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Graduation 2004

Hernando High School's Top Ten

By Times Staff Writer
Published May 25, 2004

VALEDICTORIAN

ALLISON SOLOMON

PARENTS: Virginia and Joseph Solomon

COLLEGE: Mercer College

FIELD OF STUDY: political science

SALUTATORIAN

BRENT LOWMAN

PARENTS: Beverly and Matthew Lowman

COLLEGE: University of Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: business

ANDREW TAYLOR

PARENTS: Sharon and Mark Taylor

COLLEGE: University of Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: history

CORY FREDERICK

PARENTS: Billy and Keith Frederick

COLLEGE: University of Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: medicine

KENNETH HUNTER

PARENTS: Susan and Julius Hunter

COLLEGE: University of Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: computer/electrical engineering

KRISTIE MORRILL

PARENTS: Lynn and Kevin Morrill

COLLEGE: Florida State University

FIELD OF STUDY: nutrition

JEFFREY MATHERLY

PARENTS: Debbie and Jeff Matherly

COLLEGE: University of Central Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: engineering

SARAH DAVIS

PARENTS: Sandra and Eric Davis

COLLEGE: University of South Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: elementary education

HEATH HENSLEY

PARENTS: Shirley and Michael Hensley

COLLEGE: University of Central Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: computer engineering

ERICA DOLL

PARENTS: Anita Sola and Chip Doll

COLLEGE: University of Florida

FIELD OF STUDY: public relations

CLASS INFORMATION

CLASS MOTTO: "To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift."

CLASS COLOR: tie-dye

CLASS FLOWER: rose

CLASS SONG: So Far Away, Staind SUPERLATIVES

BEST ALL AROUND: Kennah Johnson and Chris Korbus

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Allison Solomon and Brent Lowman

MOST TALENTED: Kristie Morrill and Roderick Roberts

MOST SPIRITED: Sabreena Rogers and Drew Taylor

MOST STUDIOUS: Melissa Parker and Kenneth Hunter

CLASS CLOWNS: Kaleigh Chadwell and Lee Pedone

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

PRESIDENT: Brent Lowman

VICE PRESIDENT: Kristie Morrill

SECRETARY: Michael Ehlenbeck

TREASURER: Allison Solomon

[Last modified May 24, 2004, 20:40:06]


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