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Local Education

January 4, 2014

Ivy Tech scholarship recipients listed

ANDERSON — Ivy Tech Foundation East Central Region has announced its scholarship recipients for fall semester 2013. Visit for scholarship details.

Local recipients include:

Ashley Allen, Markleville, Medical Assisting, Phyllis and Hamer Shafer Healthcare Solutions and Rob and Alma Jeffs Scholarships

Gilly Beane, Alexandria, Practical Nursing, Karen R. Brown/Joseph B. Keene Memorial and The Jeanette Freestone MEAS Transitional Scholarships

Anita Bond, Anderson, Accounting, Chuck Person Minority Scholarship

Tammy Buckley, Anderson, Health Care Support-Nursing Interest, George S. and H. Loma Berkebile Scholarship

Lisa Carlson, Anderson, Health Care Support, George S. and H. Loma Berkebile Scholarship

Kara Critchlow, Anderson, Human Services, George Hughes Memorial Scholarship

Ashley Dailey, Anderson, Early Childhood Education, Futures Unlimited (Muncie) Scholarship

Lacey Dobbs, Yorktown, Nursing, Cheryl L. Walker Nursing Scholarship

Tiffany Dousa, Yorktown, Nursing, Cheryl L. Walker Nursing Scholarship

Taj Jackson, Anderson, General Studies, George S. and H. Loma Berkebile Scholarship

Suzanne Jarvis, Anderson, Practical Nursing, Karen R. Brown/Joseph B. Keene Memorial Scholarship

Melinda May, Pendleton, Medical Assisting, Phyllis and Hamer Shafer Healthcare Solutions Scholarship

Candace Mench, Anderson, Office Administration, Myers and Ford Autoworld Scholarship

Heather Michael, Fairmount, Health Care Support, Phyllis and Hamer Shafer Healthcare Solutions Scholarship

Alyssia Newby, Knightstown, General Studies, Thelma C. Johnson Scholarship

Michael Nicolai, Anderson, Computer Information Systems, Thelma C. Johnson Scholarship

Adam Renie, Knightstown, Respiratory Care, Clell Douglass Scholarship

Jessica Rossiter, Anderson, Human Services, George S. and H. Loma Berkebile Scholarship

Christopher Rubio, Yorktown, HVAC, R. Tiny Adams and Peggy Darnell Memorial Scholarships

Lindsay Sokol, Anderson, Nursing, Thelma C. Johnson Scholarship

Stephen Vail, Anderson, Computer Information Technology, George S. and H. Loma Berkebile Scholarship

Helen Vance, Chesterfield, Human Services, Thelma C. Johnson Scholarship

Kim Wilson, Gaston, Early Childhood Education, Racheal Ambrose Stinson Memorial Scholarship

Ivy Tech Community College is the state's largest public post-secondary institution and the nation's largest singly accredited statewide community college system serving nearly 200,000 students annually. Ivy Tech has campuses throughout Indiana.

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