, Joshua Aaron Boling, Alexis La’Kesha Bonaparte, Kayla Cecelia Brewer, William Wayne Brewer, Miranda Michelle Brown

Emily Rose Cale, Wyatt James Carl, Cody James Carpenter, Brittany Nicole Caupp, Yudith Azucena Cervantes, Sydney Rae Chapman, Emily Taylor Cleaveland, Michael Aaron Clements, Anthony Lynn Colletti, Savanna Kristine Compton, ReBecca Marie Jean Cosby, David Eugene Coterel, Kristin Lynn Couch, Miranda Nicole Coy, Samuel David Culp, Treyson Mikal Darden, Tanesha Colleen Davis, Morgan Alissa Deel, Kimberly DePhillip, Kyle Andrew DeVore, Hannah Marie Dinnen, Jeshua Dalton Drouillard, Brittany Lynn Dunwiddie

Brandon Taylor Emmons, Autumn Rose Erdmann, Justin Victor Falkenbach, Cassie Nicole Fenton, Alexander Paul Ferryman, Gage Michael Fugate, Todd Evan Fuller, Bernard Walter Gay, Zachary Ray Gibson, Travis Everett Gray, Robin Gustafson, Cassie Louise Hackathorne, Gage Lucas Harrison, Rachael Shannon Hart, Ryan James Hendrickson, Nigel Ilan Herbert, Travis August Hill, Hunter Scott Hisey, Christina Louise Hofstetter, Matthew Alexander Horton, Samantha Lynn Hutchison

Holly Ann Jackson, Paul Randall Jackson Jr., Briana Louise Starr James, Jakob Charles Jennings, Katherine Anne Johnston, Alec Kyle Cole Jones, Jason Wesley Kendig, Blake Austin Keucher, Jakob Konnor French Killin, Chelsea Jordan Knott, Alyssa Evelyn Koepnick, Astria Brianne Koivisto, Taylor Lee Lange, Veronica Rae Leggett, Hunter Lynn Lehman, Jessica Clarice Lippoldt, Alaina Michelle Lloyd, Terri Alison Logan, Dustin Lee Lovering, Stephanie Danielle Loyd

Brandon Joseph Mamer, Danielle Marylee Gail Matthews, Fred Austin Messaros, Alejandro Malgarito Meza, Shannon Marie Mills, Jordan Mae Minnich, Stefani Jane-Marie Mitchell, Cierra Lynn Nelson, Keara Jean Nelson, Alexander David Owens, Ashley Nicole Pennington, Daniel Lynn Pensworth, Mackensie Taylor Prosser, Tyler Catherine-Anne Puhala, Alisha Nichole Pyles

Alyssa Marie Reeder, Tyler Brandon Renk, Benito Gonzales Reyes III, Robert Michael Rice, Jenna Kay Robertson, Bridget Justine Robinson, Taylor Christine Rodgers, Brenda Rosales-Pérez, Aric William Ross, Sydney Ellen Rucker, Corey Matthew Rutter, Alexandra Marie Ryan, Lauren Alizabeth Schell, Jackson Gerald Schirtzinger, Cody Austin Scott, Logan Elaine Scott, Keegan Michael Shillito, Harley Dee Shock, Brandyn Alan Simpson, Molly Nicole Sisco, Chelsea Nicole Sites, Heather Victoria Slaughter

Rachel Elizabeth Smith, Paige Elizabeth Spahr, Shannon Marie Spencer, Emilee Anne Stacy, Jordan Denver Stacy, Morgan Taylor Stacy, August Chase Stamper, Megan Marie Stanley, Alicia Lynn Stewart, Vanessa Renee Summers, Michael Edwin Thompson, Michael Phillip Thompson, Brittany Renee Vysocky, Ryan Scott Wagner, Zachary Taylor Walton, Rhebecca Denise Weyer, Hana Nichole White, Cody James Whittaker, Marianne Martha Willeford, Bethany Anne Williams, Christopher Cody Williams, Devin Kelsey Williams, Brandon Nathan Wilson, April Jean Winner and Katherine Marie Young.

Scholarship recipients included:

Ben Abbitt, son of Robert and Jennifer Vogt and David Abbitt, will attend Wilmington College. He has accepted a total of $11,055 from Wilmington.

Autumn Baldwin, daughter of Lynette Jent and Kenneth Baldwin, will attend Wittenberg University. She has accepted $30,585 from Wittenberg, the federal government and the Springfield Foundation.

Marissa Bennett, daughter of Israel and Amanda Jones and Phillip and Marybeth Bennett, will attend the Ohio State University. She has accepted $5,200 from Ohio State and local scholarships.

Emily Cale, daughter of Don and Melanie Ransdell and Dale and Becky Cale, will attend Bowling Green State University. She has accepted $9,250 from Bowling Green, the federal government and local scholarships.

Savanna Compton, daughter of Richard and Tina Compton, will attend Wilmington College and major in agriculture education. She has accepted $17,749 from Wilmington and local scholarships.

Kyle DeVore, son of Todd and Brenda Trinkle, will attend the University of Findlay. He has accepted $16,250 from Findlay.

Travis Gray, son of Darrel and Kristie Gray, will attend Xavier University. He has accepted $24,700 from Xavier and the federal government.

Cassie Hackathorne, daughter of Robert and Sonia Hackathorne, will attend Wright State University. She has accepted $12,685 from Wright State.

Ryan Hendrickson, son of Jeff and Heidi Hendrickson, will attend the Ohio State University. He has accepted $6,151 from the federal government and local scholarships.

Matthew Horton, son of P.J. and Patty Horton, will attend Miami University. He has accepted $14,700 from Miami, the federal government and local scholarships.

Blake Keucher, son of Rahn and Gina Keucher, will attend Wright State University. He has accepted $12,685 from Wright State.

Jakob Killin, son of Daniel and Donna Killin, will attend the University of Toledo. He has accepted $10,500 from Toledo and local scholarships.

Astria Koivisto, daughter of Shawn and Julie Koivisto, will attend Wittenberg University. She has accepted $24,607 from Wittenberg and the federal government.

Jessica Lippoldt, daughter of Guy and Angela Lippoldt, will attend Wright State University. She has accepted $5,000 from Wright State, the federal government and local scholarships.

Alaina Lloyd, daughter of Jeff and Cindy Lloyd, will attend the University of Dayton. She has accepted $35,800 from Dayton.

Stephanie Loyd, daughter of Harold and Linda Loyd, will attend Xavier University. She has accepted $16,000 from Xavier.

Taylor Rodgers, daughter of Kelly and Tracey Rodgers, will attend Ohio University. She has accepted $12,900 from OU and the federal government.

Aric Ross, son of Brent and Sherri Ross, will attend the University of Dayton. He has accepted $17,900 from Dayton and the federal government.

Keegan Shillito, son of Todd and Jennifer Shillito, will attend Ohio Northern University. He has accepted $32,450 from Ohio Northern, the federal government and local scholarships.

Rachel Smith, daughter of John and Laura Smith, will attend Wright State University. She has accepted $19,600 from Wright State and the Springfield Exchange Club.

Emilee Stacy, daughter of Michael and Laura Stacy, will attend Johnson and Wales University. She has accepted $9,500 from Johnson and Wales.

Morgan Stacy, daughter of Eric and Stephany Stacy, will attend Wilmington College. She has accepted $35,053 from Wilmington, the federal government and local scholarships.

Alicia Stewart, daughter of Shelley Richmond, will attend Wright State University. She has accepted $12,375 from Wright State, and the state and federal governments.


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