College students were named Dimmitt Scholars in recognition
of high academic achievement, and fifty-four students were
named Roadman Scholars in recognition of very high academic
achievement for the spring 2004 semester.
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 45 hours of
college work with a cumulative grade point average of 3.76
The following students have been named Dimmitt Scholars:
Sioux City – Cari Clayton, Rodney Doenhoefer,
Michael Drury, Jennifer Dziurawiec, Andrew Eberhardt, Emily
Evans, Jason Goergen, Lindsay Holmberg, Jess Horsley, Ryan
Hutchinson, Kristine Marsh, Angela McLoud, Angela Phillips,
Marce Pynn, Sarah Ricker, Maria Ruelas, Nima Sabet, John Steele,
Kylee Stewart, Mary Turner, and Abbey Williams.
Iowa – William Allen, Pomeroy; Jillian Alons,
LeMars; Stephanie Bettin, Mapleton; Kate Boeve, Doon; Ashley
Dirks, Alta; Ashley Fletcher, Sergeant Bluff; William Foval,
Orange City; Erin Huseman, Aurelia; Jennifer Jauron, Sergeant
Bluff; Mariah Laver, Harlan; Eric Lawson, Harlan; Jennifer
McNeill, Vinton; Adam Orban, LeMars; Kimberly Parker, Cherokee;
Matthew Phelps, Bondurant; Angela Phillips, Sac City; Alissa
Reeves, Kingsley; Crystal Reinhart, Odebolt; Cynthia Rilling,
Moville; Jaclynn Rotramel, Anthon; Mark Roush, Marshalltown;
Tara Schubert, Galva; Lisa Varenhorst, LeMars; Steele Welcher,
Waterloo; Joshua Widman, Sergeant Bluff; Melissa Wurr, Holstein;
and Benjamin Young, Onawa.
Nebraska – Jessica Alexander, Lincoln; Matthew
Armstrong, Bassett; Blaine Ball, South Sioux City; Mark Clark,
South Sioux City; Luke Comeau, South Sioux City; Heidi Cunningham,
Bellevue; Valerie Gibson, Arnold; Jacob Green, Lincoln; Kamila
Kloth, Wisner; and Maria Rodriguez, South Sioux City.
Other states and countries – Rebel Dede, Sioux
Falls, S.D.; Patricia Dekker, Worthington, Minn.; Renee Fudala,
Bloomington, Minn.; Briena Kappes, Horace, N.D.; Devon Kramer,
Rochester, Minn.; Erin Mulvany, Tualatin, Ore.; Jenifer Patawaran,
Bremerton, Wash.; and Haruna Yamada, Sapporo, Japan.
The Dimmitt Scholar designation is made in honor of the late
Miss Lillian Dimmitt, who served as a teacher and administrator
at Morningside College for more than 60 years.
students have been named Roadman Scholars:
Sioux City – Pamela Andersen, Jill Ellickson,
Camille Farley, Zachary Hindman, Nancy Janicek, Kelli Johnson,
Mikaela Johnson, Jaclyn Jorgensen, Katie Kinney, Darija Ljubibratic,
Sarah Loffswold, Pamela Mason, Jessica McKeever, Amanda Norby,
Jenna Rehnstrom, Crista Rustwick, Rachel Weinmann, Amber Wiertzema,
and Heidi Young.
Iowa – Laurie Amick, Bronson; Justin Beller,
Sergeant Bluff; Lacey Bensink, Monroe; Natalie Biede, Council
Bluffs; Steven Deppe, Prole; Alisa Eich, Glenwood; Devora
Geller, Des Moines; Lindsey Heiliger, Sheldon; Janae Jacob,
Nevada; Kate Lokken, Denison; Theresa Loveall, Sergeant Bluff;
Kristina Marshall, Clarion; Karen Mathistad, Lawton; Adrienne
McElderry, Council Bluffs; Georgie Mrla, Lawton; Batsirai
Mutize, Webster City; Michael Nicodemus, Aurelia; Jacquelyn
Otto, Auburn; Kelley Pruismann, Rock Valley; Cassandra Qualheim,
Denison; Kristine Sauer, Sheldon; Jennifer Van Otterloo, Sheldon;
Mallie Vetter, Red Oak; Adam Webb, Grundy Center; and Rebecca
Nebraska – Chad Agnew, LaVista; Allison Downs,
South Sioux City; and Heather Push, Kearney.
Other states – Jonathan Fisk, Olathe, Kan.; Chanda
Pederson, Big Lake, Minn.; Crystal Quibell, Blue Springs,
Mo.; Adrian Rieder, Centerville, Minn.; and Abby Wagner, Sioux
The Roadman Scholar designation is made in honor of the late
Dr. Earl Roadman, longtime president of Morningside College.