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September 22, 2021

DCCC deanís list

DCCC deanís list
The following students qualified for the deanís list for the spring 2011 semester at Davidson County Community College. A student who has completed at least 12 semester hours of credit and who has achieved a grade point average of at least 3.5 on all work attempted with no incomplete and grade lower than a C is placed on the deanís list.
China Grove ó Katelyn Suzanne Garcia, Rebecca Jane Ritchie.
Cleveland ó David Lee Burch, John Alan Hall, Vickie Suzanne Hall, Gerardo Alexis Mendez.
Cooleemee ó Janette Irene Palmer, Danielle Marie Younts Pennington, Katherine Izabel Quijada.
Kannapolis ó Ron Price.
Landis ó Rita Hudson Goins.
Linwood ó Rhonda Brinkle Haywood, Mauda V. Herring, Daniel Scott Jones, Felisha Ann Livezey, Clifton Wayne Mize, Amber Nicole Snider, Vanessa Dianna Swing, Kristen Jeanette Wertz, Joshua Hugh Wolfe.
Mocksville ó Ralph Darin Allman, Alexis Abraham Alvarado-Beltran, Aubrey Kelly Apperson, Priyanka Vijay Barad, Christopher Lee Barney, George Mitchell Boger, Bobby Joe Brown, Cassandra Lynn Brownell, Hannah Marie Buie, Claudia Carolina Campos, Dale Ray Clement, Jesicia Louise Conner, Jason Wayne Cothran, Malissa Nichole Diehl, Cynthia Michelle Doby, Michael Dean Edwards, Tina Arlene Fortney, Pedro Guzman, Scarlette Dawn Hampton, Janira Carina Hernandez, Frank Robert Hocevar, Nancy Naydean Howell, Alisha Nicole Leonard, Melissa Dawn Marion, Roy Madison Melton, Sheila A. Soard, Diana Victoria Vides, Willie Devon Williams.
Rockwell ó Sarah Stilwell Shrewsbury.
Salisbury ó Shaun Michael Snider, Angel Foy Swicegood.
Spencer ó Ericka Brooke Kluttz.
Woodleaf ó Michael Frank Barbee.

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