Flight simulator donation brings new opportunities to Ivy Tech Fort Wayne students

Back row from left: Clark Winans, Aaron Jamison, Paul Hopkins, Sophia Layos; Front row from left: Aviation Technology instructor Dan Leonard, Chancellor Dr. Kim Barnett-Johnson, Dean of the School of Manufacturing, Engineering, and Applied Sciences Deborah Pitzer

Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne is adding FAA-approved flight simulator training to its Aviation Technology curriculum after receiving a generous donation valued up to $200,000.

The Precision Flight Controls DCX MAX NG simulator allows students to earn some credit towards their licenses and can save them up to $200 an hour. It doesn’t take the place of actual aircraft training but serves as a safe way to gain needed experience.

“Someone who has never flown in their lifetime can safely learn the ropes while using this simulator,” says Dan Leonard, an Ivy Tech Aviation Technology instructor. “It’s a great tool for our students and community members to keep up on vital techniques and skills.”

This instrument allows users to experience a virtual reality that allows them to achieve, train, and maintain proficiency in the operation of an airplane without the risk to a person or property. Users have the ability to “fly” anywhere in the country and train through different types of weather.

“With the simulator, students can practice repeatedly to gain confidence before getting in the aircraft,” says the donor, who wishes to remain anonymous. “When you’re learning to fly, it takes you a couple months before you don’t make mistakes. This instrument allows you to learn how to not make mistakes without using natural resources. I feel students will get the maximum benefits of it with Ivy Tech.”

This simulator was donated in pieces so it could be transported to Ivy Tech. College faculty were able to put it back together and calibrate it to working condition during winter break. It’s now being used in class with students.

Dr. Kim Barnett-Johnson tests out simulator with student Sophia Layos

“Anytime we’re struggling in the air, it’s always great practice to come back down here and review what we’ve missed in the simulator,” says Paul Hopkins, student in the Aviation Technology program. “It’s the biggest help, and it saves us a lot of money.”

Ivy Tech Fort Wayne Library accepting edible book entries for festival in April

Photo from 2019 Edible Book Festival

Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne is back to hosting the annual Edible Book Festival after a two-year hiatus on Apr. 3. Registration to participate is now open to the community. Applications are due by Mar. 24. Registration is only required if you plan to make an edible book.

The Edible Book Festival is an annual, worldwide event that invites participants to create edible books to be exhibited for, then enjoyed by, festival attendees. Participants create a dish based on a book, book title, or pun of a book title.

Photo from 2019 Edible Book Festival

This is the festival’s 14th year at Ivy Tech Fort Wayne, and it is open to both the northeast Indiana community and Ivy Tech Fort Wayne students and employees. Participants compete to win one of three awards: Best Design, Funniest Interpretation, or Best Tasting. 

“We welcome entries from local businesses and food artists, Ivy Tech students, staff, alumni, retirees, and anyone else who’s interested,” says Liz Metz, librarian at Ivy Tech Fort Wayne. “It is a wonderful opportunity for local businesses to interact with the community and promote themselves.”

Learn more about the festival and register online at library.ivytech.edu/ebf.


Noon to 2 p.m. Apr. 3


Ivy Tech Fort Wayne’s North Campus

Student Life Center Gym

3701 Dean Dr., Fort Wayne, IN 46835

Indiana students to get free FAFSA filing help at College Goal Sunday

Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne and Warsaw and other various sites in Indiana to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday. The event is set from 2:00-4:00 p.m., February 26th, 2023, and will take place on Fort Wayne’s Coliseum Campus (3800 N Anthony Blvd.) and Warsaw (2545 Silveus Crossing).

The free program assists Indiana students in filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in one afternoon. The FAFSA form is required for students to be considered for federal and state grants, scholarships, and federal student loans at most colleges, universities, and vocational/technical schools nationwide. Due to state deadlines, the FAFSA must be filed by April 15, 2023, to be eligible for most Indiana financial aid.

“We want students to capitalize on every opportunity they can that makes going to college affordable, no matter what field or industry they pursue or where they find themselves on their educational journey,” said Dr. Sue Ellspermann, President of Ivy Tech. “Ivy Tech is proud to host events like College Goal Sunday that align with the goals of the State of Indiana and the Commission for Higher Education, as we strive to achieve a statewide FAFSA completion rate of at least 60 percent this year.”

