Urbana Class of 2013 graduates


The Urbana High School Class of 2013 includes:

Cara Adams, Rabecca Angles, Haylie Arledge, Eric Bader, Chelsee Baker, Felicia Baldwin, Jacob Barr, Mason Barr, Michael Biddle, Hannah Blakely, Ciska Bloemhard, James Boles, Christopher Borders, Cody Brammer, Talore Browning, Andrea Brugh, Alicia Byers, Andrew Byrd, Asa Canaday, Brianne’ Castle, Kody Chappie, Terran Chavers, Stacyann Circle, Lauren Coffman, Megan Cooper, Cheyenne Corbin, Luke Cotterman, Emily Curnutte, Brian Daniels, Matthew Deans, Nathan Dove, Dereck Dunham, Nicholas Durst,

Anthony Edwards, Deryk Fain, Timothy Fain, Hayley Fannin, McKenzie Fannin, Ashley Ferryman, Christy Finney, Andrew Fisher, Jacqualine Gingrey, Robert Haffner, Jonathan Hall, Samuel Harris, Kelsey Helms, Andrea Hendricks, Kathryn Holland, Megan Holland, Jason Holmes, Alyssa Huffman, Samantha James, Connor Johns, Landon Johnson, Timothy Johnson, Austin Kensler, Derek Kimball, Rochelle Kincaid, Bryan King, Brendyn Kinnison, Linda Knox, Michael Knox, Thomas Kremer, Arianna Kriesel,

Trischa Lacy, Kaitlynn Lafferty, Dylan Lambert, Tanner Lawrence, Alyssa Lawson, Kearston Layne, Abigail LeBlanc, Samuel Locke, Jailin Logwood, Ashton Lucas-Taylor, Isaac Lyburtus, Wesley Marshall, Stephen Mathews, Evan McCall, Britton McCreight, Shelby McCullough, Cassey McMillen, Corey McNeely, Jared McNutt, Mercedes Melvin, Marilyn Miller, Ian Mindigo, Macey Mollis, Samuel Molton, Amanda Morgan, Drew Netts, Damond Newman, Haley Nichols, Matthew Nigh, Jonathan Nokes,

Ashely Osborne, Bryton Osborne, Nicholas Pappas, Leighton Paulo, Jr., Danielle Peirson, Kayla Pena, Jesse Phelps, Eric Potts, Tyle Powell, Matthew Pratt, Gabriella Randolph, Logan Rees, Allison Rodgers, Kali Ropp, Madeline Runyan, Thomas Russell, Kheloni Rylander, Charles Sanders, Cody Saylor, Samantha Schrader, Bridget Seelig, Dylan Sells, Kristen Shank, Neil Shaw, Aaron Sidders, Tristan Singer, Amelia Smith, Torre Tarbutton, Tiffany Taylor, Steven Thiel, Tyler Thinnes, Heather Thurman, Jacob Tracy, Katie Tullis, Marley Tullis, Dustin Wagner, Victoria Walden, Brian Walker, Wayne Wildciman, Alexander Wood, Jason Woodruff, Joseph Wright, Addey Yohn and Casey Young.

Scholarships

Recipients of scholarships of $5,000 or more include:

Cara Adams, daughter of Shelly Hall and Dwain Adams, will attend Mount Vernon Nazarene University. She accepted a total of $42,000 in scholarships from Mount Vernon Nazarene University and American Legion.

McKenzie Fannin, daughter of Laura and Barry Wolf and Jeff Fannin, will attend the Ohio State University. She accepted a total of $40,600 in scholarships from the Ohio State University.

Christy Finney, daughter of Kathy and Dave Finney, will attend Miami University in Oxford. She accepted a total of $16,000 in scholarships from Miami University.

Sam Harris, son of Dan and Deb Harris, will attend Indiana Tech. He accepted a total of $82,000 in scholarships from Indiana Tech.

Jason Holmes, son of Paul and Jackie Holmes, will attend University of Michigan. He accepted a total of $150,792 in scholarships from University of Michigan, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Elks National Foundation, Best Buy and Junior Achievement.

Rochelle Kincaid, daughter of Angel Smith and Nelson Smith II, will attend University of Toledo. She accepted a total of $18,000 in scholarships from University of Toledo and Johnson’s Welded Products.

Trischa Lacy, daughter of Tim and Carmen Lacy will attend University of Tennessee at Martin. She accepted a total of $188,000 in scholarships from University of Tennessee at Martin.

Marilyn Grant Miller, daughter of Dave and Marilyn Miller, will attend Ohio Christian University. She accepted a total of $21,000 in scholarships from Ohio Christian University.

Samuel Molton, son of Steve and Cynthia Molton, will attend Wright State University. He accepted a total of $6,000 in scholarships from Wright State University.

Tyler Powell, son of David and Rebecca Powell, will attend Wittenberg University. He accepted a total of $108,000 in scholarships from Wittenberg University.

Charles Bishop Sanders, son of Jeff and Lisa Sanders, will attend Hiram College. He accepted a total of $50,000 in scholarships from Hiram College.

Tristan Singer, son of Brad and Heidi Singer, will attend Ohio State University. He accepted a total of $20,600 in scholarships from Ohio State University.

Amelia Smith, daughter of Thomas and Jill Smith will attend Ohio State University. She accepted a total of $20,000 in scholarships from Ohio State University.

Brian Walker, son of Richard and Katja Walker, will attend Wright State University. He accepted a total of $10,000 in scholarships from Wright State University.

Addey Yohn, daughter of Bruce and Elizabeth Yohn, will attend University of Findlay. She accepted a total of $64,000 in scholarships from University of Findlay.


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