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Tecumseh High School graduates class of 2013


Tecumseh High School graduating seniors in the class of 2013 include:

Alexa Adams, Keith Adams, Kelsey Adams, Elijah Allen, Cody Angstadt, Jordan Barringer, Travis Barringer, Kayla Bateson, Courtney Beamenderfer, Tabitha Benedetto, Haley Bethel, Thomas Bishop, Alyssa Blanton, Travis Blossom, Amy Beth Borden, Jordan Boswell, Kaytlyn Boswell, Sabrina Bradley, Elijah Brady, Jordan Brewer, Michael Brewer, Charles Buchanan, Scott Buchhalter, Shauna Burke, Mandi Byrd, David Canady, Krystina Canady, Marc Cantrell, Daniel Cardenas, Jonathan Catedral-Vera, Megan Christmann, Morgan Clark, Jaela Coffey, William Combs, Morgan Cook, Trevor Copp, Brennen Crabb, Andrew Craig, Sarah Crain, Brooklyn Curtis,

Kara Lynn Danner, John Davenport, Nathan Davidson, Regina Davis, Jordyn Dawson, Katelyn De Board, Tyler Detwiler, Jeremy Devoe, Derrick Donovan, Nicholas Donovan, Nathaniel Drais, Lauren Duncan, Alex Eben, Jaden Edwards, Kyle Elam, Charles Emberton, Justine Entingh, Anthony Evans, Sandra Evans, Shannon Everitt, Charles Farris, Kylee Feltner-Rodgers, Austin Ferguson, Katrina Finch, Samuel Flack, Joseph Flory, Breanna Ford, Brittany Frappier, Ashleigh Frazier, Cristian Fuentes-Sanchez, Kaylee Fulwiler,

Jessica Gallo, James Garcia, Kori Gard, Cassie Gibson, Seth Gilliam, Tabitha Gitzinger, Marcus Givens, Emily Green, John Grusenmeyer, Victor Hanrahan, Scott Harmon, William Hartman, Annalecia Heironimus, Christopher Heller, Taylor Henry, Alex High, Troy Hilker, James Hoagland, Megan Holbrook, Daniel Holliday, Brittany Holmes, Paige Horn, Rebecca Horsley, Larissa Huff, Jesse Hull, Elaina Hutchins, Faith Jackson, Haley Jackson, Nicholas Jackson, Destony James, James Johnson, Michael Johnson, Steven Johnson, Brian Jones, Katherine Jones, Matthew Jones, Taylor Jones, Anna Joseph, Brandon Jouett,

Ryan Kelley, Jamelia Kimaiyo, Karla Kosey, Emmaleah Loeb, Brandon Longshore, Ashley Lovegrove, Dustin Lowe, Craig Ludlow, Amber Lute, Kaylie Lyons, Nicholas Maine, Dominic Maiorano, Christopher Marker, Jacob Martin, Rachel Mason, Noah McCloud, Brandon McComas, Drew McCoy, Edwin McCrory, Connor Measel, Dominic Mileo, Megan Mizin, Meghan Moeller, Kaitlyn Moore, Kelsey Moore, Maria Moore, Nathan Moore, Courtney Moreno, Morgan Mumma, Carra Myers-McGuire, Chad Neff, Austin Nickell, Dillon Nickell, Codey Notestine, Paige O’Byrne, Leo Olvera, Katrina Omilakin, Jacob Owens, Jaymee Owens,

Mikayla Padgitt, John Pantoja, Kyle Parks, Trenton Patterson, Harley Pencil, Cody Pennywitt, Joseph Peoples, Cole Perkins, Ashley Pitstick, James Plaatje, Kaitlyn Ponder, Nicholas Powell, Jacqlyn Preston, Bianca Quisenberry, Nathan Rasor, April Resnicky, Sarah Rice, Jessica Riddle, Michael Robbins, Matthew Roberts, Miranda Roberts, Cody Robertson, Hayli Robinson, Bradley Rogers, Maria Imelda Roque-Rivera, Karina Rosas, Matthew Ross, Jimmy Rowland,