Now in its 34th year, College Goal Sunday has helped more than 94,000 Indiana students and families complete the FAFSA properly and on time. College Goal Sunday is a charitable program of the Indiana Student Financial Aid Association (ISFAA).

College Goal Sunday Doubles the Help Offered

“The event on February 26th will be the first of two College Goal Sunday events ISFAA is offering this FAFSA filing season.” said Bill Wozniak, co-chair of College Goal Sunday. “We hope all Hoosiers take advantage of College Goal Sunday, file the FAFSA, and get one step closer to fulfilling their educational goals.”

What students should bring

Students should attend College Goal Sunday with their parent(s) or guardian(s), and parent(s) should bring completed 2021 IRS 1040 tax returns, W-2 Forms and other 2021 income and benefits information. Students who worked should also bring their income information. Students 24 years of age or older may attend alone and bring their completed 2021 IRS 1040 tax return, W-2 Form or other 2021 income and benefits information. Students and parent(s) are encouraged to apply for their U.S. Department of Education FSA IDs at www.studentaid.gov before logging in to the event.

Volunteers will walk through the online form line-by-line and answer families’ individual questions as needed. All sites offer FAFSA online capabilities, and many have Spanish interpreters. A complete list of sites is available at www.collegegoalsunday.org

Attendees may win a scholarship from College Goal Sunday

Students may also win one of five $1,000 scholarships. Students who attend College Goal Sunday and submit a completed evaluation form will automatically be entered in a drawing for a $1,000 scholarship. The winners will be notified in spring and scholarships will be sent directly to the higher education institution selected by the winning students.

21st Century Scholars benefit

21st Century Scholars are income-eligible students who sign a contract in the seventh or eighth grade promising they will graduate from high school, meet grade point requirements, fulfill a pledge of good citizenship, and apply for college financial aid. Upon high school completion, Scholars who have fulfilled the commitment and demonstrate financial need receive state funds to help cover their college tuition and fees for up to eight semesters at eligible Indiana public colleges or an equal dollar amount at eligible Indiana private colleges. To fulfill their pledge scholars must submit a completed FAFSA form on time, College Goal Sunday can help.

Program is a national model

College Goal Sunday originated right here in Indiana and is now a national model. Following Indiana’s example, College Goal Sunday events organized by more than 34 states have opened doors to higher education for hundreds of thousands of students all over the country.

For more information about College Goal Sunday visit www.collegegoalsunday.org.

Ivy Tech Fort Wayne/Warsaw, General Motors team up for national initiative to impact manufacturing industry

Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne and Warsaw was recently selected as one of just seven colleges nationwide to receive a $40,000 grant, sourced by General Motors funds, through the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) as part of a new national initiative.

From left: Ivy Tech Fort Wayne/Warsaw Chancellor Dr. Kim Barnett-Johnson & GM Fort Wayne Assembly Executive Director Gary Duff

“Over the next year, GM and Fort Wayne Assembly will work closely with Ivy Tech to learn how we can better train and attract talent for the advanced manufacturing jobs of the future – right here in Northeast Indiana,” says Gary Duff, Executive Director of the General Motors Fort Wayne Assembly Plant. “This study will benefit not just GM but manufacturing companies both in the region and nationwide.”

The grant funds a year and a half long study that shares best practices for integrating advanced manufacturing credentials into college curriculum. The seven colleges selected are located near GM facilities and will take part in the initial study that explores options that launch individuals into higher skills and higher wage opportunities.  

“The manufacturing world keeps evolving with the development of new technology,” says Dr. Kim Barnett-Johnson, Chancellor of Ivy Tech Fort Wayne and Warsaw. “To keep pace with these advancements, this grant will help us find ways to retain high-value instructors who currently work in the industry and develop new curricula that leaves our students workforce-ready after graduation.”

Sam Barker, former Ivy Tech student & electrician at GM Fort Wayne Assembly

Ivy Tech is already working closely with other community partners to keep up with the advancements in the manufacturing industries. In 2020, Ivy Tech became the education partner for the Northeast Indiana Chapter of the Indiana Federation of Advanced Manufacturing Education (NEINFAME), allowing for the creation of new programs designed to meet the needs of the region’s manufacturing employers. This grant will help guide the college to continue developing forward-focused education.

