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Residence Life Office Honors Top RAs for 2012-13

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Residence Life Office announces its all-star lineup for the close of the 2012-13 academic year.

Ashley G. Maietta
Ashley G. Maietta
Tyler J. Durham
Tyler J. Durham

RA of the Year
Ashley G. Maietta, a nursing major from Hughesville, was chosen as the Resident Assistant of the Year. Assigned to the Campus View Apartments, she was also selected as RA of the Month for April/May.

Rising Star of the Year
The Rising Star of the Year award was presented to Tyler J. Durham, an information technology: information assurance and security concentration major from Newville.

He is a Resident Assistant in York Hall, Rose Street Commons.

Cody E. Buterbaugh
Cody E. Buterbaugh
Justin T. Mann
Justin T. Mann

‘Always Hallways’ of the Year
Honored with the overall “Always Hallways” award was Justin T. Mann, of Brook Haven.

An RA in Rose Street Commons’ Juniata Hall, he will graduate this week with an associate degree in heavy construction equipment technology: technician emphasis. (He received a two-year degree in the operation emphasis of the same major in 2011.)

‘First Responder’ of the Year
The “First Responder” award for the entire 2012-13 year goes to Cody E. Buterbaugh, an electromechanical maintenance technology student from Conestoga. He is an RA in Delaware Hall, Rose Street Commons.

April/May
In addition to the aforementioned selection of Maietta, Residence Life announced its notable Resident Assistants for the April/May period: The Rising Star of the Month was Dana L. Reed, of The Village at Penn College, a health information technology major from Sunbury; the “Always Hallways” award went to The Village’s Jonathan F. DeRoner, a computer aided product design student from Thurmont, Md.; and “First Responder” honors were accorded Chesnya I. Cherelus, of Elmont, N.Y., a nursing student and RA in the Campus View Apartments.

April/May awardees, from left: Dana L. Reed, Jonathan F. DeRoner and Chesnya I. Cherelus
April/May awardees, from left: Dana L. Reed, Jonathan F. DeRoner and Chesnya I. Cherelus
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