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Area teachers named to Who's Who list

By Staff
Several teachers in the Madison City School System and the Madison County School System have been named to the list of Who's Who Among America's Teachers 2002.
More than 114,000 teachers across the nation have been selected to this prestigious listing.
Here are the names of the teachers from Madison County who have been recognized.
Jaon Bruner Casel Dickgieser – Sparkman Middle School
Vicki Lynnette Dobbs – Endeavor Elementary School
Veronica Ann Herren – Sparkman High School
Teresa Joyce Hill – Harvest Elementary School
Tracy McCall – Sparkman High School
Roger Dale Palmer Jr. – Sparkman High School
Lise Petty – Sparkman High School
Dan Brady Styles – Sparkman High School
Dave Tonn – Sparkman High School
Barbara Hereford Turner – Bob Jones High School
Charla Drake Weaver – Sparkman High School
Dennis Edward Willingham – Sparkman High School
Elizabeth Moore Willingham – Sparkman High School
Madelene Michael Marcus – Liberty Middle School
Maria Zayas – Discovery Middle School
Ray Atkinson – Madison Academy
LaNette Jones Bass – Madison Academy
Geraldine Ramsey Bledsoe – Bob Jones High School
Judy Karen Brown – Bob Jones High School
Cindy Bates Butler – Bob Jones High School
Laura Ann Capps Kirby – Bob Jones High School
Calvin Gene Cox Jr. – Monrovia Middle School
Barton Dwayne Craft – Bob Jones High School
Deborah Faught – Madison Academy
B. Ray Greer – Bob Jones High School
Jeff R. Hayes – Bob Jones High School
Benjamin Tyler Johnston – Liberty Middle School
Susie Leigh Jordan – Heritage Elementary School
Michele Anders Kinney – Bob Jones High School
Leslie Scannella Machen – Sparkman Middle School
Laurie McCurdy McKelvie – Bob Jones High School
Mary Segrest Miller – Madison Academy
Rhonda Simmons Moore – Bob Jones High School
Jeremy Todd Raper – Bob Jones High School
Teresa Gayle Tarter – Bob Jones High School
Dave Tonn – Sparkman High School
Bonnie Lawler Williams – Bob Jones High School
Susan Denney Hancock – Monrovia Middle School
Bradley Joseph Hulman – Monrovia Middle School
Wilma Ruth Sanders – Monrovia Elementary School

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