“During my time at Ivy Tech, I had a chance to slow down and dig deeper into the skills I’m using now,” says Sam Barker, an electrician at GM Fort Wayne and former Ivy Tech student. “The industry is fast-paced and always changing, so I believe this will be a big benefit to current and future students and our area’s manufacturing industry.”

Ivy Tech Fort Wayne hosts lunch buffet series

Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne’s Hospitality Administration students are hosting a series of lunch buffets open to the community at Coliseum Campus (3800 N. Anthony Blvd.) most Thursdays in February. It’s an opportunity to have students get a real-world restaurant experience.

The dates and their respective lunches are as follows:

  • Feb. 2 – Lunch buffet featuring pork rillette, Provençal chicken, pike quenelles, and desserts
  • Feb. 9 – Three-course tasting menu
  • Feb. 23À la carte menu

Lunches will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for $15 per person. Guests must reserve their spot beforehand. Lunches are limited to 35 people, so those interested will need to RSVP as soon as possible by going to link.ivytech.edu/lunchbuffet.

Ivy Tech Fort Wayne invites students, community to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy with mural dedication

Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne’s Office of Student Life is hosting a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Mural Rededication Ceremony open to students and the public Wednesday, Jan. 18 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Student Life Center (3701 Dean Drive). The MLK mural was recently reimagined by the college’s Visual Communications program.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Mural in the Student Life Center

The rededication is also being made possible through efforts of the college’s Diversity Council and the new Black Student Union (BSU). BSU’s president, members of the Visual Communications department, and campus leadership will give speeches during the ceremony.

Afterwards, everyone is invited to a free lunch in the college’s Student Life Commons that includes pulled meat sandwiches (chicken, pork, and beef), chips, beans, and more. Attendees may also receive a stuffed bear with an MLK quote t-shirt.

For more about the event, you can visit Student Life’s website.


Noon to 1:30 p.m. Jan. 18


Ivy Tech Fort Wayne North Campus

Student Life Center

3701 Dean Dr.

Fort Wayne, IN 46805

Ten individuals from the Chain O’ Lakes Correctional Facility to graduate with welding certificates from Ivy Tech Fort Wayne on Friday

Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne is holding its 14th graduation of inmates from the Chain O’ Lakes Correctional Facility in Albion, IN. These 10 individuals will receive their welding certificates after successfully completing their training. Since the program’s inception in May 2018, more than 100 individuals have graduated with welding or CNC certificates.

“It’s gratifying to work with incarcerated individuals and see them get a second chance and a high-paying job,” said Joe McMichael, Executive Director of Ivy+ Career Link at Ivy Tech. “We look forward to building our partnership with the Department of Corrections and help strengthen the futures of underserved populations for years to come.”


1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 13


Ivy Tech Fort Wayne’s North Campus

Steel Dynamics, Inc. Keith E. Busse Technology Center

3701 Dean Dr.

Fort Wayne, IN 46805

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from Ivy Tech Fort Wayne & Warsaw! A special thank you to all of our community partners and alumni who made this video possible. We appreciate every chance we get to show the amazing things that are happening as a result of your hard work. Wishing everyone a great year ahead!

Ivy Tech Foundation’s Women in Philanthropy – Circle of Ivy awards more than $260,000 to Campuses

Ivy Tech Foundation’s Women in Philanthropy Circle of Ivy awarded $263,649 to 84 projects at its seventh annual Circle of Ivy Gathering on Friday, November 4. The initiative raises funds to make access to higher education easier for Ivy Tech Community College students. Circle of Ivy has a statewide reach, with a focus specifically on campus needs and projects that positively impact students. 

Several projects from Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne and Warsaw received funding:

  • Helping Hands Emergency Funds (Fort Wayne)- $1,900
  • Rent and Utility Fund (Fort Wayne)- $1,900
  • The Disability Sensory Services Sensory Positive Study Room (Fort Wayne)- $953
  • Coffee with a Professor (Fort Wayne)- $942
  • Helping Hands Emergency Funds (Warsaw)- $3,000
  • Emergency Transportation Funds (Warsaw)- $1,600
  • Basics Bank Supply Pantry (Warsaw)- $1,100
  • Thanksgiving Meal-in-a-Box (Warsaw)- $500

“At Ivy Tech, we believe in a mission that creates resources and breaks down barriers to higher education for our students,” said Dr. Kim Barnett-Johnson, chancellor of Ivy Tech Fort Wayne and Warsaw. “Our local Circle of Ivy chapters have grown from 8 to 70 members since its inception in 2016. It’s encouraging to see this program thrive and witness our students walk better, more accessible paths toward success because of our generous donors.”

