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16 Whitman DECA Students Win Trophies

Students will move on to state competition.

Whitman High School sent 60 DECA students to the regional level competition at Suffolk Community College recently.  Club co-advisor Deanna L. Kluepfel said 16 students came home with trophies and 8 students received honorable mention.

The following students earned trophies and placed in their events:

Derek Zadrozny 1st place in Hotel & Lodging Management

Robert Galvin 2nd place in Accounting Applications

Zarmeen Mussa 2nd place in Apparel and Accessories Marketing

The following students were awarded trophies:

Kabir Zafar in Restaurant & Food Service Management

Robert Senecal in Restaurant & Food Service Management

Siraat Zafar in Hotel Lodging Management

Aryan Tabibzada in Quick Serve Restaurant Management

Chris McPartland in Quick Serve Restaurant Management

Maclaine Sher in Principles of Hospitality & Tourism

Rafael Reyes in Hospitality Services

Sydney Pisano in Hospitality Services

Lauren Re in Travel and Tourism

Rachid Macer in Travel and Tourism

Misha Patel in Principles of Marketing

Catherine Aiello in Principles of Marketing

Ahmed Ejaz in Sports and Entertainment Marketing

The following students were awarded honorable mention:

Shayna Greene in Hospitality Services

Joonho Ko in Hospitality Services

Zachary Lanz in Marketing Communications

Justin Seda in Marketing Communications

Ryan McAllister in Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Russell Kielawa in Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Adam Sandler in Principles of Finance

Zachary Dougherty in Automotive Services Marketing 

 

Trophy winners qualify for state competition in Rochester in March.

BK13 January 14, 2013 at 02:33 PM
Congrats! Pride of Whitman! Great job!
Patti January 16, 2013 at 03:04 AM
Congratulations Whitman..Good luck in Regionals!
pro-whitman January 16, 2013 at 03:30 AM
Whitman DECA makes the community proud. thank you for being amazing role models

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