Federal Way grad on homecoming court at SMC

Rachel Schumacher of Federal Way was named to the 2002 Homecoming Court at Saint Martin’s College on Feb. 8 at the annual Homecoming dinner and awards program. Homecoming court members are nominated and voted to the court by their peers.

She is a freshman at St. Martin’s, located in Lacey.

Renfro on dean’s list at Wheaton

Trystan Renae Renfro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Renfro of Federal Way, was named to the fall semester dean’s list at Wheaton College. To qualify, undergraduate students must carry 12 or more hours and earn a 3.5 to 4.0 gpa.

Wheaton College is a coeducational Christian liberal arts college near Chicago, Ill.

EWU graduates

Eastern Washington University awarded bachelor and master’s degrees at the end of fall quarter 2001. Graduating students include: Jennifer MacNiven of Federal Way, master’s degree, physical therapy; Russell Golding of Auburn, bachelor of arts in business administration, professional accounting; David Ratcliff of Des Moines, bachelor of arts in business administration, general management; and Robert Brock of Kent, master’s degree, public administration.

SPU dean’s list

Federal Way students made the Seattle Pacific University autumn quarter dean’s list. Students completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.5 or higher grade point average. They are:

Tracy E. Pearson, daughter of Brad and Sharron Pearson; Ryan Harris Demirjian, son of Keith and Lynda Demirjian; Jennifer Kay Maier, daughter of Anthony Maier and Sandra Maier; Lisa M. Neff, daughter of Larry and Nancy Neff; Melody Nicole Rivera, daughter of Timothy and Jacqueline Morris; Rebecca Joy Schell, daughter of Steven and Mary Schell; and Cheryl A. Regilio, daughter of Michael Regilio of Hoffman Estates, Ill., and Denise Regilio of Grayslake, Ill.

WWU honor roll

The following students were named to the Western Washington University honor roll at the completion of fall quarter, 2001. To qualify, a student must complete at least 14 graded credit hours during a quarter and be in the top 10 percent of his or her class.

Federal Way: 4.0 gpa: Jacob Bernard Bement, Megan Lee Claar, Jennifer Lynn Doll and Shauna Rae Matetich. Honor Roll: Christine Lynn Simonsen and Joshua Thomas Viles.

Auburn: 4.0 gpa: Krista Roslyn Almaas, Chandra Lillian Anderson, Allyson Susan Booth and Brieanna Marie Wentzel. Honor Roll: Jonathan Douglas Egbert, William Daniel Egbert, Amie Bernice Haugland, Allison Marie Schroeder, Charles Beason Stone and Gene Oh Um.

Des Moines: Megan Melissa Pann.

Kent: 4.0 gpa: K. Joey Blahut, Barbara Anne Datin and Megan Marie Pittenger. Honor Roll: Jeanette Christine Crosser-McGay, Suzanne Noelle Fowler, Rachael Lynn Friddell, Stacey Jean Grajczyk, Meghan Andea Haley, Camille Victoria Nightingale, Erinn Rebecca O’Leary, Meredith Jean Ritchie and Daniel Kei Satake.

Fall WSU grads

Washington State University awarded degrees following fall semester to the following students:

Christopher Joseph Bradley, B.S. in zoology; Natalie Marie Cruz, B.A. in business administration; Jamie Jacqueline Kaczor, B.A. communication; Lori Marie Maggard, B.S. in science (General Studies — biological science); Sean-Michael Majors, B.A. in philosophy; Joe Charles Martel III, B.A. in criminal justice, cum laude; Sean David McGrady, B.A. in criminal justice; and Ryan Paul Penhallegon, B.A. in hotel administration, all of Federal Way.

Shana Tamiko Crane, B.S. in civil engineering, summa cum laude; Deka Alice DeWitt, B.A. in history; Phuong Cuong Nguyen B.S. in science (General Studies — mathematics); Bree Nicole Norquist, B.A. in education, magna cum laude; Chandra Kay-Dawn Stevenson, B.S. in kinesiology, magna cum laude; Jennifer Jean Tabor, B.A. in communication; and Whitney Lee Ward, B.A. in communication, all of Auburn.

Charles Eric Winters, B.A. in communication, of Des Moines.

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