The projects funded this year give students easier access to educational opportunities by tackling the issue of food insecurity and providing things like transportation and rent and utility assistance.

“This organization has done so much over the years and continues to provide transformative experiences for Ivy Tech students. When women join together, we are a force for good. We are so proud of all the projects that have been funded by the Circle of Ivy,” said Courtney Roberts, President of the Ivy Tech Foundation.

Since its inception in 2015, Circle of Ivy has grown to more than 1,000 members. In seven years, the members have raised more than $1 million to assist with 384 projects.

To learn more about Circle of Ivy visit ivytech.edu/circleofivy.

Ivy Tech Community College Northeast announces summer 2013 Dean’s List

Ivy Tech Community College Northeast is pleased to announce the Dean’s List for summer 2013. The Dean’s List, prepared and published each term, gives recognition to degree-seeking students who:

  • achieve a minimum 3.50 grade point average in non-academic skills advancement courses with no Ds or Fs
  • earn six or more Ivy Tech credits during the semester
  • have earned at least 12 non-academic skills advancement credits during their course of study

The students who made the Dean’s List are:

Last Name First Name City State Province County Description
Murphy Patrick
Franklin Alan
Khaing Aung Fort Wayne IN
Zuercher Audry Roanoke IN
Kimmel Scott
Anderson Sarah Decatur IN Adams
Hutker Heath Decatur IN Adams
Jones Pamela Berne IN Adams
Light Greg Decatur IN Adams
Macklin Steven Decatur IN Adams
Stahly Ryan Geneva IN Adams
Vanderhart Cyndi Decatur IN Adams
Adams Lisa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Aguilar Diana Fort Wayne IN Allen
Alderman Kyle Fort Wayne IN Allen
Aldik Qmr Fort Wayne IN Allen
Allan Jason Fort Wayne IN Allen
Anderson Krystal Fort Wayne IN Allen
Arnold Jami Fort Wayne IN Allen
Baker Angelique Fort Wayne IN Allen
Baker Courtney Fort Wayne IN Allen
Barton Dale New Haven IN Allen
Baumann Delaney Fort Wayne IN Allen
Beaman Melody Fort Wayne IN Allen
Beckman Bronte Fort Wayne IN Allen
Belcher Misheela Fort Wayne IN Allen
Bennett Amanda Fort Wayne IN Allen
Benz Cory Fort Wayne IN Allen
Berkshire Megan Fort Wayne IN Allen
Boettcher Beatrice Monroeville IN Allen
Botteron Magdalen Fort Wayne IN Allen
Bowers Nicole Fort Wayne IN Allen
Bowers Nicole Fort Wayne IN Allen
Bozek Richard Monroeville IN Allen
Bradley Beverly Fort Wayne IN Allen
Braun Steven Fort Wayne IN Allen
Brown Laura Fort Wayne IN Allen
Brown Jessicca Fort Wayne IN Allen
Buhl Andrea Huntertown IN Allen
Burke Patrick Fort Wayne IN Allen
Burns Richard Fort Wayne IN Allen
Cameron John Fort Wayne IN Allen
Canaveral Andres Fort Wayne IN Allen
Carey Rochelle Fort Wayne IN Allen
Case Lillian Fort Wayne IN Allen
Ceccanese James Spencerville IN Allen
Chandler Bri Anna Fort Wayne IN Allen
Chapman Katelyn Leo IN Allen
Clayburn Michelle Fort Wayne IN Allen
Clemence Chynna Fort Wayne IN Allen
Conley Sheryl Fort Wayne IN Allen
Conrad Austin Fort Wayne IN Allen
Conser Tracy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Cook Stacy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Coulter Tabatha New Haven IN Allen
Cox Joel Fort Wayne IN Allen
Cox Shulamite Grace Fort Wayne IN Allen
Dart Jennifer Fort Wayne IN Allen
Davis Terra Fort Wayne IN Allen
Davis Michael Fort Wayne IN Allen
Day Angela Fort Wayne IN Allen
DeFord-Dunn Rachel Grabill IN Allen
Diss Aisha Fort Wayne IN Allen
Doane Robert Fort Wayne IN Allen
Dodane Jessica Fort Wayne IN Allen
Dunn Angel Fort Wayne IN Allen
Esotu Ogochukwu Fort Wayne IN Allen
Evans Rebecca Fort Wayne IN Allen
Fennig Alicia Fort Wayne IN Allen
Ferguson-Bibbo Nina Fort Wayne IN Allen
