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Michigan State University president's list

Posted: Sunday, February 3, 2013 9:15 am

EAST LANSING — Matthew Sutter of Chesaning  received a 4.0 grade point average for the fall 2012 semester of his engineering studies.

In a letter from the College of Engineering Dean Satish Udpa, it states Sutter was among only 190 out of 3,912 (4.9 percent) engineering students enrolled to achieve this accomplishment.

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Owosso Lodge 81 conducted its annual honors Friday. The evening began at 6:30 p.m. with a dinner by GiGi’s Banquets and Catering. Worshipful Master Richard Levitski recognized member achievements for the year. Honorary member Larry Judson was recognized. New life members John Challender, Ward Coon, John B. Luchenbill, Arthur Dixon and Marvin Lyons were recognized. Fifty-year members recognized included Philip H. Spencer, Kenneth Fauth, Dale R. Potter, Donald W. Skinner and Paul Buehler. Sixty-year members include William Huggins, William E. Tompkinson, Jack Striggow and Bobby Johnson.  Mason of the Year Russell Merrill was announced. Seen here are Richard Levitski, left, presenting a plaque to Merrill.

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