WWU graduates: Students who recently received degrees at Western Washington University include:

Arlington: Jeffery F. Gay, Sharon Ann Wagner, Kathryn Elizabeth Barnes.

Bothell: Casey Lanae King, Christine Michele Bellin, Robyn Elizabeth Lee, Julie Elizabeth Webb, Marisa Lynn Porter, Laurie Lundstrom.

Brier: Katherine Alise Healy.

Clinton: Brad Warren Hendrickson, Andrea Lee Ricketts.

Edmonds: Amanda Elizabeth Grant, Brian Michael Brancheau, Jennifer Marie Foisy, Mark Sobhy Askander, Sarah Elizabeth Mason, Scott M. Freeman, Philip David Pesheck, Shannon Michelle Gingell.

Everett: Allegra Anne Moore, Aparna Shilpa Venkateswaran, Jessi Lee Williams, Jaqueline Michelle Hardin, David Sanchez Cuesta, Di Pei, Karen Elizabeth Juhl, Kelly Rae Dykes, Kyle Scott Forbes, Laura Ann Minor, Kellie Rae Trivett, Kristin Elizabeth Kube, LeRoy Howard Raymond.

Granite Falls: Lea Joy Gresli, Joelle Ashley Wright.

Lake Stevens: Barbara Ann Myers, Padraic Tucker Markle.

Lynnwood: Andrew Jonathan Rochelle, Barry Cameron Mendez, Adam Henry Flamiatos, Cara Louise Hudson, Laurel L. Eddy, Rebecca Suzanne Darnall, Sara Marie Hedges, Ngocvi Thi Nguyen.

Marysville: Carl Robert Jacobsen, Brooke R. Heichel, Macy Michelle Puz-Fazio.

Mill Creek: Leigh M. Kellogg, Scott Christophe Minner.

Monroe: Andrea Nicole Donnell.

Mountlake Terrace: Jeremy C. Audette, Esther S. Rmah.

Mukilteo: Gina Marie Cusano, Nicholas Blair Fletcher.

Oak Harbor: Charlene Diane Milliron, Romany Ann Kerr, Kristi Rae Krieg, Kristine Debra LeBlanc, Laura Michelle Ongna, Linnea Mae Reddy.

Snohomish: Jason Daniel Myers, Jennifer Lynn Hall, Brandy Melissa Skoda, Mark R. Guffey, Lindsey Anna Hansen, Julie Charleen Sanders.

Sultan: Jodene Lyn Carlson.

WWU Honor Roll: Students on the Honor Roll at Western Washington University include:

Arlington: Alexandra Malan Nicely, Clarice Shafer, Jeremiah Patrick O’Hagan, Lindsey Erin Shiers, Nicole Marie Martin, Rebecca Ann Jensen.

Bothell: Amber Lorelle Stover, Andrea Mae Yee, Julie Lynn Potts, Frank Andre Hruby, Jeff Ian Kuck, Brendan Allen O’Neill, Brianna Lynn Wing, Kari Lyn Henderson, Misti DeanaRash Smith, Monica Elizabeth Savory, Mark Andrew Leuning, Matthew Brian Kinder, Tyler David King, William Ryan Weaver.

Brier: Jameson Patrick Ernst.

Clinton: Sky Alan Hoelting.

Edmonds: Leah Adela Scudder, Brendan Ripley Mahan, David Benjamin Koenig.

Everett: Chrystaline December Doucette, Amanda Anne Barilleaux, Abigail Kathryn Potts, Joshua J. Knight, Kristin Marie Medley, Michael A. MacKenzie, Michael William Montgomery, Linnea Anneliese Gruber, Luke William Ruggenberg, Megan Miyoko Jensen, Tawnya Selene Gyles, Tracy Anne Webber.

Lake Stevens: Sunny Dior Radosevich.

Langley: Zachary M. VanLue, Blake M. Skouras, Caitlin Maie Stein, Ellen Jean Kendall, Phoebe Ann Pascoe.

