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Published 5/11/2005

Owens Community College Board of Trustees Awards 2005 Academic Excellence Scholarships

Area high school seniors recently were honored by Owens Community College's Board of Trustees for their outstanding achievements, receiving thousands of dollars in new scholarships through the Trustees' Academic Excellence Scholarship Program.

"Owens Community College is pleased to reward these incoming students for their superior academic efforts and exemplary contributions within their high schools and communities," said Jack Sculfort, Owens Chair of the Board of Trustees. "Each recipient's outstanding leadership qualities and intellectual skills will be a strong asset to Owens, and we look forward to welcoming them during the new academic year."

The Academic Excellence Scholarship Program was created in 1998 by Owens' Board of Trustees to recognize the outstanding achievements of graduating high school seniors. Each recipient will receive a $2,000 two-year scholarship.

The scholarship is available for four consecutive semesters with applicants being enrolled full-time and pursuing an associate degree at the College, as well as maintaining a 3.0 grade point average each semester.

Students receiving a Trustees' Academic Excellence Scholarship and their intended course of study at Owens include:
  • Anna Baker of Carleton, Michigan, an Airport High School graduate (pre-nursing)
  • Diane Niedbalski of Toledo, an Alliance Academy of Toledo graduate (undecided)
  • David Damasco of Maumee, an Anthony Wayne High School graduate (undecided)
  • Amber Loomis of Fostoria, an Arcadia High School graduate (pre-radiography)
  • Travis Graydon of Findlay, an Arlington High School graduate (business management)
  • Jessica Basinger of Elida, a Bluffton High School graduate (pre-radiography)
  • Katlin Spencer of Custar, a Bowling Green High School graduate (associate of arts - general concentration)
  • Sydney Robinson of Toledo, a Bowsher High School graduate (pre-radiography)
  • Katie Brentlinger of Northwood, a Cardinal Stritch High School graduate (occupational therapy assistant program)
  • Victoria Metzger of Toledo, a Central Catholic High School graduate (pre-radiography)
  • Shelly Lindsey of Oregon, a Clay High School graduate (surgical program)
  • Kaleigh Gottschalk of Perrysburg, an Eastwood High School graduate (undecided)
  • Amber Morgart of Wayne, an Elmwood High School graduate (agribusiness management technology)
  • Muriel Howard of Findlay, a Findlay High School graduate (commercial art technology)
  • Katelyn Rossler of Curtice, a Genoa High School graduate (undecided)
  • Aaron Holleran of Walbridge, a Lake High School graduate (John Deere agricultural technician option)
  • Jeremy Steffan of Leipsic, a Leipsic High School graduate (welding)
  • Robin Kiser of Toledo, a Libbey High School graduate (pre-nursing)
  • Jessica Rapp of Findlay, a Liberty-Benton High School graduate (radiography)
  • Sherhonda Pressley of Toledo, a Life Skills Center of Toledo graduate (business management)
  • Christopher Bohn of Castalia, a Margaretta High School graduate (John Deere agricultural technician option)
  • Amanda Fesh of Maumee, a Maumee High School graduate (pre-nursing)
  • David True of Lambertville, Michigan, a Maumee Valley Country Day graduate (creative writing)
  • Stephanie Rhoades of McComb, a McComb High School graduate (social work)
  • DeeAnna Smith of Findlay, a Millstream Career Cooperative graduate (middle childhood education)
  • Michelle Richardson of North Baltimore, a North Baltimore High School graduate (adolescence education)
  • Melissa Kitzler of Oak Harbor, an Oak Harbor High School graduate (accounting)
  • Brooke Chidester of Bowling Green, an Otsego High School graduate (undecided)
  • Shannon Wolke of Ottawa, an Ottawa-Glandorf High School graduate (pre-nursing)
  • Jennifer Goldacker of Rossford, a Penta Career Center graduate (accounting)
  • Melissa Hofbauer of Perrysburg, a Perrysburg Digital Academy graduate (undecided)
  • Andrew Beat Jr. of Perrysburg, a Perrysburg High School graduate (fire science technology)
  • Antoinette Gary of Toledo, a Polly Fox Academy graduate (undecided)
  • Nicole Harris of Toledo, a Rogers High School graduate (pre-dental hygiene)
  • Christie Toska of Rossford, a Rossford High School graduate (undecided)
  • Ashley Foster of Holland, a Springfield High School graduate (pre-dental hygiene)
  • Zach Wazny of Toledo, a St. Francis de Sales High School graduate (undecided)
  • Sara Wismer of Toledo, a St. Ursula High School graduate (undecided)
  • Ashley Obarski of Toledo, a Start High School graduate (undecided)
  • Shannon Dotson of Holland, a Swanton High School graduate (undecided)
  • Jocelyn Cousino of Sylvania, a Sylvania Northview High School graduate (undecided)
  • Eric Ade of Monclova, a Sylvania Southview High School graduate (associate of arts - general concentration)
  • Ashley LaCombe of Defiance, a Tinora High School graduate (fine art)
  • Lyndsey Schad of Perrysburg, a Toledo Christian High School graduate (pre-dental hygiene)
  • Daniel Smith of Waterville, a Toledo School for the Arts graduate (criminal justice technology)
  • Jennifer Kunz of Toledo, a Toledo Technology Academy graduate (pre-radiography)
  • Kelly Brenneman of Van Buren, a Van Buren High School graduate (early childhood education)
  • Tiffany McKitrick of Vanlue, a Vanlue High School graduate (pre-nursing)
  • Crystal Dantzer of Toledo, a Waite High School graduate (pre-dental hygiene)
  • Janel Meinka of Toledo, a Whitmer High School graduate (pre-radiography)
  • Cassie Kirsch of Woodville, a Woodmore High School graduate (pre-nursing)
  • Donna Miller of Toledo, a Woodward High School graduate (pre-practical nursing)
Owens Community College is one of the fastest-growing higher educational institutions in Ohio. On the Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses, Owens serves more than 45,000 credit and non-credit students, making it the number one choice for new college students. Owens is committed to providing small classes, personal attention and unmatched affordability. Owens Community College offers over 130 program areas in Agriculture, Business, Fine and Performing Arts, Health, Public Service, Skilled Trades, and Industrial and Engineering Technologies. Owens students also can earn the first two years of a bachelor's degree with a smooth transfer to any area four-year college or university.



 

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