109 Students Named to SGTC Fall 2018 President’s List

February 15, 2019
SGTC President's List logo.

It isn’t easy to tout a 4.0 GPA in a semester of college – but 109 South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) students did just that last semester, earning them a spot on the college’s President’s List. SGTC President Dr. John Watford announced the list recently, releasing the names of the 109 students who were included.

The President’s List was established to recognize academic excellence in the SGTC student body. In order to be included on the list, a student must be enrolled in an associate degree or diploma program and have a 4.0 GPA for that semester’s coursework. Those included on the list feature students from 25 Georgia counties and four other states. The list includes:

Coweta County: Troy Anthony Mapp of Newnan, aviation maintenance technology.

Crisp County: Antonio C. Brinson of Cordele, business technology; Shatarra Denise Brinson of Cordele, business technology; Samantha J. Campbell of Cordele, networking specialist; Logan Freeman Harris of Cordele, networking specialist; John Herzog of Cordele, welding and joining technology; Tiyama M. Holt of Cordele, marketing management; Holly Finch Hudson of Cordele, marketing management; Jakela N. Jones of Cordele, early childhood care and education, Shakira Nicole Jordan of Cordele, cosmetology, Michael T. Keen of Cordele, networking specialist, Desiray Chantay Kenney of Cordele, accounting; Kimberlee V. Newbern of Cordele, marketing management; Blake E. Rigsby of Cordele, networking specialist; Kacey Lee Rivers of Arabi, business technology; Stephanie N. Sinnott of Cordele, early childhood care and education; and Paul Richard Vees, Jr. of Cordele, networking specialist.   

Decatur County: Jose A. Mendoza of Attapulgus, electrical systems technology.

Dooly County: Kennedy L. Allen of Vienna, business technology; Christine M. Anderson of Vienna, culinary arts; Hunter G. Farmer of Vienna, networking specialist; Amber Lynn Kent of Pinehurst, networking specialist; America Joanna Martinez of Vienna, networking specialist; and Christopher M. Mathews of Vienna, networking specialist.

Dougherty County: Anna Victoria Horton of Albany, barbering; Jerrell Rakeem Sherod Mcintosh of Albany, barbering; Jordan Alyssa Spires of Leesburg, automotive technology.

Douglas County: Christopher G. Gaston of Douglasville, aviation maintenance technology.

Glynn County: Tyler E. Hunnewell of Brunswick, welding and joining technology.

Gwinnett County: Brant Avery Bell of Buford, motorsports vehicle technology.

Harris County: Jonah Lanehart of Cataula, heavy equipment service technology.

Henry County: Savion J. Evans of Hampton, diesel equipment technology; and Dorian E. Fisher of McDonough, sports and fitness management.

Jasper County: Chasen L. Edge of Monticello, heavy equipment service technology; and Cody W. Sparks of Moticello, heavy equipment service technology.

Lee County: D’Erica Mu’Quisha Brown of Leesburg, early childhood care and education; Samuel James Lovelace of Leesburg, welding and joining technology; and Joel L. Melton of Leesburg, air conditioning technology.

Lowndes County: Jonathan David Hatcher of Valdosta, air conditioning technology.

Macon County: Joshua D. Flowers of Montezuma, drafting technology; Vera Clark Lewis of Montezuma, early childhood care and education; Felicia McKellar of Oglethorpe, early childhood care and education; and Justin E. Parker of Oglethorpe, diesel equipment technology.

Marion County: Andrew Michael Brake of Mauk, air conditioning technology; and Aisha J. Douglas of Buena Vista, early childhood care and education.

Muscogee County: Willie Holmes of Columbus, air conditioning technology; and Christopher James White of Columbus, electrical systems technology.

Pike County: Brady C. Bennett of Molena, heavy equipment service technology.