Jose Salazar, Taylor Scanlan, Kara Schaefer, Evan Schmidt, David Schwartz, Taylor Scott, Alexander Seavey, Jennifer Sell, Blake Shepherd, Dalton Shopshire, Jacob Sink, Alexander Slaney, Chaz-David Sliger, Adam Sluterbeck, Patrick Snarr, Kenneth Sortman, Shane Sparks, Hunter Spears, Jacob Speer, Jennifer Stacy, Joseph Stapleton, Allyn-James Steele, Deanna Stoltz, Linay Stryker, Kimberly Studebaker, Gabriela Suazo-Amaya,

Monica Taylor, Stephanie Taylor, Alissa Thompson, Kayla Tracy, Seth Treon, Megan Underwood, Jennifer Vlasic, Brett Wade, Christopher Ward, Dalton Ward, Kali Ward, Brande Watson, Shelby Welch, Dustin Wheeler, Avery White, Karah Whyte, Marie Wile, Christopher Williams, Kenneth Williford, Gabriel Winans, David Wischer, Edward Wolf, Emmie Woolley, Holly Yeary, Melinda Youngman and Rafael Zaragoza-Guzman.

Tecumseh High School students receiving scholarships include:

Cody Angstadt, son of Greg and Dianna Angstadt, will attend Wright State University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Wright State University and the Tecumseh High School Class of 1981.

Megan Christmann, daughter of Ron and Mert Christmann, will attend Alderson-Broaddus College. She accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Alderson-Broaddus, the Dr. Raymond Reed Family and the Tecumseh Athletics Boosters/Doug Chaffins.

Morgan Clark, son of Mark and Pamela Clark, will attend the University of Findlay. He accepted more than $5,000 in scholarships from the University of Findlay, Tecumseh Athletics Boosters/Doug Chaffins and the Carl and Vernie Weinland Memorial.

Derrick Donovan, son of Steve Donovan and Karen Donovan, will attend Wittenberg University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Wittenberg University and the Carl and Vernie Weinland Memorial.

Nicholas Donovan, son of Matthew and Michelle Donovan, will attend University of Cincinnati. He accepted more than $5,000 in scholarships from the University of Cincinnati and the Carl and Vernie Weinland Memorial.

Alex Eben, son of John and Nancy Eben, will attend Shawnee State University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Shawnee State University, Springfield Foundation Porter scholarship, the Carl and Vernie Weinland Memorial and the Mervin Britton Memorial.

Chase Farris, son of Chuck and Janet Farris, will attend Bluffton University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Bluffton University.

Joseph Flory, the son of Jana Flory, will attend Wright State University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Wright State University and the Carl and Vernie Memorial.

John Grusenmeyer, son of Anthony Grusenmeyer, will attend Ohio State University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Ohio State University, Herman D. Brosey scholarship and the Carl and Vernie Memorial.

Megan Holbrook, daughter of Mark and Shonette Holbrook, will attend Sinclair Community College. She accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Sinclair Community College, the New Carlisle Optimist Club, the Springfield Foundation Porter scholarship, the Springfield Exchange Club, the Miss Holiday in the City scholarship, the Carl and Vernie Memorial, the Dave Smith Memorial, the Andrew W. Reid Memorial and the Optimist District and International Oratorical Contest.

Taylor Jones, daughter of Jason and Angie Jones, will attend University of Dayton. She accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from University of Dayton and the Sherry Street Memorial/ Tecumseh Education Foundation.

Christopher Marker, son of Bill and Laura Marker, will attend University of the Cumberlands. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from the University of the Cumberlands and the Dave Smith Memorial.

Bianca Quisenberry, daughter of Richard and Andrea Quisenberry, will attend University of Cincinnati. She accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from the University of Cincinnati and the Delta Sigma Theta sorority.

Matthew Ross, son of Randy and Linnea Ross, will attend Ohio State University. He accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Ohio State and the National Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps.

Kimberly Studebaker, daughter of Paul and Lori Studebaker, will attend University of Findlay. She accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from University of Findlay, the Carl and Vernie Memorial, and the Dave Smith Memorial.

Jennifer Vlasic, daughter of Marc and Carol Vlasic, will attend Trine University. She accepted in excess of $5,000 in scholarships from Trine University.


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