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02/14/08 - Kilgore

Kilgore College Select Outstanding Students

Sara Knight and Kyle Shipp Sara Knight and Kyle Shipp
Seated: Rebekah Gillespie, Elizabeth Faulkner and Misti Scudday.  Standing: Sean Jamerson, Bailey Chapman, Micah Behr and Stephanie Baldwin-Sutton Seated: Rebekah Gillespie, Elizabeth Faulkner and Misti Scudday. Standing: Sean Jamerson, Bailey Chapman, Micah Behr and Stephanie Baldwin-Sutton
Seated: Alex Hayes, Lacy Prince and Katherine Fisher.  Standing: Sherry Larkin, Merritt Grimm, Larry Woods and Eric Cargel Seated: Alex Hayes, Lacy Prince and Katherine Fisher. Standing: Sherry Larkin, Merritt Grimm, Larry Woods and Eric Cargel
Seated: Dinah Sullens, Jacob Adkisson, Mercedes Parker and Mary Landers.  Standing: Brittany Gage, Jessica Farmer, Amy Vicki, Sara Knight and Amber Fortner Seated: Dinah Sullens, Jacob Adkisson, Mercedes Parker and Mary Landers. Standing: Brittany Gage, Jessica Farmer, Amy Vicki, Sara Knight and Amber Fortner

Each year, two students are selected that best represent Kilgore College based on academic excellence, loyalty, leadership abilities and extra-curricular involvement.  This year, Sara L. Knight and Kyle Shipp were voted as KC's Most Representative. 

Knight is a communications major from Hallsville and plans to graduate in May with an Associate of Arts degree and transfer to Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo.  She is a KC Presidential Scholarship recipient, editor of The Flare (the college's newspaper), a member of the Ranger yearbook staff, member of Phi Theta Kappa and the Wesley Foundation Board.

Shipp is a communications major from Kilgore and a Dean's Scholarship recipient.  He plans to graduate in May with an Associate of Arts degree and transfer to Texas A&M University to major in sports management.  Shipp serves as the sports editor of The Flare and the Ranger yearbook.

KC also recognized 28 students, one from each campus department, as Most Outstanding.  Employees from each department were encouraged to vote during the month of January for the student that they felt best represented their department. 

The following students were selected as Most Outstanding:

Jacob Adkisson - Photography (Longview)

Micah Behr - Music (Music)

Stephanie Baldwin-Sutton - Dance (Round Rock)

Danielle Brian - Ad Graphic Design (Ad Graphic Design)

Eric Cargel - Radiologic Technology (Monroe, La.)

Bailey Chapman - Art (Kilgore)

Elizabeth Falkner - Associate Degree Nursing (Longview)

Jessica Farmer - General Business (Longview)

Katherine Fisher - Vocational Nursing (White Oak)

Amber Fortner - Physical Therapist Assistant (Longview)

Virginia Franklin - Computer Science (Tyler)

Brittany Gage - Medical Assisting Technology (Gladewater)

Rebekah Gillespie - Geography (Hallsville)

Merritt Grimm - Business Administration (Longview)

Alex Hayes - Engineering (Longview)

Sean Jamerson - Math and Physics (Kilgore)

Sara Knight - Journalism (Hallsville)

Mary Landers - Occupational Safety and Health (Kilgore)

Sherry Larkin - TRIO (Dallas)

Erin Lee - Early Childhood (Henderson)

Mercedes Parker - Retail Management (Overton)

Nila Mobbs - Industrial Management (Longview)

Lacy Prince - Speech (Longview)

Misti Scudday - Accounting (Kilgore)

Amie Seals - Legal Assisting (Jefferson)

Dinah Sullens - Management (Overton)

Amy Vick - Surgical Technology (Diana)

Larry Woods - History (Longview)

Cathryn Khalil, reporting. ckhalil@kltv.com

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