Applause 7/16/18

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The following local students were among the 1,561 Montana State University (Bozeman) undergraduates who received diplomas during MSU's 2018 spring commencement ceremony held May 5:
Bothell: Austin Davis, Karanbir Malhi
Duvall: Zachary Schutte
Kenmore: Julia Houghton
Woodinville: Catherine Fernandez (with honors)
Dean's List
Allee Hilton of Woodinville has earned Dean's List accolades at the University of Montana Western (Dillon, MT) for the entire 2017/2018 school year.
Alyx Farris of Bothell, has been named to the Knox College (Galesburg, IL) Dean's List of distinguished students for the 2018 Spring Term.
Ali McAllister-Day of Bothell has been named to the Dean's List at the University of New Hampshire (Durham, NH) for earning Honors for the spring 2018 semester.
The following students earned Dean’s List recognition at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash. for the Spring 2018 Quarter.
Bothell: Jared Berry, Carl Christensen, Luisa Costanza, Cecil D’Souza, Makenzie Ley, Samuel McPherson, Emily Simmons, Madison Sires, Sydney Thompson, Tiffany Van Eaton, Jessica Zemp
Duvall: George Hebard, Jaclyn Ward, Trevor Zakrajsek
Kenmore: Carrie Cutler, Tyler Furnish, Cameron Miller, Kathleen Mohn, Sydney Perrigoue, Jennifer Richardson, David Sergio
Woodinville: Jacob Andrews, Tyler Davis, Eric Fueng, Brandon Janshen, Alek Kacmarcik, Taryn Knopf, Valerie Landguth, Benjamin Sander, Mackenzie Vigil

Winners of the 2018 Parker Moore Memorial Scholarship Fund

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
In our July 2 issue, the three winners of the 2017 Parker Moore Memorial Scholarship Fund were announced. The winners from 2018 are as follows:  
Megan Rogers – Notre Dame
Jake Mismas – Colorado State
Tori Harding – Santa Clara
Stella Haynes Kiehn – University of Washington
Kylie Mossett – Bowling Green State University
The annual scholarships are awarded either to graduating seniors or alumnus of Woodinville High School. The fund was established in the memory of former Woodinville student Parker Moore.

Applause - 7/9/18

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The following local students that attended Inglemoor High School recently graduated from St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minn.): Anna Edwards, German and Religion and Zeos Greene, Individual Major
Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT) rower Allison Quintana of Bothell was named to the 2018 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Scholar-Athlete list.
Western Washington University student Kaylee Martig of Woodinville received the $2,000 Jolene Sanchez Memorial Scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Martig graduated from Woodinville High School in 2015. She is majoring in Therapeutic Play and Child Life and is involved with WWU’s Equestrian Team."

Local Financial Advisor Wins National Award

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Eric Cumley, CFP® was presented with the prestigious Essential Advisor Award at the 2018 Advisor Summit hosted by Envestnet (NYSE: ENV) and Investment Advisor Magazine.
Cumley was selected from nearly 60,000 financial advisors nationwide who utilize the Envestnet platform.
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Applause - July 2, 2018