Lynnwood: Rebecca Suzanne Darnall, Ryan Patrick Hjorten, Leah Marie Logan, Janna Marisa Bronemann, Erin Elizabeth Wallace, April Eloise Jensen.

Marysville: Benjamin Ryan Ballew, AnneMarie Cooper, Corrie Chantelle Hayes, Jaime Amanda Rennert, Levi Makaio Miller, Shawna Renee Munson, Susan Laurine Cederholm.

Monroe: Rachel Lee Petersen, Jennifer Marie Hartman.

Mountlake Terrace: Elisha Marie Hamilton, Melissa Renee Redding.

Mukilteo: Stephanie Joy Schafer, Erica Kiyoko Kondo, Lindsay Joy Dowd.

Oak Harbor: Amber Nicole Young, Theresa Marie Black.

Snohomish: Elizabeth Corinna Mueller, Jim D. Laukkonen, Derek James Valleroy, Corinne Michelle Turner, Chelsea Rae Vellema, Christine Marie Healy, BreeAnn R. Gale, Brendan Phillip Miller, Troy Justin McCutchen, Nicole Kimberly Cook.

Stanwood: Olen Thorvald Ronning, Stephen Anthony Reed, Amy Lynne Isaksen, Daniel Edward Brown.

Woodinville: Heather Anne Stephens, Cami Lynn DeFoor, Christopher Austin Woolley, Zoe K. Fraley, Sebastian Kohlmeier, Steve Raymond Samson, Rebecca Lee Meredith, Marisa Linnell Bebee.

Columbia College Dean’s list: Students on the Dean’s List at Columbia College include:

Everett: Danette Adams-Foxx, Caro Austin, David Brickman, Jasmine Briggs, David Dalessio, David Dukes, Todd Gilmore, Kenneth Putney, Kim Shultz, Bryant Walden.

Arlington: Freddy Aston, Kelly Duncan, Michal Miles, Rebecca White.

Marysville: Christopher Howard.

Mountlake Terrace: Colby Hansen.

Stanwood: Rebecca Lanier.

Dean’s List: The following local students are on college Dean’s Lists:

Amy Berto, Langley, Texas Christian University (4.0 grade point average).

Jennifer Kaminski, Lake Stevens, Texas Christian University.

Joseph Rhyu, Edmonds, Tufts University in Massachusetts.

Paul Benz, Everett; Jennifer Gilbertson, Lynnwood; Ben Staley, Bothell; Lindsey Reeder, Camano Island, California Lutheran University.

Bradley Baumgartner, Stanwood; Valerie Doyea, Arlington, Gonzaga University.

Kristin Aljets, Everett; Jong Park, Mill Creek, Grove City College in Pennsylvania.

Courtney Stepp, Lake Stevens, University of Montana.

Shanthi Raghu, Edmonds; Catherine King, Everett, Boston University.

College graduate: Nicholas Reynolds, Everett, received a bachelor’s degree at DeVry University.

Eagle Scout: Matthew Rodriguez, son of Larry and Peggy Rodriguez of Mukilteo, recently earned his Eagle Scout award. He is active in Everett Troop 18. Rodriguez recruited 22 volunteers and worked to dig out non-native plants and trash and other debris from a grove of trees at Spruce Park in Lynnwood.

Eagle Scout: Michael J. Hodgins, son of John and Lorraine Hodgins of Marysville, recently earned his Eagle Scout award. He is active in Everett Troop 18. For his project, Hodgins recruited volunteers to help him do several projects at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School pool such as repainting the bleachers, repainting diving signs and building an outside walkway and planting grass by it.

Eagle Scout: Paul Jellison, son of Brian and Kay Jellison of Edmonds, recently earned his Eagle Scout award. He is active in Mukilteo Troop 189. For his project, Jellison worked with Mukilteo’s public works director to educate the community on how wastewater introduced into the storm drain system flows directly into local streams and potential salmon habitat. The project required 203 man hours to complete, involved volunteer assistance from 17 other Scouts and six adults, and included mapping and labeling of more than 1,000 public storm drains in the Mukilteo area.

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