Thomas University inducts charter members into
SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society
The newly formed Thomas University chapter of the SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society inducted its first members during a ceremony held Tuesday, April 15, inside the Balfour Chapel on TU’s Main Campus. In order to be inducted into SALUTE, a student must be an honorably discharged military veteran and maintain a grade point average of at least 3.0. Participating in the induction ceremony are (front from left) Dr. Debra Gresham, SALUTE co-advisor; Glenda Diaz of Thomasville, inductee; Jessica Mobley of Colquitt, inductee; Randy Hicks of Chickamauga, inductee; Jen Lindquist, SALUTE co-advisor; Master Sgt. (Retired) Lester Hayes, keynote speaker; (back row) Denise Hurst of Ochlocknee, inductee; Gregory McCullough of Cairo, inductee; Nikolai Patrick of Tallahassee, inductee; and Anthony Stokes of Cairo, inductee. Other inductees not pictured include Esther Burge of Tallahassee, Fla.; Burton Burt of Gainesville, Fla.; Robert Fisher of Marietta, Ga.; Brian Hodges of Sharpsburg, Ga.; Janette Nihles of Gordon, Ga.; Frank Troxel of Venice, Fla.; Guy Buck of Savannah, Ga.; John Fitzmayer of Loganville, Ga.; Derrick Green of Cairo, Ga.; Donald Harris of Hinesville, Ga.; Justin Phillips of Douglasville, Ga.; Jeremy Taylor of Cordele, Ga.; Christy Huskey of Shelby, N.C.; Tia Sanders of Spanaway, Wash.; James Scherk of Callahan, Fla.; and Curtis Wallace of Bonaire, Ga.