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Craig Roth of Norwalk is in his first year at The University of Northwestern in Lima. He was recently awarded three $500 scholarships Huron County Farm Bureau, Firelands Area Restored Machines (F.A.R.M) and one from The Masonic Temple of Wakeman. He is majoring in diesel and ag mechanics and is working as a mechanic at a truck center in Lima while attending school.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Craig Roth of Norwalk is in his first year at The University of Northwestern in Lima. He was recently awarded three $500 scholarships Huron County Farm Bureau, Firelands Area Restored Machines (F.A.R.M) and one from The Masonic Temple of Wakeman.

He is majoring in diesel and ag mechanics and is working as a mechanic at a truck center in Lima while attending school.

He is a 2006 graduate of Monroeville High School and EHOVE Career Center. While in school he was actively involved in FFA, 4-H, Huron County Junior Fairboard, a 4-H camp counselor and in community service activities. He also works at home on the family farm.

He is the son of Russell and Jean Roth of Norwalk.

Jarred Molesky, a 2006 graduate of Western Reserve High School, has been named to the Dean's List at Ohio State University Mansfield. Jarred, the son of Timothy and Joni Molesky of Wakeman, is majoring in wildlife management/pre-veterinary science. He is employed by Premiere Theatres and Vermilion River Regional Veterinary Center.

Lauren Michelle Woods and Andrea Nicole Minich were named to the dean's list at Ohio Wesleyan University.

Woods is the daughter of Earl L. Woods and Julie G. Woods of Norwalk. She is a graduate of Norwalk High School.

Minich is the daughter of Jeffrey A. Minich and Karen S. Minich of Plymouth. She is a graduate of Willard High School.

To qualify, students must achieve a grade-point average of 3.5 or better in at least three unit courses.

Christopher Long, son of Theodore Long and Tracey Long of Monroeville, has been accepted to the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima, to begin classes in the August session where he will be majoring in the automotive technology program. Christopher attends Monroeville High School.

Malone College is proud to announce the fall 2006 dean's list. To be named to the dean's list, one must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours and receive a grade point average of 3.5.

Area students include Meaghan Elizabeth Timmons of Berlin Heights; Julie Elaine Finley of Collins; and Daniel Bryan Wearsch of Norwalk.

Marcus Johnson of Bellevue received a 4.0 for the fall semester at Bowling Green State University. Marcus is a senior at Bowling Green majoring in education.

The following local students have been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Baldwin-Wallace College, according to Dr. Mary Lou Higgerson, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college.

Milan: Dustin Jesberger

Monroeville: Emily Mastroianni

New London: Randi Gross

Norwalk: Kristin Ciersezwski, Ryan Lesniewski and Aaron Phillips

Wakeman: Adam Upchurch

Students who receive at least a 3.5 grade-point average for seven or more graded hours in a single semester are named to the dean's list.

New London High School grad Andy Harner, a journalism major at Bowling Green, is a reporter for the campus newspaper.

His first published article was the lead story in the sports section of the paper, where he wrote about Burke Badenhop, a BGSU grad selected as the 2006 Detroit Tigers Minor League Pitcher of the Year.

The freshman, who was named to the dean's list for fall semester, is the son of Jack and Rachel Harner.

Joseph Kromer graduated with honors Dec. 14 from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, earning a bachelor's degree in graphic design.

Kromer is currently an interactive designer/developer for New Perspective in Pittsburgh. New Perspective is the region's leading audio, video and interactive developement company.

A 2003 St. Paul High School graduate, he is the son of Gregg and Nita Kromer of Norwalk.

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