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Eastern Kentucky University The following students from Woodford County were named to the 2019 fall Dean’s Award List from Eastern Kentucky University: Sydney Nicole Fugate, Mollie Grace Crook, Jessica Amezcua, Makenzie Paige Thomas, Ann M. Gill, Elizabeth A. Evans and Jared Michael Christian. The following students from Woodford County were named to the 2019 fall Dean’s List from Eastern Kentucky University: Kelli Nicole Mason, Jessica Amezcua, Ciera Nicole Griffin, Makenzie Paige Thomas, Ann M. Gill, Elizabeth A. Evans, Madeline Lily Grace Brown, Brienna Quinn Ratliff, Jared Michael Christian, Connor Lewis Akers, Angie Jatzziry Marroquin Garcia, Anna McKay Nuckols, Breanna R. Willis, Branden James Brookfield, Kayla Whitney Maynard, Alyssa Michelle Parrett and Jadyn Crace Smith. The following students from Woodford County were named to the 2019 fall President’s List from Eastern Kentucky University: Sarah Eliabeth Wilson, Albert John Ware, Kennedy Lyn Reister, Ashley Paige Lawrence, Taeyah Brianne Deskins, Abigail Brooke Mattingly, Mollie Grace Crook, Bailey Renee Bird, Sarah Ann Maynard, Welsy Valeska Discua Rodriguez, Thien-Kim Thi Tran, Kellie Nicole Mason, Jessica Amezcua, Ann M. Gill, Elizabeth A. Evans, Madeline Lily Grace Brown, Jared Michael Christian, Connor Lewis Akers, Angie Jatzziry Marroquin Gracia, Branden James Brookfield, Alyssa Michelle Parrett and Jadyn Crace Smith. The following students from Woodford County were 2019 fall graduates from Eastern Kentucky University: Jarvis Lamar Livingston, Robert Reid Richardson, Jessica Lynn Pierson and Rebecca Leigh Mize.

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