Verona and Cedar Grove Students Earn Dean's List Honors


VERONA/CEDAR GROVE, NJ - Several local residents earned Dean's List Honors for the fall semester. 

Bucknell University
Jasmine Spinelli, Verona
Jane Szybist, Verona

Champlain College
Holly Studwell, Verona
Rachelle Smith, Verona

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Coastal Carolina University
Hunter Grasso, Verona

East Stroudsburg University
Kaitlyn Esteves, Verona

Hofstra University
Tyler Petersen, Verona

Ithaca College
Miranda Williams, Verona

Kutztown University
Nicholas John DeGennaro, Cedar Grove

Marist College
Noelle Cancro, Cedar Grove
Edward DeLora, Cedar Grove
Tara Guaimano, Cedar Grove
Edward Oser, Verona
Daniel Statile, Cedar Grove

Muhlenberg College
Marissa Mattia, Cedar Grove
Katie Perrotta, Cedar Grove
Brielle Raddi, Cedar Grove
Jennie Silber, Cedar Grove
Molly Nochimson, Verona

St. Joseph's University
Emily Dispenziere, Cedar Grove

SUNY New Paltz
Rachel Gumbrecht, Verona

University of Delaware
Amanda Flores, Verona
Zachary Weisel, Cedar Grove 
Sarah Safer, Cedar Grove 
Jillian Goldberg, Cedar Grove
Madison Hom, Cedar Grove 
Tiffany Romero, Cedar Grove 
Alysia Vega, Verona 
Gabrielle Ayala, Verona 
Katheryn Sabagh, Cedar Grove 
Sydney Rosen, Cedar Grove 
Isabella Rizzo, Cedar Grove 
Jessica Selle, Cedar Grove 
Meghan Yeates, Verona 
Danielle Alfano, Verona 
Kaitlyn Deo, Verona

University of Hartford
Christopher Bailey, Cedar Grove
Anthony Eulie, Verona 

University of New Hampshire
Valerie Ehrich, Cedar Grove

University of Rhode Island
Jacqueline Amati, Cedar Grove
Brendan Carroll, Verona

University of Scranton
Carly Bock, Cedar Grove
Francis Coleman, Cedar Grove
Brittany Walker, Cedar Grove
Claire Fitzpatrick, Verona

University of the Sciences
Annmarie Cristiano, Cedar Grove
Nicole Farbaniec, Verona

University of Vermont
Anna Wallace, Verona 
Jessica Wallace, Verona 
Giuliana Frizzi, Verona 
Isabelle Schechter, Verona 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Madeline Burke, Verona
David Bovich, Verona



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