New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 23, 1997, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 23, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 10AQ Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, February 23, 1997 Personals Therese A. Kelley, a senior theatre major at Sui Ross State University, has been named to “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” as an outstanding national leader and will be listed in the annual directory. She was chosen based on her academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. John Churchill Strange of New Braunfels graduated from The University of Kansas in December with a MA in biology. He is the son of Robert A. Strange of New Braunfels. Robert Andrew Zipp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Zipp of New Braunfels and Ms. Diane M. Zipp of San Antonio, was selected to the Commandant's Honor Roll in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University for the fall 1996. Robert will be given a certificate and will have his name posted on the honor roll board in the Corps of Cadets Center for the next semester. He also recently returned from New Orleans, La., where, as a member of the Texas AAM Ross Volunteers, he marched seven miles during the Mardi Gras parade as the Honor Guard for King Rex. Monica Friedcl, a personal banker at Norwcst Bank-Cibolo, has been named “Norwest Best” for 1996 The corporate honor recognizes approximately the top 2 percent of employees in the banking organization. Fricdel joins only 68 others of the 4,000 Norwest employees in Texas earning the designation. The annual recognition program culminates with a four-day event in Orlando, Fla., where Norwest Bank % honorees from around the country gather for seminars conducted by world-renowned business experts, as well as entertainment and recognition. Or. their return to their home banks, the honorees share their experiences and information with other Norwest employees. Diplomas were awarded to more than 3,300 Texas AAM University graduates during December commencement ceremonies. Among those receiving degrees were: Kimberly Dawn Lehmann of New Braunfels, bachelor of business administration in finance, Daniel Cade Bigler of New Braunfels, masters of engineering in civil engineering; Brandon Frederick Dietert of New Braunfels, BS in industrial distribution; Daniel Douglas Orr of New Braunfels, BS in construction science; Matthew Garrison Reese of New Braunfels, BS in psychology, Courtney H. Diezi of New Braunfels, BS in agricultural engineering, Justin Jay Jonas of New Braunfels, BS in animal science, cum laude, Brandy Jo Schellhase of New Braunfels, BS in biomedical sciences, magna cum laude, Rishanne Gail YVeidner ut New Braunfels, BS in interdisciplinary studies; Susan Allison Spicer of New Braunfels, bachelor of business administration in business analysis; Michael Steven Burck of Fair Oaks Ranch, BS in industrial engineering, magna cum laude; Diana Maria Josephina Camps of Spring Branch, BA in international studies; Brian Gerard Gottardy of Bulverde, doctor of education in educational administration. Texas AAM University has named its honor students for the 1996 fall semester, recognizing several thousand students for outstanding academic performance. The dean's honor roll recognizes students taking at least 15 student credit hours who have maintained at least a 3.75 grade point ratio out of a possible 4.0 during the most recent grading period. The following area students were on the fall 1996 dean's honor roll: Larry Scan McCoy of Bulverde, Shannon Christine Potter of Bulverde, Matthew Alan Ramsey of Bulverde, Karen Elaine Kalich of New Braunfels, Richard Douglas McDonald of New Braunfels, Stacey Leigh Pogue of New Braunfels, Ian Reid Remmler of New Braunfels, Kristen Lou Schlather of New Braunfels, Whitney Sue Hermes of New Braunfels, Kathleen Dolan Groff of New Braunfels, Ronda Kay Kraft of New Braunfels, Ryan David Stewart of New Braunfels, Jason Alan Wyatt of New Braunfels. The designation of “distinguished student" recognizes students who earned a 3.25 to 3.75 grade point ratio while taking at least 15 hours. The following area students earned that designation: Christine Marie Eason of Fair Oaks Ranch, senior agribusiness major; Jessica Lynn Fisher of Fair Oaks Ranch, freshman biomedical sciences major; Jeffrey Warren Emerson of Garden Ridge, junior agricultural economics major; Alison Claire Damarodas of New Braunfels, freshman biomedical sciences major; Amy Lynn McKinnon of New Braunfels, junior speech communications major; Arturo Romanillos of New Braunfels, senior agricultural engineering major; Daniel John Puts of New Braunfels, freshman business administration major; Alison Faye Bruemmer of New Braunfels, sophomore math major; Monique Yvette Haupert of New Braunfels, senior biomedical sciences major; Klint McLean Kingsbury of New Braunfels, freshman mechanical engineering major; Rachel F. Kinman of New Braunfels, junior psychology major; Ava Kneuper of New Braunfels, senior English major; Todd Bryan Veselis of New Braunfels, junior ocean engineering major; Christopher Lee Kuhn of New Braunfels, senior numerology • major; Diana Maria Josephina Camps of Spring Branch, senior international studies major. Gloria Angelica Cantil, daughter of Mr. Jaime and Mrs. dona Cantu of    New Braunfels, has been named to the dean's list at the University of Notre Dame for outstanding scholarship during the fall Gloria Cantu semester. 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Pictured ara drat piece winner Scan HIN, whose project waa titled “Properties of Fiber Dyeing," and second place winner Megan James, whoa# entry was “Bettis of the Bracelets.” Service Award Photo submitted Coleman Associates congratulates Michael Swttatskl, third shift Mow mold machina operator on five excellent years of service. Pictured with Swttalski is department leader Tho Cantu. The dean's list is composed of a select group of students who have succeeded in maintaining a scholastic average of 3.4 and above during the past semester. Cantu earned a 3.733 grade point average., Cantu, a 1996 graduate of Canyon High School, is in the University’s First Year of Studies Program. Barton Adams, a student of Canyon High School, was among 50 students who visited Austin College recently to participate in a one-day Science and Math College Preview on the campus. 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In addition to the physical conditioning program, Tilly spent numerous hours in classroom and Field assignments which included learning first aid, uniform regulations, combat water survival, marksmanship, hand-to-hand combat and assorted weapons training. He is a 1993 graduate of New Braunfels High School. Army Spec. Edward Amaro has graduated from the U.S. Army Primary Leadership Development Course at Fort Drum, Watertown, N.Y. Students received training in supervisory skills, leadership principles and small unit training techniques-essential to a first-line supervisor in a technical or administrative environment. Amaro, a signal support systems specialist, is a 1984 graduate of Canyon High School. Army Sgt. Raymond R. Hamilton has been decorated with the Army Achievement Medal. The medal is awarded to soldiers for meritorious service, acts of courage, or other outstanding accomplishments. Hamilton is an ammunition team chief with the 1st Battalion, 6th Field Artillery, Bamberg, Germany. His wife, Jenny is the daughter of Michael L. Way of New Braunfels. Army Pvt. Marcus B. Bishop has graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Knox, Radcliff, Ky. The training combines basic military training and advanced individual training. The first eight weeks of initial entry training include drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first aid and Army history and traditions. Bishop is the son of Virginia L. Nance of New Braunfels. He is a 1996 graduate of New Braunfels High School. Air Force Airman 1st Class Kevin L. Hoover has graduated from the electronic computer and switching systems apprentice course at Keester Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. Graduates learned to inspect, operate and maintain electronic computers and related equipment. 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