Deptford Twp. – Gloucester County College celebrated the exceptional achievements of
105 students with its spring 2013 Alpha Psi Pi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International
Honor Society induction ceremony.
Before friends and family, students were honored for commitment to their studies and hard work in maintaining a 3.5 GPA. Phi Theta Kappa is the oldest, largest and most prestigious honor society serving two-year and community colleges in all 50 of the United States, Canada, Germany and the U.S territories. Some 90,000 students are accepted annually into the Society’s 1,200 chapters.
This year’s inductees include:
Aimee Abbott, Sewell; Kristeen Alazruei, Deptford; Taylor Amato, Sicklerville; Jenna Ambrosino, Glendora; Timothy Apgood, Williamstown; Esther Arulampalam, Mickleton; Diana Benito, Mantua; Carinne Bevan, Williamstown; Frank Bilodeau, West Deptford; Anastasia Borneo, Blackwood; Vanessa Brown, Glassboro; Xana Brown, Collingswood; Amanda Carll, Greenwich; Christopher Carrozza, Mullica Hill; Frank Cimino, Berlin; Emily Coughlin, Logan Township; Tylar Cruz, Woodbury; Elizabeth Curley, Pitman;
Stephanie Danenhower, Wenonah; Wendi De Long, Swedesboro; Rosemary Decker, Williamstown; Matthew Deleon, Mullica Hill; Amy Dennis, Sewell; Katelyn Dilks, Franklinville; Kimberly Downs, West Deptford; Michelle Duerstock, Woolwich Township; Taylor Dunn, Mullica Hill; Cameron Edwards, West Deptford; Michele Eriksson, Voorhees; Lauren Fasulo, Sewell; Vincent Finore, Glassboro; Marianne Fodor, Sewell; Brianna Fox-Priest, Mullica Hill; Christopher Franklin, Deptford; Stephen Frey, Woodbury;
Gregorio Garcia, Sicklerville; Justin Gervasi, Stratford; Christian Gonzaga, West Deptford; William Gray, Woodbury; Rachel Harrison, Pitman; Alicia Heister, Woodbury; Nicole Hodges, Sicklerville; Wynisha Holmes, Sewell; Taylor Hughes, National Park; Julie Hussey-Dicianu, Woodbury;
Korey Jeffries, Gloucester City; Sarah Jenkins, Pitman; Kevin Kessler, Mullica Hill; Jamie Kinee, Turnersville; Angelica Klawitter, Woodbury; Dustin Kopala, Magnolia; David Kramer, Blackwood; Kristie Larocca, Mt. Royal; Michael Lemon, Swedesboro; Vincent Lombardo, Glassboro; Matt Louis, Westville; Matthew Lovett, Williamstown; Denise Lynn, Blackwood;
Alexa Martinelli, Deptford; Elizabeth Maslanik, Mantua; Megan McCauley, Vineland; Noah Mercado, Sewell; Alaina Mesmer, Sewell; Avrielle Misuraco, Williamstown; Marissa Moran, Pittsgrove; Sandra Munyan, Williamstown; Christina Munyon, Pitman; Sharon O'Toole, Bellmawr; Antoinette Grace Ocampo, Williamstown; Kara Ott, Clayton;
Jean-Claud P-Southavong, Deptford; Danielle Phifer, Thorofare; Richelle Reddick, Glassboro; Amanda Rennie, Sewell; Kaelei Renzi, Mantua; Caitlin Riley, Swedesboro; Tyler Robinson, Malaga; Barbara Roth, Pitman; Morris Roth, Pitman; Wesley Saintilnord, Carneys Point; Jonathan Sambucci, Mullica Hill; Ana Sanchez Hernandez, Swedesboro; Erike Saunders, Logan Township; Nichole Savin, National Park; Kelly Seran, Clayton; Victoria Shendock, Sicklerville; Michelle Sheppard, Atco; Morgan Sickler, Woodstown; Bria Smith, Blackwood; Eunice Spells, Malaga; Gina Stagliano, Woodbury Heights; Kelly Stanton, Williamstown; William Stefanko, West Deptford; Vincent Tassone, Williamstown; Anna-Kay Tenn, Glassboro; Jacquelyn Thomasson, Mickleton; Milo Utu, Deptford; Bruce Van Meter, Jr., Grenloch; Sandra Vazquez, Paulsboro; Amanda Veit, Williamstown; Lisanne Waters, West Deptford; Alexander Watson, Deptford; Sarah Whirlow, Gibbstown; Destinee Young, Williamstown; and Mallory Zolinas, Woodbury.
GCC’s 250-acre campus is located at 1400 Tanyard Road in Deptford, right off Exit 56 of Route 55.