Fesler Jamie Fort Wayne IN Allen
Fetzer Catherine Fort Wayne IN Allen
Figueroa Megan New Haven IN Allen
Foster Brian Fort Wayne IN Allen
Fowler-Gerig Shirley Fort Wayne IN Allen
Fox Sarah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Frohberg Nichole Fort Wayne IN Allen
Fuelling Louie Monroeville IN Allen
Funkhouser Jeff Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gagen Timothy Leo IN Allen
Garcia Janet Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gay Heather Fort Wayne IN Allen
George Jennifer Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gerardot Betsy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gerken Jacob Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gialamas Brian Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gibson Jeffrey New Haven IN Allen
Gonzalez Yolanda Fort Wayne IN Allen
Gountras Anna Fort Wayne IN Allen
Haffele Sarah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hake Jason Fort Wayne IN Allen
Harding Jane Fort Wayne IN Allen
Harris Brendan Fort Wayne IN Allen
Havens Andrew Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hayden Vanessa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hayes Kenneth Fort Wayne IN Allen
Headings Luann Fort Wayne IN Allen
Headings Luann Fort Wayne IN Allen
Henry Keri Fort Wayne IN Allen
Herendeen Patrick Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hernandez Franklyn Fort Wayne IN Allen
Herrmann Annette Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hinton Glenda Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hoelle Ronald Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hopkins Lacey Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hoskins Mandy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hough Sara Huntertown IN Allen
Howey Rhonda Fort Wayne IN Allen
Hubart Sheila Fort Wayne IN Allen
Huber Scott Fort Wayne IN Allen
Jehl Hannah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Johnson Jasmine Fort Wayne IN Allen
Johnson Shawntay Fort Wayne IN Allen
Jones Tynisha Fort Wayne IN Allen
Jones Tynisha Fort Wayne IN Allen
Jones Brittiane Fort Wayne IN Allen
Jones Janelle Fort Wayne IN Allen
Just Robert Fort Wayne IN Allen
Justiana Samantha Fort Wayne IN Allen
Keating Kevin Fort Wayne IN Allen
Keller Peter Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kellogg Drew Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kerns Christopher Fort Wayne IN Allen
Keske Kenneth Fort Wayne IN Allen
Keske Kenneth Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kiefer James Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kilgore Jacee Fort Wayne IN Allen
King Joseph Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kiproff Mark Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kline Michael Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kreider Rachel Fort Wayne IN Allen
Kunce Ashley Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lancaster Stacie Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lassen Anamaria Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lawrence Rebecca Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lawson Nick Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lee Sarah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Le-Hue Casey Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lemberg Kimberly Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lian Mang Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lichtsinn Christian Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lopez Sheila Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lowry Julie Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lucketti Melissa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Luna Feliciano Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lupica Sarah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lupica Sarah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Lytle Kelsey Fort Wayne IN Allen