Schley County: Christopher J. Averett of Ellaville, accounting; Destiny Nicole Baker of Ellaville, criminal justice technology; Logan Thomas Dodson of Ellaville, networking specialist; Jennifer Necole Legget of Ellaville, early childhood care and education; and James Sentell Shutters of Ellaville, welding and joining technology.

Stewart County: William Benjamin Cobb of Richland, air conditioning technology.

Sumter County: Caleb S. Abell of Leslie, air conditioning technology; Katelyn Beatrice Burgess of Americus, cosmetology; Levi Adam Cowan of Americus, networking specialist; Kizzy L. Eke of Americus, industrial systems technology; Cherisse Fletcher of Americus, early childhood care and education; Ka’Nijah Foster of Americus, culinary arts; Stephanie Garren-Raper of Americus, culinary arts; Markus Kyle Given of Americus, motorsports vehicle technology; Dwandelyn C. Hall of Americus, accounting; Dwen Thomas R. Harpe of Americus, drafting technology; Mari Shibbity Hill of Americus, sports and fitness management; Marvin T. Johnson of Americus, diesel technology; Hayleigh Jones of Americus, accounting; Keeuntae Latrice Kleckley of Americus, early childhood care and education; Benjamin D. Kuipers of Americus, precision machining and manufacturing; Quaisha Shanequa Lembrick of Americus, accounting; Samantha Lynn Long of Americus, culinary arts; Brandon Mable of Americus, aircraft structural technology; Jaleisha S. Mann of Americus, marketing management; Jamarcus Stone of Americus, marketing management; Janice Evette Wallace of Americus, early childhood care and education; Jessica Briana Watts of Americus, accounting; Demetra Da’sha Williams of Americus, marketing management; Adrian woods of Plains, auto collision repair technology; Shontavius Mashea Woods of Plains, business technology; and Dylan B. Yarbrough of Americus, aircraft structural technology.

Taylor County: Branden Will McDaniel of Reynolds, aviation maintenance technology; and Tate Lewis Williams of Reynolds, welding and joining technology.

Turner County: Jacob Mathew Hobbs of Ashburn, automotive technology; Katherine L. Murphy of Ashburn, business technology; and Sakiya K. Terrell, marketing management.

Webster County: Kenneth Nathaniel Wills of Preston, welding and joining technology; and Joshua Tyler Yochum of Preston, air conditioning technology.

Wilcox County: Theressa Bryant of Abbeville, medical assisting; Nicole Embry of Pitts, accounting; Garrett Charles Pfabe of Rochelle, networking specialist; and Michael Seth Satterfield of Rochelle, welding and joining technology.

Worth County: Evelyn M. Castleberry of Sylvester, medical assisting; and Rhonda Gentry of Warwick, business technology.

Alabama: Noah Garrett of Columbiana, heavy equipment service technology; Justin Greenhaw of Daville, heavy equipment service technology; Johnathan C. Holland of Axis, heavy equipment service technology; Colton Ray Rains of Toney, heavy equipment service technology; Benjamin Selman of Montgomery, heavy equipment service technology; Caleb Michael Smith of Dadeville, heavy equipment service technology; and Clay A. Stewart of Vincent, heavy equipment service technology.

Florida: Clayton Buie of Melrose, heavy equipment service technology; Lee L. Perkins of Valrico, heavy equipment service technology; Tyler Singletary of Graceville, heavy equipment service technology; and Chandler A. Soucey of Silver Springs, heavy equipment service technology.

Mississippi: Austin J. Coon of Tupelo, heavy equipment service technology; Jesse R. Morris of Iuka, heavy equipment service technology; and Austin M. Thornton of Carthage, heavy equipment service technology.

Tennessee: Justin Corbin of Taft, heavy equipment service technology; and Noah C. Foster of Mount Pleasant, heavy equipment service technology.

South Georgia Technical College is currently registering students for the spring semester’s C-term classes. The eight-week classes will begin on March 11 and run through May 2. For more information about C-term classes, contact the admissions office at (Americus) 229.931.2273 or (Cordele) 229.271.4051.