Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Agnes Scott College (Alpha Theta Psi)

12 November 2003: Michelle L. Beer, Julianna R. Dow, Tracy D. Fitzpatrick-Hart, Ellen W. Harper, Elizabeth H. Lambert, Maris McEdward, Karen E. Reynolds, Kathryn L. Rosenbaum, Michelle R. Williams.

Alma College (Lambda Psi)

2 December 2003: Justine Fox, Matt Helmus, Elizabeth Kunkle, Brooke McKenney, Timothy Throm.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta)

12 December 2003: Marcus A. Hoffman, Amber A. Rodgers.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi)

12 November 2003: Emily Allred, Frank Cole Aquino, Rachel Ashley Bagwell, Jennifer Leigh Bajorek, Lindsey Hannah Bennett, Eric B. Burnette, Taylor Rebecca Collins, Emily Rhyne Fincher, Ryan Michael Finn, Sarah Lynn Gentry, Heather Rachell Gilmore, Samantha Giudici, Natalie Gray-Carswell, Katherine Ann Hebert, Amanda Kimberly Huestis, Emily Ann Hyatt, Daniel Kemp Kern, Matthew Martin Manes, Emily Ness, Herman B. Overman III, Katherine Maile Phillips, Emily Elizabeth Schwartz, Teresa Shockley, Janel Matthews Steelman, Brian Christopher Taylor, Andrew G. Voss, Courtney D. Wellborn, Amanda Michael Wells, Erin Marie Whaley.

Benedictine College (Alpha Iota Omega)

6 October 2003: James R. Allee, Myles Bacon, Brian Bettlach, Megan Breen, Andrew L. Dunehoo, Steven Freenor, Alicia D. Gonzales, Benjamin S. McBride, Eamon P. McCann, Thomas McGuire III, Gabe McKee, Jackie K. Petersen, Amanda Schwarzer, Katherine Spinelli, Sharon Stallbaumer, Andrew Werring, Kelly Whelan.

Biola University (Alpha Alpha Alpha)

28 October 2003: Melissa Silvers, Jania Zeeb.

Briar Cliff University (Alpha Gamma Eta)

10 December 2003: Jon Kern, Michael Melnichak, Elisha Mae Wells.

Bridgewater State College (Nu Nu)

8 May 2003: Stacey L. Aguiar, Amy E. Aresta, Jessica L. Bassick, David S. Begley, Aaron E. Botelho, Gregg S. Bouley, Corrie H. Cabral, Emily A. Campbell, Allyson M. Carbone, Catherine A. Carver, Ian N. Cost, Patrick W. Davidson, Jacqueline S. Dias, Shane M. Doyle, Kelly N. Engdahl, Dana Mohler-Faria, Erin O'Connor, Blair K. O'Connor, Geryk Paige, Johannah L. Price, Adam B. Stilgoe, Ryan C. Taft, Marjorie E. Williams.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi)

22 October 2003: Jason Allgood, Arlene J. Anderson, Travis Anderson, Nathan Blank, Daniel S. Bowman, Angela Busch, Meghan Claar, Lara Formisano, Matt Geddes, Jr., Suzi Gierke, Russell J. Haney, Alan F. Johnston, Cassie Lindenmeier, Joey M. Martin, Rachelle Moss, Dylan Orton, Lucas Adam Peless, Melinda Porter, Jeffry B. Pulsipher, Jason Ratliff, Eric Reiersen, Andrew Snow, Lesley J. Weidow.

Brigham Young University-Provo (Beta Iota)

19 November 2003: Haley Anderson, Allan Michael Bailey, Jacquelyn Ball, Melissa Bentley, Stephen Biggs, Julie Bracken, Alissa Bradford, Darin A. Childers, Don Clark, Timothy Michael Cox, Jason Crandall, Katie Cropper, Daniel J. Durst, Chad D. Garcia, David Grua, Michelle Gurr, David Harrison, Richard E. Harry, John Humphreys, Jonathan D. Jagard, Ryan Kellems, Jonathan Koerner, John Lambert, Clint Larsen, Nathalie LeBras, Jessica Lutzker, Jodie Madsen, Carrie McWhirter, Aaron Jay Mitchell, Jacob W. Olmstead, Tara Osborn, Craig Pankratz, Mary Elizabeth Pngh, Scott Kenneth Reber, Andrew Reed, Andrea Roundy, Anna Sanford, Erica Spurlock Snow, William A. Street, Casey Sullivan, Matthew Swenson, Samantha Taylor, Trish Tolley, Brian Warburton, David Weiler, Brian J. Williams, John Worlton.

Bucknell University (Alpha Gamma)

4 September 2003: Do Yung Kim, Charles Mitchell, Katherine Morrell, Brooke Palmer, Brandon Risser.

Buffalo State College (Chi Alpha)

6 December 2003: Trevor W. Brown, Garrett Croll, Justin DeMartin, Dalynn M. Engler, Robert Halter, Timothy A. Kielaszek, Kristen M. Kull, Dena Lunetta, Bruce Morrison, Bethany E. Pierce, Patricia Ramsey, Charlene Stanton, Michael G. …

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