Mankin Ashley Fort Wayne IN Allen
Marshall Gregory Fort Wayne IN Allen
Martin Ruth Fort Wayne IN Allen
Martin Sandra Fort Wayne IN Allen
Martinez Jennifer Fort Wayne IN Allen
Maslonka Faith Fort Wayne IN Allen
McComb Monica Fort Wayne IN Allen
Mccomb Richard Huntertown IN Allen
McDaniel David Fort Wayne IN Allen
Meeks Nancy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Menge Marissa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Merrill Brianna Fort Wayne IN Allen
Mikesell Michelle Fort Wayne IN Allen
Miller Kory Fort Wayne IN Allen
Miller Silas New Haven IN Allen
Miller Titus New Haven IN Allen
Mills Billy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Miser Kathryn Fort Wayne IN Allen
Mitchell Mark Fort Wayne IN Allen
Mixon Addie Fort Wayne IN Allen
More Michelle Fort Wayne IN Allen
Mrak Samantha Fort Wayne IN Allen
Muench Michael Fort Wayne IN Allen
Nagy Dane Fort Wayne IN Allen
Necessary Audrey Fort Wayne IN Allen
Newman Barbette Fort Wayne IN Allen
Newton Nicholas Fort Wayne IN Allen
Noggle Jeff Fort Wayne IN Allen
Nsamala Isabel Fort Wayne IN Allen
Osmun Heather Fort Wayne IN Allen
Ott David Fort Wayne IN Allen
Parker Clarence Fort Wayne IN Allen
Parra Tirsa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Paw Ka Hee Fort Wayne IN Allen
Pennington Lauryn Fort Wayne IN Allen
Peppas George Fort Wayne IN Allen
Perry Trampus Leo IN Allen
Petersen Justin Fort Wayne IN Allen
Phaengyavong Vongchan Fort Wayne IN Allen
Phelps Michele Fort Wayne IN Allen
Phyu Ei Fort Wayne IN Allen
Pitts Shirley Fort Wayne IN Allen
Polley Timothy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Porter Jill Fort Wayne IN Allen
Prince Kari Fort Wayne IN Allen
Pyatt Kristi Fort Wayne IN Allen
Quandt Jessica Fort Wayne IN Allen
Rauch Linda Yoder IN Allen
Redding Angela Fort Wayne IN Allen
Reid Lindsay Fort Wayne IN Allen
Reimer Karen Fort Wayne IN Allen
Rhymer Ricky Monroeville IN Allen
Rice Jordan Fort Wayne IN Allen
Richhart Gary Harlan IN Allen
Robbins Lindsay Fort Wayne IN Allen
Roeback Michael Monroeville IN Allen
Romano Miranda Fort Wayne IN Allen
Royer Valerie New Haven IN Allen
Sauers Breanna Fort Wayne IN Allen
Sauter Lisa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Schnorr Jennifer Fort Wayne IN Allen
Schott Alexandria Fort Wayne IN Allen
Schumm Randall Fort Wayne IN Allen
Screeton Martin Fort Wayne IN Allen
Sears Michele Fort Wayne IN Allen
Sexton Sarah Fort Wayne IN Allen
Shaefer David Fort Wayne IN Allen
Shank Rebecca Fort Wayne IN Allen
Shannon Alisha Fort Wayne IN Allen
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Shirey Christopher Fort Wayne IN Allen
Shuler Austin Fort Wayne IN Allen
Simon Jeffery Fort Wayne IN Allen
Simpson Jessica Yoder IN Allen
Simzisko Love Fort Wayne IN Allen
Smith Cassandra Huntertown IN Allen
Smith Tramieal Fort Wayne IN Allen
Smothermon Jason Fort Wayne IN Allen
Spillers Ashlea Fort Wayne IN Allen
Stalter Alyssa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Thieme Naomi Fort Wayne IN Allen
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Tokar Mary Huntertown IN Allen
Torrez Javier Fort Wayne IN Allen
Tran Thai Fort Wayne IN Allen
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White Kourtney Fort Wayne IN Allen
Willis Crystal Fort Wayne IN Allen
Willman Michael Fort Wayne IN Allen
Wilson Melissa Fort Wayne IN Allen
Wilson Joy Fort Wayne IN Allen
Windsor Wayne Fort Wayne IN Allen
Wingert Christopher Fort Wayne IN Allen
Winn Kalene Monroeville IN Allen
Wolff Raphael Fort Wayne IN Allen
Wood Michele Fort Wayne IN Allen
Woods Diane Fort Wayne IN Allen
Wood-Trimpe Christine Fort Wayne IN Allen
Ziegler Joshua Fort Wayne IN Allen
