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25 Named Distinguished Business Students

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  July 16, 2013

For More Information: Annette Barnette
Public Relations and Marketing Director
Glenville State College
(304) 462-6391

GLENVILLE, WV – Twenty-five people have been named 2013 Glenville State College Distinguished Business Students.  The awards were presented at the annual GSC Business Recognition Event held near the end of the spring 2013 semester in the school’s Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom.

The recipients are:  computer science and information systems major Gregory Brewster of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania; business education major Tammy Dobbins-Wolfe of Procious (Clay County), West Virginia; marketing, history, and political science major Olivia Ferrell of Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia; accounting and management major Racheal Fetty of Spencer (Roane County), West Virginia; business major Ashley Gauldin of Duck (Clay County), West Virginia; marketing major Lora Gray of Coxs Mill (Gilmer County), West Virginia; accounting and computer science and information systems major Caleb Greathouse of Spencer (Roane County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major Stephany Harper of Little Birch (Braxton County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major Ashlee Henry of Powhatan, Ohio; sport management major Nicole Himes of Harpers Ferry (Jefferson County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major Andrew Metheney of Grantsville (Calhoun County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major Cody Montemayor of Burke, Virginia; business management and accounting major Daniel Nary of Millstone (Calhoun County), West Virginia; business management major (with a nonprofit leadership minor) Boris Nimcevic of Subotica, Serbia; accounting and business management major (with a nonprofit leadership minor) Melissa Pursley of Mineral Wells (Wood County), West Virginia; resort management and computer science and information systems major Joshua Ramsey of Gassaway (Braxton County), West Virginia; accounting, marketing, and business management major (with a nonprofit leadership minor) Meghan Ruddlesden of Parkersburg (Wood County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major William Sarine of Harrisville (Ritchie County), West Virginia; business management major (with history and political science minors) Chad Stricklin of Spencer (Roane County), West Virginia, psychology and sociology major (with a nonprofit leadership minor) Timothy Swiger of Sand Fork (Gilmer County), West Virginia; marketing major (with art, nonprofit leadership, and business management minors) Matthew Thompson of St. Albans (Kanawha County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major Casey Toler of Heaters (Braxton County), West Virginia; accounting and business management major Kyle Warner of Gassaway (Braxton County), West Virginia; and accounting, business management, and computer science and information systems major Ashley Woodford of Coxs Mills (Gilmer County), West Virginia.

All of the award recipients enjoyed a luncheon with GSC faculty and staff prior to the awards ceremony.  Members of the GSC Business Department Advisory Board, which is made up of representatives from the campus and area businesses, also attended the event after having their annual meeting earlier in the day.

For more information on the event or the GSC Business Department, call (304) 462-4123.

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