Best & Brightest

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Best & Brightest


- Lisa D. Weiland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Weiland of Des Plaines, received a bachelor's degree with honors from Bradley University, Peoria, during commencement ceremonies on May 19.

Weiland graduated magna cum laude achieving between a 3.6 to 3.79 grade point average.

- Kimberly F. Weissberg, daughter of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Weissberg of Elk Grove Village, received a bachelor's degree with honors from Bradley University, Peoria, during May 19 commencement ceremonies.

Weissberg graduated magna cum laude achieving between a 3.6 to 3.79 grade point average.

- Rebecca Marie Davies has earned the Le Mans Merit Award from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind. A graduate of St. Viator High School, Davies is the daughter of Ron and Gloria Davies of Elk Grove Village.

Merit award recipients are first-year students who have demonstrated academic achievement in high school, involvement in extracurricular activities and dedication to community service. Their past achievements indicate tremendous potential for success at Saint Mary's College. This award is renewable annually for four years.

- Kristen Bertholomey, daughter of John and Ellen Bertholomey of Elk Grove Village, was one of 79 Valparaiso (Indiana) University students inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta national freshman honor society this past spring. Alpha Lambda Delta inducts freshman based on outstanding academic achievement during their freshman year.

Bertholomey is an English major in the College of Arts and Sciences, and graduated from Conant High School. …

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