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Thursday, May 15, 2014 8:01 PM

BY NANCY SPENCER

Herald Editor

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OTTOVILLE — Thirty-three members of the Ottoville High School class of 2014 will receive diplomas at 1 p.m. Sunday in the high school gymnasium.

Top students are Luke Schimmoeller, Kara Schimmoeller, Nicole Burgei, Cory Honigford and Alex Horstman.

Luke is the son of Darren and Julie Schimmoeller and plans to attend the University of Toledo, majoring in biomedical engineering/pre-med.

He was active in basketball, baseball and golf and was a tutor. He was a member of Big Brothers, Big Sisters, the National Honor Society and served as class vice president for two years.

Kara is the daughter of Chris and Lori Schimmoeller and plans to attend The Ohio State University, majoring in biology with the hopes of becoming a physician assistant.

She was active in volleyball and softball and a member of the National Honor Society, Scholastic Quiz Bowl and marching, concert and pep band. She was also in the school musical.

Burgei is the daughter of Tony and Marty Burgei and plans to attend the University of Findlay, majoring in occupational therapy with direct admission into the graduate program.

She was active in volleyball and softball and was a member of the Scholastic Quiz Bowl, National Honor Society and Big Brothers, Big Sisters. She served as a tutor, teacher’s aide and office aide and had perfect attendance.

Honigford is the son of Allan and Angie Honigford and plans to attend the University of Toledo, majoring in chemical engineering.

He was active in basketball, baseball and Big Brothers, Big Sisters and a member of the National Honor Society, where he served as president and parliamentarian. He also served as class president and vice president.

Horstman is the son of Dale and Carolyn Horstman and plans to attend The Ohio State University, majoring in electrical engineering.

He was active in soccer and baseball and a member of the Scholastic Quiz Bowl, National Honor Society and had served as class president.

Honor students include Melissa Burgei, Tonya Kaufman, Luke Schimmoeller, Nicole Burgei, Ryan Kemper, Alex Schnipke, Emma Eickholt, Haylee Koester, Ben Schnipke, Cory Honigford, Johnny Landwehr, Danielle Trenkamp, Alex Horstman, Taylor Mangas, Mark Waldick, Andrew Horstman, Kelsey Miller, Tyler Winhover, Stephanie Horstman and Kara Schimmoeller.

The class flower was the Venus flytrap and colors were lime green and silver. The class song was “Give Me Back My Hometown” and the motto: “One for the Record; One for the Scene; One for the Class of Twenty Fourteen.”

The class of 2014 includes Melissa Burgei, Nicole Burgei, Alexandra Eickholt-Schnipke, Emma Eickholt, Kendra Eickholt, Timothy Feasel, Cory Honigford, Alex Horstman, Andrew Horstman, Jenna Horstman, Stephanie Horstman, Tonya Kaufman, Damon Keeran, Jordan Kelch, Ryan Kemper, Haylee Koester, Jonathan Landwehr, Lucas Maag, Taylor Mangas, Kelsey Miller, Monica Sarka, Kara Schimmoeller, Luke Schimmoeller, Eden Schlagbaum, Alex Schnipke, Ben Schnipke, Megan Schnipke, James Tiller, Danielle Trenkamp, Amy Tumblin, Matthew Turnwald, Mark Waldick and Tyler Winhover.

 

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