May 25, 2006
Sixty-three Morningside College students were named Dimmitt Scholars in recognition of high academic achievement, and 80 students were named Roadman Scholars in recognition of very high academic achievement for the 2005-06 academic year.
Dimmitt Scholars must be full-time students who have completed at least 45 semester 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 semester 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, Heather Blom, Jenna Christianson, Annie Cory, Julie DeLaRosa, Jennifer Dziurawiec, Erin Eckerman, Valerie Flanagan, Grant Garbe, Jason Goergen, Benjamin Goins, Austin Granzow, Elizabeth Green, Jess Horsley, Genell Humbert, Trisha Janssen, Sara Keleher, Emily Kesten, Tavia Knudsen, Adam Lang, William Luke, Stephanie Mastne, Angela Meyer, Casaday Nguyen, Elizabeth Reynolds, Jennifer Schneiders, Andrew Walker, Daniel Widrowicz.
Iowa – Jennifer Ball, Sergeant Bluff; DeRae Bettin, Ida Grove; Brianna Blake, Wiota; Kate Boeve, Doon; Lisa Cunningham, Anthon; Emily Faber, Le Mars; Nathan Harris, Akron; Shauna Heiden, Denison; Heather Huntley, Charter Oak; Tina Husman, Quimby; Mariah Laver, Harlan; Judy Leinen , Des Moines; Heidi Meyer, Alta; Kara Mickelson, Odebolt; Daniel Nielsen, Battle Creek; Brooke Pottorff, Corning; Tiffany Pribyl, Crescent; Kelly Pulatie, Harlan; Ashley Reuter, Marcus; Tara Schubert, Galva; Brandon Shostak, Le Mars; Jennifer Van Otterloo, Sheldon; Ashley Wood, Webster City; Elizabeth Wright, Onawa; Cassie Zimmerman, Oxford.
Other states and countries – Logan Anderson, Fort Calhoun, Neb.; Jacob Green, Lincoln, Neb.; Cheryl Johansen, South Sioux City, Neb.; Melissa Keiper, Lennox, S.D.; Devon Kramer, Rochester, Minn.; Katherine Kromminga, Dakota Dunes, S.D.; Angela Phillips, South Sioux City, Neb.; Emily Welcher, Elk Point, S.D.; Zachary Zalewski, Lincoln, Neb.; Tobias Tessmer, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
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, Mindee Borrall, Hope Chapman, Amber Clausen, Madison Davis, Paul Farley Wamberg, Phyllis Fisk, Miranda Heyer-Stroh, Zachary Hindman, Jaclyn Jorgensen, Kellsey Kock, Ashley Krause, Joshua Mahan, Brooke Niles, Travis Paulson, Cindy Rasmussen, Barbara Rohlena, Laura Roost, Talon Sowienski, Tina Spreng, David Streeby, Maria Thietje, Maria Tran, Megan Tuttle, Jordan Wall, Brenton Watkins, Denise Wiener, Leah Winter, Tiffany Yenter, Ryne Young.
Iowa – Amy Anderson, Estherville; Rachel Bellairs, Clarinda; Justin Beller, Sergeant Bluff; Lacey Bensink, Monroe; Jill Bohnker, Underwood; Steven Deppe, Prole; Alisa Eich, Glenwood; Ashley Fletcher, Sergeant Bluff; Erin Freml, Harlan; Meredith French, Le Mars; Laura Gehling, Salix; Devora Geller, Des Moines; Staci Holm, Story City; Kimberly Jessen, Everly; Brian Johnson, Bronson; Joshua Johnson, Sergeant Bluff; Alisha Krieg, Kingsley; Theresa Loveall, Sergeant Bluff; Wyeth Lynch, Prole; Adrienne McElderry, Council Bluffs; Jacquelyn Otto, Auburn; Teryn Pomerenke, Sergeant Bluff; Cynthia Rilling, Moville; Amy Salton, Webb; Brandilynn Shipler, Algona; Marleta Smith, Lake City; Christina Thomsen, Denison; Samantha Wenger, Danbury; Kristen Westergaard, Mapleton; Danielle Westphal, Lenox.
Other states and countries – Chad Agnew, Lavista, Neb.; Laura Andersen, Omaha, Neb.; Stacy Baldus, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Katherine Billings, Mount Prospect, Ill.; Cami Cain, Elkhorn, Neb.; Wendy Culligan, South Sioux City, Neb.; Heather Dauel, Silverdale, Wash.; Richard Donner, South Sioux City, Neb.; Melissa Dreyer, Hay Springs, Neb.; Jonathan Fisk, Olathe, Kan.; Nichole Hagerty, Spearfish, S.D.; Mikaela Johnson, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Elizabeth Kelly, Falls City, Neb., Kathryn Kotlik, Bellevue, Neb., Marisha Lenz, Lincoln, Neb.; Jennifer Nelson, Saint George, Utah; Jenna Rehnstrom, Hartington, Neb.; Jack Rother, Wolbach, Neb.; Taichi Imai, Tokyo, Japan.
The Roadman Scholar designation is named in honor of the late Dr. Earl Roadman, longtime president of Morningside College.