Sarah Banville and Erin Fagan of Atkinson; Melissa Bogacki and Kathryn McGowan of Chester; Kimberly Cote of Danville; Ian Berry, Shannon Deppe, Danielle Jacques, Emily Marvell, Erin Murphy and Marie Valvis of Derry; Nicole Blackwell and Briana Parisi of Hampstead; Megan Call, Anthony DeCarolis, Shaun DeVoss, Stephanie Goduti, Emily Myers and Moira Ryan of Londonderry; Kathleen Cronin, Jennifer Ferguson, Kaitlin Fisher, Alexandra Gindi, Allison Mahoney, Jennifer Rafferty, Kendra Rainha, Audrey Sousa, Melissa White and Sara Whitney of Pelham; Kimberly Barnes, Geoffrey Farinha, Jaclyn Foley, Erica Hajj, Sherry Kelleher, Meagan Kulesz and Jennifer Pelletier of Salem; Meaghan Manning of Sandown; and Meagan Cayer, Laura Gallagher, Audrey Kasparian and Danielle Krause of Windham were named to the dean's list for the spring 2009 semester at Rivier College in Nashua.
Meghan Deyermond of Atkinson, Kailey Keiser of Plaistow and Ashley Dowling of Derry were named to the dean's list for the spring 2009 semester at New England College in Henniker.
Asnat Campeanu of Derry and Kailey Keiser of Plaistow received a bachelor's degrees at New England College in Henniker on May 16.
Jenessa Mahoney of Hampstead has been enrolled in a Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England.
Meredith Fleming, Paige Devlin, Daniel Bakis, Kerry Gendreau, Graeme Clohosey and Victoria Valente of Derry; Dawn Basnett and Hillary Keller of Londonderry; Khozema Jafferji, Claudia Combs, Ashley Rousseau, Annika Glaeser, Marissa Chakar, Katrina Green, Megan Morin, Humza Jafferji, Jeffrey Levesque, Christine Schedeler, Katelyn Bourque, Stephanie Martins, Matthew Guimond, Meaghan O'Connell, Sherry Laderoute and Chelsie Clogston of Pelham; Elise Miles, Cecilia Anderson, Robert Liekweg, Brittni Relf, Jason Bouchrouche, Beau Bridges, Kathryn Haughn, Amanda Boutrus, Lynda Torento, Katelyn Simoneau, Sean Daher, Jessica Van Zile, Jacquelyn Zani and Emily Wolf of Salem; Holly Johnson, Derek Russell, Alayna Mender, Matthew Jablonski, Cassaundra Pellerin, Jeffrey Hodgdon, Laila Charmchi, James Stadtmiller, Sarah Beals and Tyler Kahl of Windham; Joshua Mackin of Atkinson; Nichole Schomburg, Nicole St. Pierre, Christopher Bouchard and Anne Hansbury of Plaistow; and Celeste LaBelle of Sandown were named to the dean's list for the spring 2009 semester at UMass Lowell in Lowell, Mass.
Jennifer Citorik of Kingston and Kimberly Galluzzo of Londonderry are new members of the Endicott College Scholars Program. Laura Shadallah of Salem was initiated into Endicott College's Mortar Board, the national honor society for students in their senior year and into Psi Chi, the honor society for students in the field of psychology at Endicott College.
Josephy Camasso of Hampstead, Trevor DeVitto of Atkinson and Christopher Swierad of Windham were accepted into Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I., as part of the class of 2013.
Jessica Zeidler of Atkinson and Stephanie Sayward of Derry were accepted to St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., as members of the class of 2013.
Chief Petty Officer Frederick Welch III, formerly of Plaistow, the son of Michael and Sheila Dorman of Plaistow, recently retired after 20 years in the U.S. Navy.
Welch is a graduate of Timberlane High School. Entering the military within a few months of graduation, he did his basic training in Orlando, Fla. Upon completion of basic training, he was sent to Gulfport, Miss., where he was trained to become a Navy Seabee (Builder).
His first deployment out of the country was in 1991, when he was sent to the Persian Gulf to serve in Operation Desert Storm. He returned to the Gulf for Operation Desert Shield.
His primary home base was in Mississippi as part of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 74 working on projects, as needed, on and off base.
Other out-of-country deployments included Afghanistan and Iraq ,where he served more than one six-month tour building barracks.
He reached the rank of chief petty officer in 2002. His parents attended the ceremony in Washington, D.C.
He and his wife Christine live in Long Beach, Miss. They have two children.
Welch took a position with a private contractor in Mississippi, instructing new Navy Seabee recruits who are now doing the job he did while on active duty.