Monday, May 21, 2001


Kings High grad on UC dean's lists

        Carrie Weissmann, a senior majoring in marketing and international business, was named to the fall and winter dean's lists at the University of Cincinnati.

        The graduate of Kings High School is the daughter of Sue and Bob Weissmann of Maineville.

Eagle Scout

        Brett Reder, who has held the positions of assistant patrol leader and senior patrol leader of Troop 633, has achieved the highest rank of the Boy Scouts of America: the Eagle Scout Award. For his community service project, he landscaped the area around the newly constructed activity center at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church in Reading.

        Brett is a senior at Moeller High School and will attend Ohio State University in Columbus in the fall. He is the son of Vickie and Roger Reder of Evendale.

Poet gets award

        Colleen Tepe, a sophomore at Seton High School, won first place in the poetry category in a writing competition sponsored by the humanities department at the College of Mount St. Joseph.

        Colleen, the daughter of Krista and Dennis Tepe of Delhi Township, received a $50 award.

Grads take flight

               The following airmen have graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio:

        William Fulton, the son of Ronald Fulton of Columbia, Tenn., and Joyce Raabe of Milford; Daniel Radford Jr., a graduate of Winton Woods High School and son of Daniel Radford of Greenhills; Dana Fediuk, a graduate of Milford High School and the daughter of Diane and Russell Fediuk of Mil ford; Christopher Price, a graduate of Batavia High School and son of Linda Price of Batavia; Stephen Long, the son of Jan and Stephen Long of Sharonville; Steven Coleman, a graduate of Winton Woods High School and son of Lacheryl Hunter of Forest Park; Gregory Barber, a graduate of Princeton High School and son of Linda and Michael Ubeku of Woodlawn; Matthew Auberger, a graduate of St. Xavier High School and son of Mary and Craig Auberger of Springfield Township; and James Flesch, a graduate of Colerain High School and son of Lynne Forrester and James Flesch, both of Colerain Township.

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