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Warner Robins Academic Excellence

(Warner Robins, GA) June 7, 2006 – Georgia Military College proudly announces outstanding college students who have achieved academic distinction during the Spring Quarter from the WARNER ROBINS area.

PRESIDENT’S LIST – 3.80 grade point average or above
Blake W. Bozeman
Stephanie L. Burdeshaw
Ryan C. Byrd
Robyn L. Evans
Connie L. Giegerich
Candace P. Hopkins
Stephen W. Johnson
Melissa A. Lamberson
Cheryl A. Lasota-Moore
Stephen P. Mellum
Candice M. Osu
Jennifer M. Phillips
Deborah A. Pooler
Tracy L. Reynolds
Courtney E. Richards
Heath D. Russell
Richard B. Sapp
Bonnie L. Sasser
Steven C. Savage
Dustin J. Scruggs
Brandon M. Solomon
Melanie D. Tengelsen
Brandon J. Toole
Elrich Vance
Olivia L. Wallace
Nicole M. Willard
Rebekah E. Wood

DEAN’S LIST – 3.30 grade point average or above

Elizabeth A. Agosto
Tatiana R. Albino
Allyson N. Allen
Heather E. Barnhart
Amanda L. Best
Chassity B. Bickford
Amanda S. Carpenter
Elizabeth W. Colquitt
Brandon D. Craven
Kimberly B. Davis
Kenneth R. Eaton
Marissa D. Erwin
Ashley N. Fernandez
Christopher C. Guimond
Michael S. Hammerstrom
Eric D. Harris
William M. Hart
Suzanna M. Headley
Dorothy C. Hill
Eric K. Hunley
Ashley B. Joyner
Heather N. Kelly
Kyle D. Kemper
Nathina A. Knight
Ashley R. Langston
Laura M. Laroche
Sarah L. Marrone
Amanda N. Morgan
Krista J. Mullis
Matthew E. Patterson
Megan E. Peacock
Brandi N. Pittman
Brandon D. Potts
Leah S. Railey
Michael B. Rhodes
Charles L. Samuel
Oksana M. Telenkova
Angela K. Welch
Christa N. Williams
Shannon E. Wilson

Georgia Military College is a two-year liberal arts college offering a student-centered educational experience to scholars across the state of Georgia with campuses in Milledgeville, Augusta, Valdosta, Warner Robins, Columbus and Union City, and extension centers in Madison and Sandersville. Georgia Military College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate Degrees.