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State Reps. Bryan Spencer, Justin Hill, and Jeff Porter Announce Glory of Missouri Award Winners

State Reps. Bryan Spencer, Justin Hill, and Jeff Porter are proud to announce the winners of the Glory of Missouri Award for 2019.  

The Glory of Missouri Awards were created to recognize students who display virtuous qualities both as students and as citizens. Each student honored represents one of the virtues of good government engraved on the walls of the House Chamber. The virtues include knowledge, liberty, equality, law, justice, fraternity, education, progress, honor, truth, virtue, temperance, enterprise and charity. 

“As Missouri legislators, we are committed to government with these virtues and want to acknowledge outstanding students who exemplify them in the school as well throughout the community,” said Spencer, R-Wentzville. 

“Glory awards represent the greatest values that we Missourians hold dear,” added Hill, R-St. Charles. “They are a great way to exemplify the very best of our students.”  


2019 Glory of Missouri Winners
 

Knowledge – Jacob Mather, 11th Grade, Wright City High School

Knowledge – Nicholas Stephens, 11th Grade, Timberland High School

Knowledge – Rebecca Amann, 8th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Foristell

Liberty – Anna Russell, 11th Grade, Wright City High School

Liberty – Joshua Talluto, 12th Grade, Timberland High School

Liberty – Olivia Dahle, 12th Grade, Timberland High School

Equality – Khloe Gray, 11th Grade, Wright City High School

Equality – Cynthia Rodriquez, 12th Grade, Wright City High School

Equality – T.J Coovert, 9th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy - Warrenton

Law – Alex Stifel, 11th Grade, Wright City High School

Law – Darrell Somers, 10th Grade, Warrenton High School

Law – Michael Foran, 12th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – St. Peters

Justice – George Pezold, 12th Grade, Wright City High School

Justice – Joseph Weinhardt, 12th Grade, Timberland High School

Justice – Allie Gerard, 11th Grade, Warrenton High School

Fraternity – Markel King, 12th Grade, Timberland High School

Fraternity – Austin Neskas, 12th Grade, Timberland High School

Fraternity – Madison Janes. 12th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Troy

Education – Erin Johnson, 12th Grade, Wellsville High School

Education – Julius Amann, 6th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Foristell

Education – Sam Long, 9th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Warrenton

Progress – Connor McFadden, 12th Grade, Wright City High School

Progress – Davin Gammill, 9th Grade, Holt High School

Progress – Derek Pimmel – 12th Grade, Holt High School

Progress – James Kelly, 11th Grade, Lutheran High School – Wentzville

Honor – Cassandra Lueck, 11th Grade, Timberland High School

Honor – Kristen Broyles, 12th Grade, Wright City High School

Honor – Grant O’Leary. 12th Grade, Holt High School

Truth – Abigail Kirchner, 12th Grade, Timberland High School

Truth – Aidan O’Leary, 12th Grade, Holt High School

Truth – Gavin Jepsen, 6th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Warrenton

Virtue – Ariana Durham. 11th Grade, Wright City High School

Virtue – Kara Roden, 8th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Warrenton

Virtue – Kassidy Butterfield, 11th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Foristell

Temperance – Ethan Carter, 8th Grade, Blackhawk Middle – Warrenton

Temperance – Tre’Shane Stutts. 12th Grade, Holt High School

Temperance – Duan McRoberts, 7th Grade, Wright City High School

Enterprise – Brooke Lionberger, 11th Grade, Wellsville High School

Enterprise – Brock Eyster, 10th Grade, Timberland High School

Enterprise – Lydia Chemin, 7th Grade, Liberty Christian Academy – Warrenton

Charity – Rebecca Broder, 8th Grade, Wentzville South Middle

Charity – David Neier, 6th Grade, Daniel Boone Elementary Francis Howell

Charity – Jared Brinegar, 11th Grade, Wellsville Middletown

Charity – Hannah Van Hoffer, 12th Grade, Homeschool – Warrenton 

“These are young people who are on track to accomplish great things in life.” Added Porter, R-Montgomery. 

Nominations for each of these categories were made by teachers, community leaders, and parents.  

Spencer, Porter, and Hill are now accepting nominations for the 2020 Glory of Missouri Awards.  Individuals interested in nominating an outstanding student must provide a name, address, category, and 50 words or less regarding how the student represents their characteristic category.  Nominations should be mailed to their representative at Missouri State Capitol, 201 West Capitol Avenue, Jefferson City, Missouri, 65101 or by fax at 573-522-0463.  For additional information, please call 573-751-1460.


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(L-R) State Representatives Justin Hill, Bryan Spencer and Jeff Porter.