Our Folks: IUPUC, Ivy Tech and Butler honors; pastors retiring

Phil and Gail Barrett

All are welcome at a retirement open house for Pastor Phil and Gail Barrett from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 24. The event will be at the Salvation Army of Brown County church, 168 S. Jefferson St.

Pastor Phil will give his last official message to the congregation during the 10 a.m. service Sunday, June 25.

IUPUC dean’s list

COLUMBUS — Indiana University-Purdue University named several area students to the dean’s list for the 2017 spring semester:

Freetown: Victoria Louise Rudolph

Morgantown: Brianna K. Belden, Alec Billings, Brenda Lee Brock, Chayli Dakota Brock, Joshua Diego Luna and April Spires;

Nashville: Kristin Leigh Bickers, Lori Noel Haggard, Bryant L. Inman, Emma Louise Lawson, Brennen David Maus, Amanda Smith and Lacey Jane Stinson;

Nineveh: Charles Christian Kuhfahl, Jessica Lynn Morgan, Gracie Anne O’Neill and Karen Alice Smiar.

To receive the honor, undergraduate students must earn at least a 3.7 term grade-point average.

Ivy Tech dean’s list

COLUMBUS — The following area students were named to the dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester at Ivy Tech Community College Columbus/ Southeast campuses:

Freetown: Brittany Allman, Shaney Smith, Rebecca Wedan, Stevi Begley, Melissa Gray and Russell Roark;

Morgantown: Paul Houchin, Bobbi Monroe and Cory Clay;

Nashville: Nikolas Lawson, Michael David, Hannah Fisher, Chris Fox, Ann Gibson, Ethan King, Deanna Manzenberger, Krista Marshall, Michelle Mosley and Angela Strain;

Nineveh: Brittney Mobley, Andrew Quackenbush, Jackolyn Rutherford and Amy Wach.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher.

Butler dean’s list

INDIANAPOLIS — Two area students have been named to the dean’s list at Butler University for the spring 2017 semester: Jessica Knight, a middle/secondary education major of Morgantown; and Isaac Gluesenkamp, a biology major of Nashville.

Students on the dean’s list have achieved a semester grade-point average in the top 20 percent of all students.