Sunday, May 13, 2001
On dean's list at Loyola U.
Junior Tricia Fetterswas named to the first semester dean's list of the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola University in Chicago. She studied at Loyola's Rome Center during the semester. The graduate of St. Ursula Academy is the daughter of Cindy and Dave Fetters of Bridgetown.
Bishop Fenwick High School math teacher and boys varsity tennis coach Charlie Painter was the first inductee into the Greater Miami Valley Tennis Coaches Hall of Fame. The former Wright State University women's tennis coach was inducted into the Dayton Area Amateur Tennis Association Hall of Fame in 1999.
Mr. Painter was the founder and first president of the Miami Valley Tennis Coaches Association, pioneered the selection of the first All-Area boys and girls teams in the Dayton area, and is the winningest coach at Wright State and Carroll High School.
Miami dean's list
The following have been named to the first semester dean's list at Miami University in Oxford
Kelli Beth Rainey, a sophomore majoring in early childhood education. A graduate of Oak Hills High School, she is the daughter of Vicky and Danny Rainey of Green Township.
Heather Blankenship,a freshman communications major. She is a graduate of Bethel-Tate High School and the daughter of Kim and John Blankenship of Bethel.
Education major Keri Kilgore, the daughter of Debi and Larry Kilgore of Colerain Township.
Sophomore education major Jama Holliday, a graduate of Lebanon High School and daughter of Kelly and Bruce Holliday of Lebanon.
The following National Guard personnel have graduated from the Army's basic combat training at Fort Knox, Ky.
Pvt. Benjamin Seta, a graduate of La Salle High School from Mount Healthy; Pvt. Sean Chambers, a graduate of Batavia High School and son of Roger Chambers of Amelia and Sandy Wilson of Florence.
Also, Pvt. Jeff Hicks, the son of Jeff Hicks of Price Hill; Pvt. Albert Royal, the son of Marian and Michael Royal of Elmwood Place; and Pvt. Steven Amason, the son of Georgia Amason of Cheviot and Ronald Amason of Price Hill.
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