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Several Cranford Residents Make the Dean's List

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CRANFORD, NJ – Several Cranford residents made the dean’s list, honors list or president’s list at their respective colleges.

Clemson University:

Kevin Kaiser, Megan Jean Pijanowski, Emily Renee Roman and Kelly Lynn Schoustra

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Fairleigh Dickinson University:

Elan Alexander, Kendl Muckenthaler, Margaret Fabian, Matthew Mustillo, Brandon De Oliveira, John Armstrong, Vincent Mustillo and Devon Cacchione

Lafayette College:

Morgan Miller

Loyola University Maryland:

Megan Byrne, Emily Snyder and Margaret McKay,

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:

Sean Concannon

Seton Hall University:

Ryan Drew

St. Joseph’s University:

Brendan Szefinski, Alexander Buono, and Caitlin Moonan

Rochester Institute of Tecgnology:

Jeffrey Kaiser, Melissa Ruppel and Thane Vollbrecht

The College of New Jersey:

Ryan Munz, Kathryn Lubin, Jenna Ellenbacher, Amanda Tarantino, Ginger Allcock, Daniel Apicella, Samantha Dooley, Lana Rahal, Ashley Rozman, Madison Savulich, Nicole Tarantino, Alex Lewis, Kristen VanBenschoten, Erin Moonan, Abigail Calixto, and Cody Reiber

University of Delaware:

Gemma Antoniewicz, Kristen Cecchini, Matthew Cohen, Julia Grossman, Kathryn Maucione, Marko Obradovic, Lauren Rocchini, Taylor Schomp and Cassandra Zebrowski

University of Rhode Island:

Nicole Lynn Beresford and Alexis A Michel

University of Scranton:

Lauren Carosi, Kasey Donahue, Emily Harvan, Danielle Jakubik and Jacqueline Trelles

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