Springfield High School.
SPRINGFIELD High School's graduation will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Silke Field in Springfield.
Commencement speakers will be selected from seniors with highest honors: Sarah Carlin, Anna McLennan, Julie Meloy, Nicole Minder, Thomas Moore, Angela Smith and Colleen Tenhaeff.
A baccalaureate service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the high school auditorium.
Sarah Carlin, daughter of Jerry and Jane Carlin of Springfield, plans to attend Reed College. She has been named an All-American Scholar, Who's Who in American High Schools and the Outstanding Senior Woman for her National Honor Society chapter.
Anna McLennan is the daughter of Cheryl Stafford and Bruce McLennan of Springfield. She will begin her training with the Air Force, where she plans to enter officer training school. Her activities include varsity softball for three years, varsity basketball for two years and varsity soccer for three years. Her honors include being named a scholar-athlete for every season since her freshman year, Most Inspirational Player in basketball, honorable mention all-league in basketball and second team all-league in softball.
Julie Meloy, daughter of Steven and Tonya Meloy of Springfield, plans to major in chemical engineering and minor in international marketing and French at Oregon State University. She was involved in the DECA business club, where she served as the local club chapter's vice president, placed first in the state competition for two years and placed in the Top Ten at DECA Nationals in 2002. She appeared on "Good Morning America" on the subject of ending school violence. She was a member of the National Honor Society, and her activities include playing varsity tennis for two years.
Nicole Minder is the daughter of Mary and Paul Minder of Springfield. She plans to attend either Northwest Christian College or Lane Community College. Her activities include volunteer work and a missions trip to Baja California. She was a member of the National Honor Society, was named a Who's Who American Scholar and was nominated to the Young Leaders of America Conference in Washington, D.C. Her artwork was displayed at the Mayor's Art Show and at the SELCO Credit Union.
Thomas Moore, son of Scott and Mary Moore of Eugene, plans to attend Oregon State University and major in civil engineering. He is a member of the National Honor Society and has been named a scholar-athlete. He has been involved in the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America and has served as president of the local chapter.
Angela Smith is the daughter of Joe and Leesa Skordahl of Springfield and Jeff and Bernie Smith. She plans to attend the University of Oregon and to become an architect. She has been named a scholar-athlete, was captain of the tennis team and received the Most Improved Player Award on the soccer team. She has been a member of the National Honor Society and received the Outstanding Senior Woman award for tennis and the Presidential Award for Athletics.
Colleen Tenhaeff, daughter of Steven and Elaine Tenhaeff of Springfield, plans to atend Oregon State University to earn a master's degree in history and secondary education. Her activities include National Honor Society and varsity tennis, for which she received the Most Improved Player Award. She was co-drum major for the marching band, vice president of the band council and participated at Western International Band Clinic. Her honors include being named all-American scholar-athlete, Outstanding Senior Woman in Social Studies and Who's Who Among High School Students. She served Sacred Heart Medical Center as a teen volunteer.
The 265 members of Springfield High School's class of 2002 include:
Cristina Adeniran, Michael Akins, Hayley Allen, Alycia Ancell, Maria Angel, Brianna Archuleta, Max Baker II, Michael Balumas, Tonya Bankus, Ronald Barnes Jr., Timothy Barr, Ashly Barth, Derek Bastinelli, Kyla Bates, Kristin Beery, Brent Bellamy, Randy Berger, Apallo Berryman, Stephanie Bilinowich, Laurence Billen, Kyle Blair, Ashley Blanco, Christopher Blevins, Mena Boekhoff,
