May 17, 2005
Ninety-one Morningside College students were named Dimmitt Scholars in recognition of high academic achievement, and sixty-nine students were named Roadman Scholars in recognition of very high academic achievement for the 2004-05 academic year.
Dimmitt Scholars must be full-time students who have completed at least 45 credit hours of college work with a cumulative grade point average between 3.50 and 3.75.
Roadman Scholars must be full-time students who have completed at least 45 credit hours of college work with a cumulative grade point average of 3.76 or above.
The following students were named Dimmitt Scholars:
Sioux City – Cathleen Ann, Natasha Bennett, Kate Boeve, Rachel Castillo, Jenna Christianson, Annie Cory, Julie DeLaRosa, Rodney Doenhoefer, Jennifer Dziurawiec, Emily Evans, Shawna Gallardo, Grant Garbe, Jason Goergen, Benjamin Goins, Elizabeth Green, Jess Horsley, Ryan Hutchinson, Adam Lang, Rebecca Limke, Pamela Mason, Angela McLoud, Casaday Nguyen, Debbie Noble, Crickett Phelps, Angela E. Phillips, Elizabeth Reynolds, Sarah Ricker, Sarah Schmidt, Karen Skalka, Luke Sorensen, John Steele, Kylee Stewart, Kimberlie Strohbeen, Andrew Walker, Elizabeth Watson, Daniel Widrowicz, Ashley Wood.
Iowa – William Allen, Cherokee; Jill Alons, LeMars; Meagan Anderson, Indianola; Jennifer Ball, Sergeant Bluff; Brianna Blake, Wiota; James Braunschweig, Alta; Lisa Cunningham, Anthon; Aletha Drenth, Sioux Center; Alisa Eich, Glenwood; Emily Faber, Le Mars; Shauna Heiden, Denison; Heather Huntley, Charter Oak; Angela Kern, Hawarden; Emily Kesten, Oakland; Mariah Laver, Harlan; Eric Lawson, Harlan; Maggie McDermott, Oto; Kara Mickelson, Odebolt; Timothy Moose, Garnavillo; Daniel Nielsen, Battle Creek; Angela S. Phillips, Sac City; Alissa Reeves, Kingsley; Cody Rininger, Schaller; Tara Schubert, Galva; Brandilynn Shipler, Algona; Shawna Simmons, Des Moines; Lisa Spencer, Kingsley; Taera Stille, George; Mary Turner, Pocahontas; Jennifer Van Otterloo, Sheldon; Lisa Varenhorst, Le Mars; Steele Welcher, Waterloo; Joshua Widman, Sergeant Bluff; Abbey Williams, Villisca; Tyler Woods, Davenport; Cassie Zimmerman, Oxford.
Nebraska – Genoveva Arreola, South Sioux City; Rafael Arreola, South Sioux City; Natalie Fenton, Omaha; Jacob Green, Lincoln; Kamila Kloth, Wisner; Angela Meyer, Lincoln; Casandra Peck, Scribner; Nicholas Reigle, Madison; Dana Rossmeier, Norfolk; Lisa Schoenberner, Crofton; Tara Wortmann, Hartington; Zachary Zalewski, Lincoln.
Other states and countries – Amy Clark, Robinson, Ill.; Melissa Keiper, Lennox, S.D.; Devon Kramer, Rochester, Minn.; Lane Madsen, Gettysburg, S.D.; Crystal Quibell, Blue Springs, Mo.; Lindsay Smith, Liberty, Mo.
The Dimmitt Scholar designation is named in honor of the late Miss Lillian Dimmitt, who served as a teacher and administrator at Morningside College for more than 60 years.
The following students have been named Roadman Scholars:
Sioux City – Shawna Barnes, Lacey Bensink, Abigail Chipman, Amber Clausen, Elizabeth Cooper, Diane Fawcett, Jonathan Fisk, Phyllis Fisk, Genell Fridley, Miranda Heyer-Stroh, Zachary Hindman, Trisha Janssen, Kelli Johnson, Joshua Johnson, Jaclyn Jorgensen, Tavia Knudsen, Kellsey Kock, Darija Ljubibratic, Sarah Loffswold, Adrienne McElderry; Jessica McKeever, Batsirai Mutize, Michael Nicodemus, Brooke Niles, Amanda Norby, Travis Paulson, Cindy Rasmussen, Jenna Rehnstrom, Barbara Rohlena, Jennifer Schneiders, Mallie Vetter, Brenton Watkins, Rachel Weinmann, Ryne Young.
Iowa – Amy Anderson, Estherville; Justin Beller, Sergeant Bluff; Stephanie Bettin, Carroll; Jill Bohnker, Underwood; Steven Deppe, Prole; Ashley Fletcher, Sergeant Bluff, Erin Freml, Harlan; Meredith French, Le Mars; Laura Gehling, Salix; Devora Geller, Des Moines; Janae Jacob, Nevada; Nancy Janicek, Badger; Stephanie Loeschen, Ocheyedan; Theresa Loveall, Sergeant Bluff; Jacquelyn Otto, Auburn; Cassandra Qualheim, Denison; Samantha Wenger, Danbury; Amber Wiertzema, Little Rock.
Nebraska – Chad Agnew, La Vista; Laura Andersen, Omaha; Hope Chapman, Omaha; Mark Clark, South Sioux City; Wendy Culligan, South Sioux City; Richard Donner, South Sioux City; Valerie Gibson, Arnold; Elizabeth Kelly, Falls City; Heather Push, Kearney; Maria Thietje, Lincoln.
Other states and countries – Stacy Baldus, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Patricia Dekker, Worthington, Minn.; Mikaela Johnson, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Jennifer Nelson, Prescott Valley, Ariz.; Sherri Pucherelli, Pine, Colo., Alexander Stephens, Inver Grove Heights, Minn,; Mohamed Babiker, Khartoum.
The Roadman Scholar designation is named in honor of the late Dr. Earl Roadman, longtime president of Morningside College.