Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi) 12 November 2002: Rachel L. Hale, Michelle A. Los, Whitney G. Miller, Jenny L. Pickell, Melissa E. Price, Shannen D. Williams.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi) 7 October 2002: Victoria Hightower, Ebony Lauren Kendrick, Jason Stephen Kittlesen, Ashley Caroline Lindenschmidt, Jennifer Leigh Mabe, Denis J. Marchant, Melissa Diann Martin, Isaac James Ortman, Michael George Rentschler, Johnny McBarron Rogers, III, Drew Addison Swanson, Sarah Waller, Sarah Allison Weis, Sheila Marie Wilson.

Aquinas College (Theta Rho) 6 October 2002: Carolyn Fore, Monique Hayes, Peter Homeyer, Heather A. Overbeck, Jen Sikora, Dorene Zerfas.

Ashland University (Omicron Zeta) 6 December 2002: Susan M. Burton, Theresa M. Hovanec, Allen W. Lykins, Jennifer A. Mackall, Anita J. Mackey, Linda A. Newman, Shawn M. Ramion, Keith D. Weaver.

Austin Peay State University (Theta Delta) 25 October 2002: Deborah L. Burdin, Theresa A. Sidle.

Baylor University (Tau Beta) 31 October 2002: Brooks L. Barber, Dolph Briscoe, W, Marcus D. Dracos, Yunie S. Johnson, Maria E. Kohls, Carlos L. Lopez, Hailey K. Moore, Joy L. Morrow, James C. Tipton, William D. Weed, Frank M. Wright, IV.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha) 7 November 2002: Jonathan Bryant, David Turner.

Boston College (Theta Alpha) 11 March 2003: Robert J. Amara, Emily G. Anderson, Kristin M. Arabasz, Dina Aversano, Brandon Barford, Sarah E. Berger, Greg Bertleff, Christopher J. Bodnar, Maryann S. Capasso, Louis J. Capocasale, Christopher M. Caradec, Patrick T. Carney, Lete M. Childs, Richie Coppola, Jaclyn Cote, Marie C. Darden, Amy B. Davison, Michael T. DeCourcy, Maureen M. Dollinger, Kevin C. Donovan, Meghan M. Doran, Edward L. Ford, James Freda, Ashley J. Goebertus, Emily A. Graefe, Edward T. Gray, Lauren C. Hamlin, Megan E. Herceg, Amy Johnson, Kara R Keating, Margaret C. Kelty, Davis A. Kessler, Elizabeth Kolimaga, Carl-Erah Kruse, Brendan D. Lavelle, Elizabeth I. Lehrberg, Brian R. Lerman, Samantha E. Massie, Julie A. McCartney, Maura E. McGill, Kevin A. McGowin, Kevin J. Nicholas, Corey G. Podell, Jason P. Quiara, Terumi A. Rafferty-Osaki, Peter A. Rahaghi, Marie D. Rinaldi, Christopher B. Roemer, Katharine V. Scanlon, Lauren N. Shurtleff, Michael J. Ticcioni, Jason Tsai, Jason Vanderburgh, Sean M. Walters, Kari L. White, Jennifer Whitson, Christopher A. Williams, Emily H. York.

Briar Cliff University (Alpha Gamma Eta) 13 November 2002: Sarah Benzel, Lindsay Mayberry, Laura Miller, Marc Mozak, Amy Seuntjens, Patricia Staley.

Bridgewater State College (Nu Nu) 3 May 2002: Anne Anntonellis, Jamison Clark, Julie Cockerham, Leslie Cook, Gabriel DeOliveira, Kristen Doherty, Brian Dugan, Dawn Farinha, Kasie Fernald, Megan Gaudette, Jayma Gowan, Philip Graham, Beth Hebert, Laura Heidke, Benjamin Katz, Andrea Maher, Stacey Medina, Sherri Medreiros, Robert Melone, Sean Mulkerrins, Michele O'Geare, Kimberly Souza, Maura Sullivan, Gavin Thomas, Jillian Trottier.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi) 1 October 2002: Jeanette Angell, Jered Borup, Brian Collins, Natalie Cox, Steven DeGrange, Anna Garfield, Alissa Garside, Josh Gundersen, Shannon Kathleen-Carroll Jacobson, Justin Jeppesen, Matthew Kelley, Margaret Martell, Joel Miyasaki, Celeste Nelson, Nina Nicholas, David A. Pigott, Rachel Pratt, Scott Reese, Brian Rich, Ryan Roulstone, Amanda Rowley, Aubrey Sessions, Ryanne Slocombe, Kelley Smith, Lyndi Sutton, Joel Tuckett, Spencer Wilde, Devony Wilson.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota) 20 November 2002: David Charles Bensfield, Jr. Jeremie Breheisen, Sarah Bytheway, Brian Call, David J. Cannon, Taylor M. Dix, Kathryn Fleming, Matthew Garrett, Paul Gosnell, Devon S. Gosney, Chase Grames, D. Breniman Green, Donald J. Harreld, Julie Harris, Michael C. Hawkins, David D. Hoffman, Megan Elizabeth Howard, Sarah Huntsman, Benjamin Ashby Johnson, Cara Nicole Knight, Preston Koerner, Bruce Larson, Anne Loughran, Anthony D. …

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