Gabriel Bradley, Michelle Briggs, Stephanie Briggs, Christopher Brock, Amber Brougher, Jennifer Brown, Nathaniel Bryant, Jody Bunner, Zachary Camerer, Sarah Carlin, Cynthia Carlos, Jacob Carmen, Cassandra Carter, Reni Cartwright, John Carwile, Elieser Castaneda, Bethany Castillo, Andre Chaves, Justin Cherubini, Steven Coen, Carl Coleman, Cora Coleman, Meagan Combs, Elizabeth Cook, Jared Cook, Todd Costley, Holly Cowan,
Bobby Crossley, Corey Crownover, Daniel Cullen, John Culver, Zachary Davis, Erin Debailo, Francarlo DeMarco, Lisa Dolan, Zandra Dornon, Joseph Dowell, April Drews, Sean Drowatzky, Angela Dudley, Kimberle Dupret, Deborah Durain, Camron Earl, Glenda Earle, Rebekah Edwards, Teresa Ekberg, Elyssa Elliott, Trevor Farstad, Thomas Fenner, Tiffany Ferchland, Melissa Fiedler, Kacy Flagg, Jeffrey Fleming, Micheal Fleming, Michael Fletcher, Johnathen Forcum, Thomas Foss,
Stephanie Foster, Stacey Freytag, Giulio Gabriotti, Sarah Gamby, Karine Garabedian, Daniel Garrett, Todd Gienger, Cindy Goddard, Jose Gomez Estrada, Lacie Goude, Kayla Grabler, Tiffany Graville, Richard Gregg III, Leslie Grimes, Anna Haase, Brian Haisley, Marques Haley, Matthew Halttunen, Anthony Hammerschmith, Gina Hannah, Michelle Harris, Megan Hawkins, James Hayes, Brandon Heaton, Ashley Heavirland,
Klynt Henderson, Evan Heriot, Dominic Hernandez III, Angela Hoeper, Jonathan Holliday, Brianna Hunt, Katie Hutcheson, Heather Hyland, Dave Inthavong, Letha Jacobson, Kalina Jikrok, Ricardo Jimenez, Brandon Jones, Molly Jones, Randall Jones, Ryan Jones, Joylynn Jorkan,
Diana Kaious, Angela Kapalczynski, Stefanie Keefer, Samantha Kenyon-Dudley, Alicia Kephart, Nik<302>ki Knopsnyder, Aaron Knowles, Tamara Koch, Matthew Koontz, Maria Korinek, Marisa Krimbow, Matthew Kruger, Alissa Kugler, Trason Lamb, Stephanie Lapaille,
Nikkie Lattion, Autumn Laughlin, Andrea Leighton, Dustin Lemmon, James Lemmon, Tasha Lesher, Shaina Levy, Hellder Lima, Brandon Loescher, Adrian Lopez, Shastina Lopez, Julian Mahlert, Cierra Mann, Mark Maricle, Alma Marshall, Nohemi Martinez, Sara Maruyama, Michael Mason, Kristina Massey, Nicole Matson-Ochoa, Jonathan Matthews, Tiffany Matthews, Joshua May, Melissa McCreary, Ryan McKenzie, Anna McLennan, Jennifer Meissner, Rachel Melear, Julie Meloy, Andrew Mach-Miller, Benjamin Miller,
Shawn Miller, Jeremy Millers, Nicole Minder, Daniel Mirabile, Courtenay Mitchell, Thomas Moore, Deborah Moss, Roland Mullock, Tahnee Mustoe, Vitaliy Nasedkin, Alejandro Navarrete, Jenna Nevills, Christoher Noble, Luis Noriega, Tara O'Neil, Ryan Olds, Jamie Oliver, Ashley Olson, Blake Ortiz, Joseph Padilla, Amy Parker, Mary Parker, Damion Pearce, Tristan Penhallegon, Christine Perea, Lauren Perkins, Rhea Peterson, Bethany Pike, Amy Poteet, Jennifer Powell, Jaywant Prakash,
Arpana Ram, Damiana Ramirez Diaz, Ashley Redfern, Erin Renner, Anna Richards, Christine Rolly, Lynde Rose, Lindsey Ruble, Lisa Rulien, Jaymee Rust, Aaron Sanders, Bharti Sanghani, Angelo Santiago, Catalina Santiago, Stephanie Saxman, Nathan Schiele, Kelsea Schoenberg, Robin Scholz, Matthew Shaw, Nathan Shaw, Lisa Sherman, Anthony Shipley,
Alexander Smith, Amy Smith, Angela Smith, Shannon Smith, Spencer Smith, Zachary Smith, Clinton St. Clair, Jessica Stafford, Cory Stevens, Tyler Stone, Sally Strain, Luke Sumner, Dustin Swan, Colleen Tenhaeff, Melissa Tharp, Lee Thoms, Brieanne Thurn, Joseph Tillotson, Elizabeth Tomas, Logan Trabue, Yvonne Tschoe, Cassie van Engers, Fred Vann, Mountaine Vickery,
Maria Villa Martinez, Michael Vinje, Shawnda Walker, Tyler Walker, Carissa Wampler, Kathryn Ware, Jesse Weller, Erica Westover, James Williams, Carlotta Wilson, Jacob Wilson, Carly Winn, Erin Wolff, Bradley Wood, Derek Woodruff, Troy Works, Erin Wright, Darah Yarbrough, Javier Zamora, Austin Zeman and Jeremy Zerger.
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|Date:||Jun 3, 2002|
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