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Ellen Roth

Ellie, it's been an honor to witness you grow from sophomore to graduating senior. You take up every project with virtue and diligence. Godspeed! —Lilly Bermúdez


Ellie, watching you lead on campus amazed me. Your heart was truly for the people of our school. When we connected on campus, I admired your humility and grace. I also am so blessed to know a bit about your faith life that lifts you to do these great things. Thank you for blessing me and all you encountered. —Elizabeth Horton-Ware

Nugget,

I am so proud of you. From the moment I saw you at Stars 101 your senior year of high school, I was excited to get to know you better than I already did. Then you became an Alpha Chi which led you to becoming my Nugget. You are exceptional in every form of the word. Everything you do is done with the utmost care and attention. Every organization you have had a hand in—and WOW there are many!—has benefited from your passion, expertise, and energy. You exemplify love and loyalty to not only your sisters, but to all those who are lucky enough to make your acquaintance.

Here's to more road trips (no more stomach bugs please), queso, walks at the lake, and all the other wonderful experiences we have shared in our “Nugget and G” time. Let’s have a lot more of that. Wherever you end up and whatever you decide to do, I know you will succeed.

In the words of our dear John Wesley, “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.” I love you more than words can say, and I couldn't be prouder of you if you were my own kid.

LITB,
G (Monica Hiller)

Congratulations, Ellie! Remember, as Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you are right.” Keep reaching for the stars! —Russ Tallchief

Ellie, It has been an absolute joy watching you learn and grow from the time you were in my small group at CYME in the summer of 2014. I will always cherish the time we spent together bonding as Alpha Chi sisters and Meinders students. You are the definition of a Real, Strong Woman and I cannot wait to see where life takes you. Congratulations on your graduation!

Best wishes,
Sarah Kelly

Congrats on your graduation, Ellie! I've loved watching your leadership evolve through your time in AXO and Panhellenic, especially watching you stay calm when life threw you a curveball (adventures coming home from Leadership Academy?). I can't wait to see where your adventures take you next! Loyally, Krystal Murer

Ellie, you have a tenacious and fighting spirit! Go out and change the world. I am so proud of you!

—Levi Harrel