SGTC Announces Summer 2018 President’s List

August 14, 2018
SGTC President's List logo.

South Georgia Technical College President Dr. John Watford recently announced the college’s President’s List for the summer semester, which included 50 students from around the area and across the Southeast.

To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must be enrolled full time (12 or more credit hours) in an associate degree or diploma program and have a 4.0 GPA for that semester’s coursework. Those students who qualified included:

Crisp County: Morris Edward Brandenburg of Cordele, welding and joining technology; Hannah Elizabeth Holder of Cordele, marketing management; Tiyama M. Holt of Cordele, marketing management; Desiray Chantay Kenney of Cordele, accounting; Kenneth D. Laney of Cordele, networking specialist; Kimberlee V. Newbern of Cordele, marketing management.

Macon County: Frederick L. Allen of Montezuma, aircraft structural technology; Laurence Supan Dungca of Montezuma, business technology; Donald Lynn Hudson of Montezuma, automotive technology.

Marion County: Arturo Contreras of Mauk, diesel equipment technology; Margie L. Kelley of Buena Vista, early child care and education.

Schley County: Amber Michelle Chancellor of Ellaville, early child care and education; Paige Hope Daughtry of Ellaville, aircraft structural technology; Jennifer Necole Leggett of Ellaville, early child care and education.

Sumter County: Dallas Chad Avery of Americus, diesel equipment technology; Stanley Michael Dewberry of Smithville, automotive technology; Markus Kyle Given of Americus, motorsports vehicle technology; Dwandelyn C. Hall of Americus, accounting; Yaneli Hernandez of De Soto, business technology; Marrius Kentrell Holloway of Americus, business technology; Brennan Johnson Morris of Americus, precision machining and manufacturing; Sheena Butler Saint of Americus, early child care education; Anisha La’Trice Walton of Americus, accounting; Olivia Malashia Williams of Americus, computer support specialist; Adrian Woods of Plains, auto collision repair.

Taylor County: John Randal Beech of Butler, networking specialist.

Bulloch County: Samuel J. Groover of Statesboro, agricultural technology.

Calhoun County: Cody W. Lewis of Leary, sports and fitness management.

Dekalb County: Miya Ford of Decatur, culinary arts.

Dooly County: Christine M. Anderson of Vienna, culinary arts; Rachel D. Tamakloe, medical assisting.

Dougherty County: Jordan Alyssa Spires, automotive technology.

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

Lee County: Dylan Jake Nelms of Leesburg, welding and joining technology.

Peach County: Danny E. Smith of Fort Valley, heavy equipment service technology.

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

Turner County: Katherine L. Murphy of Ashburn, business technology.

Worth County: Rhonda Gentry of Warwick, business technology.

Walker County: Noah L. Schrum of Jasper, heavy equipment service technology.

Wilcox County: Jessica Marie McSwain of Pitts, early child care and education.

Out-of-state: Clayton Buie of Melrose, Florida; Justin Corbin of Taft, Tennessee; Noah C. Foster of Mount Pleasant, Tennessee; Justin Greenhaw of Danville, Alabama; Johnathon C. Holland of Axis, Alabama; Jesse R. Morris of Luka, Mississippi; Lee L. Perkins of Valrico, Florida; Benjamin Selman of Montgomery, Alabama; Chandler A. Soucey of Silver Springs, Florida; Austin M. Thornton of Carthage, Mississippi – all heavy equipment service technology.

South Georgia Technical College is currently accepting applications and registering students for the upcoming Fall semester. Registration and Move-in Day will be held on Thursday, Aug. 16 on both the Americus and Cordele campuses. New and returning students can enjoy festivities and free food and refreshments while signing up for classes. For more information, visit, or follow us on social media (@SouthGATech). Classes will begin on August 20.