UNOH names October College of Applied Technologies Dean’s List

LIMA — The University of Northwestern Ohio announced its Dean’s List for the 2022 October Session for students in the College of Applied Technologies. To be listed, a student had to earn a grade-point-average of 3.95 or higher.

These area students were honored: from Celina, Trenten Ryan Fuson, Benjamin William Greber, Peyton Lavern Homan, and Cory Todd Morden; from Continental, Dillon Gregory Elkins and Aaron Christopher Siebeneck; from Delphos, James Maxwell Sperry; from Elida, Austin J. Miller, Logan Joseph Prescott, Josh O. Smoll, and Caleb Thomas Stechschulte; from Fort Jennings, Jacob James Groch; from Kalida, Adam Joseph Basinger; from Lafayette, Artreyu Meeko Franks; from Lima, Matthew Michael Cave, Zachary Lewis Edwin Crider, Jamari Lajohn Dixon, Aydan James Kraemer, Dakota R. McCarthy, Michael Tyler Murphy, Joshua Glenn Orr, Camden Edward Phillips, Julia E. Price, Adam J. Rentz, Anabella Alva Reyes, Yanick Tanguay, Matthew Thomas Ubl, and Raymond Lee Williams; from Maria Stein, Thomas Calvin Evers; from Minster, Nathan Michael Homan; from New Bremen, Tyler Derek Paul; from New Knoxville, Brett Alan Speckman; from Ottawa, Connor Oneil Haselman; from Ottoville, Carson Thomas Miller; from Saint Henry, Ty E. Gerlach, Aaron D. Seger, Zachary Jacob Stelzer, and Matthew Craig Uhlenhake, from Spencerville, Aaron Austin Bailey and Matthew Allen Reynolds; from Van Wert, Andrew Li; from Wapakoneta, Andrew Joel Briggs, Logan Frank Cummins, and Brandon Lee Villa; and from Waynesfield, Richard Earl Klinger.

Dean Brown joined The Lima News in 2022 as a reporter. Prior to The Lima News, Brown was an English teacher in Allen County for 38 years, with stops at Perry, Shawnee, Spencerville and Heir Force Community School. So they figured he could throw a few sentences together about education and business in the area. An award-winning photographer, Brown likes watching old black and white movies, his dog, his wife and kids, and the four grandkids - not necessarily in that order. Reach him at [email protected] or 567-242-0409.