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Patrick Cavanaugh of Woodinville received a Master of Music in Brass Performance from Boston University (Boston, Mass.).
Drew Tosaya of Kenmore graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) with a BS in computer engineering.
Bothell native Lincoln Gardner graduates from Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY) with a BS in Television-Radio.
Andrew Hastings of Woodinville earned Dean's List recognition at Drury University (Springfield, Mo.).
Jackie Hirai and Luke Mollerup, both from Woodinville, earned Dean's List recognition at George Fox University (Newberg, Oregon).
Katherine M. Christianson and Kathleen M. Snook, both of Bothell, have been named to the Dean's List at Boston University for the spring semester.
The University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) announced that Katherine Englander and Luke Kennedy, both of Woodinville, earned Dean's list honors for the spring semester.
Hunter R. Ford of Bothell and Devyn Marie Young of Woodinville have both earned Dean's List recognition at Clemson University (Clemson, SC) this spring.
Rebecca Brown of Woodinville and JoHanna Flahiff of Bothell have earned Dean's List honors at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY this spring.
Bothell Native Dean Shinner named to spring 2018 Dean's List at Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY).
Abigail Laird, a native of Bothell has been named to the University of Iowa's (Iowa City, IA) Dean's List for the spring 2018 semester.
Xander Kipp made the Dean's list at Seattle University and Madison Kipp made Dean's list at UCLA.  Both are graduates from Woodinville High School.
Central Washington University (Ellensburg) announced the spring Honor Roll. 
From Woodinville: Katie May, Dillon Bruskland, Alexander Belanger, Zoe Tout, Adam Hasenyager, Madelaine Stearn, and Holly Leaper
From Bothell: Calvin Hoek, Alexandria Robbin, Mitchell Dorman, Daniel Kaner, Milo McCarty, Alison Banchero, Chrissie Younie, Nam Nguyen, Isaac Anzlovar, Sierra Warner, Linh Cung, Shelby Schlosser, Noah Gorski, Aaron Wilson, Griffin Judd, Jordan Floyd, Emily Raney, Brenda Cheng, Elizabeth Weddle, Emily Woodwell, Sarah Davis, and Allison Staten
From Kenmore: Christian Soper, and Andrew Winter
From Duvall: Elise Kiesow, Ally Ford, Chandler Morgan, Maddie Packard, and Sam Rice
Elena Shirokova of Bothell was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Shirokova was initiated at Central Washington University.
Chris Bolander D.O. completed his family medicine training at Multicare’s East Pierce Family Medicine program in Puyallup in June and will be starting his practice with the Everett Clinic Family Medicine in Stanwood, WA in September.
Chris grew up in Woodinville. His participation in the Health Occupations Study Program at Woodinville High School (class of 2004) - peaked his interest in the medical field. Chris attended The University of Washington for his bachelors degree, then Des Moines University where he completed his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in 2015.

Bothell native is a U.S. Navy destroyer Sailor
HENRY MATTHEWBy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James Green,

Navy Office of Community Outreach

A Bothell, Washington, native and 2012 Bothell High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided missile destroyer, USS Decatur.

Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew Henry is an electrician's mate aboard the guided-missile destroyer operating out of San Diego.

A Navy electrician's mate is responsible for making sure there is power throughout the ship.

Henry credits success in the Navy to many of the lessons learned growing up in Bothell.

“I am from a big sports town, so early on I learned the importance of teamwork,” said Henry. “It has allowed me to fit into the team here and prepared me for working as part of a diverse team.”

More than 300 sailors serve aboard the ship, and their jobs are highly specialized, requiring dedication and skill, according to Navy officials. The jobs range from maintaining engines to handling weaponry along with a multitude of other assignments that keep the ship mission-ready at all times.

The ship has anti-aircraft capability armed with long range missiles intended for air defense to counter the threat to friendly forces posed by manned aircraft, anti-ship, cruise and tactical ballistic missiles.

Unique experiences build strong fellowship among the crew. The crew is motivated, and can quickly adapt to changing conditions, according to Navy officials. It is a busy life of specialized work, watches and drills. Serving aboard a guided missile destroyer instills accountability and toughness and fosters initiative and integrity.

While serving in the Navy may present many challenges, Henry has found many great rewards.

“I am proud that I am able to provide security for my family back home while gaining experiences that will better me personally and professionally,” added Henry.

UW Bothell 2018 alumna of year

Taylor HoangUniversity of Washington Bothell has named entrepreneur Taylor Hoang its 2018 Distinguished Alumna of the Year.

The award recognizes UW Bothell alumni who have shown distinguished professional achievements or outstanding community service. Hoang, who received a business degree in 2002, heads the Pho Cyclo restaurant group and directs the Ethnic Business Coalition in Seattle.

Hoang had already started a business and was working full time when she enrolled in the University. “The professors, the administrators, the students were all very professional, very dedicated,” Hoang recalls. “We all had day jobs and were just there to finish our education and get our degrees.”

At the age of 21, Hoang, who was born in Vietnam, started a mortgage brokerage that catered to ethnic immigrants. Seven years later she saw an opportunity to bring Vietnamese comfort food to broader American appetites. She currently has five restaurants and a catering company in the Pho Cyclo restaurant group.

In 2013, Hoang founded the nonprofit Ethnic Business Coalition to promote and improve the long-term sustainability of immigrant and minority-owned businesses. Hoang serves as its executive director. She also is active in civic and business organizations. Honored to receive the UW Bothell Alumna of the Year Award, Hoang says, “I will carry the banner.”