Tuttle Named 2021 Homecoming Queen
Lee University senior marketing major Erica Tuttle was crowned this year’s Homecoming Queen during halftime of the men’s basketball game as part of Lee’s 2021 Homecoming celebrations on November 6.
Tuttle is the daughter of Jamie and Judy Jacobs Tuttle. A Cleveland native, she currently serves as the chaplain of the Greek service club Delta Zeta Tau, is a member of LeeU Worship, and a former member of Campus Choir. Tuttle was escorted by Brandon Akiona.
Akiona is the son of Nat and Sandy Akiona. He is an elementary education major with a psychology minor. He is the president of Campus Choir and serves as an interview host for Imago Dei.
Also representing the senior class was Sydney Pressley, a graphic design major from Charlotte, North Carolina. Pressley is involved with the student-run biannual magazine Vindagua, serves as a peer leader, and works as a photographer for Lee’s media services. She was escorted by Everett Apple.
Apple is the son of Andrea Apple and came to Lee from Marietta, Georgia. An intercultural studies major, Apple serves as the intern for the resident chaplain team.
Abigal Fec was another representative for the senior class. She is the daughter of Richard Fec of Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. She is a music education major with a minor in deaf studies. Fec is involved with Lee’s Residential Life and Housing team, Opera Theatre, and is a former member of Ladies of Lee. Fec was escorted by Cameron Douglas.
Douglas is a literature major with a TESOL minor. A native of Cleveland, he is the son of Darrin and Kathi Douglas. He is an officer in Sigma Tau Delta, serves as a peer leader, and worked as a summer honors resident assistant.
Rounding out the senior class representatives is Melody Franco. Franco is the daughter of Shawn and Sara Franco of Richmond, Virginia. A finance major, Franco is involved in the Kairos Scholars Honors program, Business Leadership Council, Delta Mu Delta, and is a resident assistant in Sharp Davis. She was escorted by Jeremy Stott.
Stott is a history major from McDonough, Georgia. The son of Dan and Jennifer Stott, he is a former chaplain of Medlin Hall and serves as a peer leader.
Representing the junior class was Alleigh Watson and Laura Wigdor.
Watson is a music performance major from Knoxville, Tennessee. She was escorted by Zach Pereira, a marketing major from Newark, Deleware.
Wigdor is a music education major from Louisville, Tennesse e. Marquis Bush, a psychology major with a theatre minor from Elizabethtown, Tennessee, escorted her.
Representing the sophomore class was Cleveland native Chloe Jones, escorted by fellow Cleveland native, Chase Parris.
Maria Hawley of Taylorsville, Kentucky, also represented the sophomore class. Hawley was escorted by Mitchel Cline of Alpharetta, Georgia.
The freshman class was represented by Nora Higgins of Franklin Square, New York, and Raylee Evans of Cleveland, Tennessee. Higgins was escorted by Joey Martindale of Woodstock, Georgia, and Evans was escorted by William Ta of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.