Avis R. Ramick of Gloucester City age 91
Edward Myers, WW II Marine Veteran, Past Post Commander of the Runnemede VFW

Dean's List Announced at Alvernia University

6a00d8341bf7d953ef0168e7efb238970c-120wiREADING, PA (01/26/2015)(readMedia)-- The following students have been named to Alvernia University's Dean's List for the fall 2014 semester. To be eligible for the Dean's List, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credits.

A graduate of Bishop Eustace Prep School Hillary Prozzillo of Swedesboro, N.J. (08085) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Burlington County Inst Tech Kellyann Bramley of Marlton, N.J. (08053) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Burlington County Inst Tech Screta Ford of New Lisbon, N.J. (08064) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Burlington Township High School Erin Kinsley of Burlington, N.J. (08016) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Cherokee High School Kristin Svitak of Marlton, N.J. (08053) is a Junior Early Childhood Education major.

A graduate of Cherokee High School Kirsten Carr of Marlton, N.J. (08053) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Cherokee High School Dominick Petaccio of Marlton, N.J. (08053) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Cherry Hill High School West Caitlin Sablich of Maple Shade, N.J. (08052) is a Junior Early Childhood Education major.

A graduate of Clearview Regional High School Julie Sutton of Sewell, N.J. (08080) is a Junior Early Childhood Education major.

A graduate of Deptford Township High School Breanna Worrell of Wenonah, N.J. (08090) is a Junior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Gateway Regional High School Casey Rusk of Westville, N.J. (08093) is a Freshman Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School Maria Petrongolo of Sewell, N.J. (08080) is a Freshman Health Care Science major.

A graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School Erin Sheehan of Williamstown, N.J. (08094) is a Senior Health Care Science major.

A graduate of Harry S Truman High School Lindsay Bittle of West Deptford, N.J. (08096) is a Senior Social Work major.

A graduate of Lenape Valley Regional High School Alexis Bendyna of Mount Laurel, N.J. (08054) is a Senior Communication major.

A graduate of Lindenwold High School Genesis Ciriaco of Cherry Hill, N.J. (08002) is a Junior Communication major.

A graduate of Millville Senior High School Kelsey Rafine of Dorchester, N.J. (08316) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Millville Senior High School Kristin Trout of Millville, N.J. (08332) is a Junior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Paul VI High School Katie Jo Galezniak of Lindenwold, N.J. (08021) is a Junior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Paul VI High School Devon Reeves of Laurel Springs, N.J. (08021) is a Junior Forensic Science major.

A graduate of Paul VI High School Ryan Aleszczyk of Merchantville, N.J. (08109) is a Freshman Sport Management major.

A graduate of Sacred Heart High School Christian Bencie of Vineland, N.J. (08361) is a Junior Athletic Training major.

A graduate of Seneca High School Rachel Holmes of Tabernacle, N.J. (08088) is a Junior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Shawnee High School Colleen Reilly of Medford, N.J. (08055) is a Junior Health Care Science major.

A graduate of Sterling High School Jenna Onorato of Laurel Springs, N.J. (08021) is a Senior Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Timber Creek Regional High School Brianna Fisher of Erial, N.J. (08081) is a Sophomore Early Childhood Education major.

A graduate of Washington Township High School Katelyn Lee of Turnersville, N.J. (08012) is a Freshman Occupational Therapy major.

A graduate of Washington Township High School Rachel Moran of Sicklerville, N.J. (08081) is a Junior Occupational Therapy major.

ALVERNIA is a distinctive Franciscan university, grounded in the Catholic and liberal arts traditions, that combines diverse academic opportunities with personal attention and an unmatched commitment to community service. Alvernia empowers students to become "ethical leaders with moral courage." Through real-world learning and the challenging guidance of faculty mentors, they discover their passion for life and turn what they love into lifetimes of career success and personal fulfillment. Alvernia students do well and do good.

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