Zin Thet Fort Wayne IN Allen
Zuleger Matthew Huntertown IN Allen
Zumwalt Dawn Fort Wayne IN Allen
Arterburn Ariel Auburn IN De Kalb
Baird Valerie Garrett IN De Kalb
Conroy Heather Auburn IN De Kalb
Gaff Brittney Hudson IN De Kalb
Graves Barbara Spencerville IN De Kalb
Hall Joyce Waterloo IN De Kalb
Holcomb Carly Waterloo IN De Kalb
Horton William Garrett IN De Kalb
Krafft Michael Spencerville IN De Kalb
Kreidt Annette Saint Joe IN De Kalb
Mills Jeffrey Butler IN De Kalb
Parker Amber Saint Joe IN De Kalb
Patton Phillip Auburn IN De Kalb
Perkins Kimberly Hudson IN De Kalb
Schott Elizabeth Auburn IN De Kalb
Simpson Terrie Garrett IN De Kalb
Watson Christopher Auburn IN De Kalb
Watson Angelica Auburn IN De Kalb
Williams Amanda Ashley IN De Kalb
Dumpert Brian Muncie IN Delaware
Grote Sarah Muncie IN Delaware
Folker Ryan Goshen IN Elkhart
Johnson Joseph Syracuse IN Elkhart
Villegas Clarissa Goshen IN Elkhart
Gruber Amy Marion IN Grant
Keifer Philip Marion IN Grant
King Mark Middletown IN Henry
Anderson Matthew Huntington IN Huntington
Brandenburg Casey Huntington IN Huntington
Emley Erica Huntington IN Huntington
Goergen Randall Markle IN Huntington
Jones Hal Huntington IN Huntington
Minnick Shaunna Huntington IN Huntington
Oswalt Heather Huntington IN Huntington
Schnepp Andrea Huntington IN Huntington
Schnepp Melissa Huntington IN Huntington
Scott Tamara Huntington IN Huntington
Shockley Kristine Huntington IN Huntington
Spencer Christy Huntington IN Huntington
Wine Julia Huntington IN Huntington
Zahm-Gordon Christine Andrews IN Huntington
Moles Russell Redkey IN Jay
Taylor Amanda Wolcottville IN Lagrange
Smith Jon Plymouth IN Marshall
Lehman Kirk Celina OH Mercer
Hall Andrew Peru IN Miami
Blessing Deborah Churubusco IN Noble
Brandgard Carie Kendallville IN Noble
Carunchia Crystal Kendallville IN Noble
Gray Katherine Kendallville IN Noble
Handshoe Chantelle Laotto IN Noble
Johnson Amber Churubusco IN Noble
Larrison Abigail Avilla IN Noble
McClelland Resendiz April Ligonier IN Noble
Mendenhall Matthew Kendallville IN Noble
Neal Crystal Laotto IN Noble
Ritchie Whitney Albion IN Noble
Rohlfing Heather Avilla IN Noble
Sells Katherine Kendallville IN Noble
Taner Matthew Kendallville IN Noble
Thacker Katrina Kendallville IN Noble
Wesson Emily Albion IN Noble
Winebrenner Marchie Kendallville IN Noble
Hickok Cynthia Antwerp OH Paulding
McDougle Brandon Paulding OH Paulding
Shook Paige Antwerp OH Paulding
Short Rebecca Payne OH Paulding
Singleton Debra Sturgis MI Saint Joseph
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Griffiths Jeana Angola IN Steuben
Lingo Charlene Hamilton IN Steuben
McClure Kendra Orland IN Steuben
Renfrow Leola Angola IN Steuben
Smith Amanda Hudson IN Steuben
VanBuskirk Amanda Fremont IN Steuben
Fralick Clair Convoy OH Van Wert
Burns Lisa Wabash IN Wabash
Adams Ashley Poneto IN Wells
Brown Megan Bluffton IN Wells
Durr Jacob Bluffton IN Wells
Lopez Marissa Ossian IN Wells
Neuenschwander Kristy Bluffton IN Wells
Neuenschwander Cody Bluffton IN Wells
Pearson Raven Ossian IN Wells
Scott Tina Bluffton IN Wells
Blaine Donnie Columbia City IN Whitley
Davis Alyssa Churubusco IN Whitley
Franklin James Churubusco IN Whitley
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Graves Abby Columbia City IN Whitley
Hiss Anna Columbia City IN Whitley
Hurt Jacey Fort Wayne IN Whitley
Kennedy Jordan Columbia City IN Whitley
Krider Corinna Columbia City IN Whitley
Leazier April Churubusco IN Whitley
Pott Debra Churubusco IN Whitley
Reed Annette Columbia City IN Whitley
Reed Annette Columbia City IN Whitley
Rhoades Molly Columbia City IN Whitley
Schane Eliza Columbia City IN Whitley
Shull Tamara Columbia City IN Whitley
Timms Myla Columbia City IN Whitley
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