Bloss, Neuman named Marion valedictorians

May 9, 2019

By John Raffel
Correspondent

Marion High School has announced its co-valedictorians and saluatorian.
School officials have provided the following information on each student.

Trinity Bloss
Co-Valedictorian

Trinity Bloss is the daughter of Tanya Murdick and Daniel Bloss and is the co-valedictorian for the graduating class of 2019. Trinity is graduating with highest honors, earning a career grade point averages of a 4.0.

She is the president of the National Honor Society. She has also been a member of the Marion Peer Advisory Council of Teens, the sideline cheer team and has spent time volunteering at blood drives and Breakfast with Santa. Trinity attributes her high school success to knowing that she wants more in life and to be successful in achieving those goals, she would have to give it everything she has. Throughout high school, she has made many memories.

Among some of her favorite are the Friday night lights, winning Homecoming Court with her best friend, and creating lasting friendships. Her advice to the underclassmen is, “Don’t procrastinate because you will have to do it anyways, and whatever you do, make sure it makes you happy because happiness is key.”

In the fall Trinity will attend Central Michigan University to major in psychology.

Tyler Neuman
Co-Valedictorian

Tyler Neuman is the son of Gregory and Lisa Neuman and is the co-valedictorian of the graduating class of 2019. Tyler is a member of the National Honors Society and an executive board member of the Marion Peer Advisory Council of Teens for four years. Throughout high school, he has also been actively involved in football and baseball. His favorite high school memories are the lunch table conversations.

Tyler attributes his success to his parents. He says, “They have supported me in everything I’ve done throughout my life.” His advice for underclassmen is, “Learn to balance your school life and social life, and take care of yourself.” In the fall, Tyler will attend Saginaw Valley State University to study biology.

Jonathan Stahl
Salutatorian

Jonathan Stahl is the son of Jeff and Shana Stahl and is the salutatorian of the class of 2019. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the Marion Peer Advisory Council of Teens, and the Osceola Youth Advisory Council. He has been a member of the basketball and baseball teams, and has participated in band throughout his high school career.

Jon has also volunteered for four years at the VFW and at school. One of Jon’s favorite memories is receiving the West Michigan D League AAA Award. He attributes his success in high school to his parents, grandparents, and all of his other family and friends as well as his teachers and administration that have believed in him. His advice to underclassmen is, “Don’t procrastinate. It will be bad in the end if you do.”

In the fall, Jon plans to attend Mid Michigan College to begin the secondary education program.





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