STUDENTS IN THE NEWS
BLAIRSVILLE — The following students graduated March 26 and received automotive technology, diesel technology and collision and refinishing diplomas from WyoTech Blairsville:
Apollo: Dalton Hambersky, Dominic M. Hartman, Jonathan Krish
Black Lick: Derreck J. Sutherlin
Blairsville: Nicholas Q. Adkins, Daniel Blim, Quinton L. Boyd Jr., Jeremy Bumgarner, Duwayne T. Carey, Paul M. Chambers, Zachary A. Eddy, Garrett P. Farinelli, Eliseo Quirarte, Matthew B. Reed, Martin W. Russell, Curtis Willsey
Brockway: Brian Peterson
Clarksburg: Justin Claypoole, Scott M. Brown
Colver: Lewis C. Keefer
Hastings: Collin J. Brien
Homer City: Daniel L. Irwin Jr.
Indiana: Nicholas A. Tarr Laughlintown: Jeffrey J. Price
Mahaffey: Devin J. Moore
New Alexandria: Paul Demro, Brian LaMountain
New Germany: Taylor Wess
Northern Cambria: Brock McMullen
Portage: Ricky E. Williams
Robinson: Brandon A. James
Saltsburg: Tony L. Rose
Shelocta: Clinton J. Kough
Strongstown: Aaron S. Robinson
Jennifer Knezovich has been named to the dean’s list at Penn State University, Altoona Campus, for the fall 2013 semester.
The daughter of Martin and Tammy Knezovich, of Indiana, she is a 2013 graduate of Penns Manor Area High School.
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi has announced that Anna Nosal, of Dayton, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Nosal is pursuing a degree in business information systems at Duquesne University.
Curtis Chambers, of Mahaffey, a horticulture senior at the Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades in Media, was inducted into the school’s I.V. Club during a campus ceremony March 26.
Inductees into the club were selected through a vote of all faculty and staff for demonstrating the quality of leadership and for exemplifying Williamson’s core values — faith, integrity, diligence, excellence and service.