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Cabarrus College of Health Science awards degrees to area students

CONCORD — Cabarrus College of Health Sciences held its recognition ceremony on Dec. 18 at NorthEast Medical Center’s Hamrick Theatre. Chancellor Anita Brown delivered the keynote address during this event to honor students completing degrees at the close of the fall semester.

Students receiving an associate of science in nursing degree included: Christel Andresen, Raleigh; Carissa Suzanne Blair Anjard, Concord; Holly Telina Parker Beachum, Norwood; Teresa Renee Collins, Concord; Megan Elizabeth Davis, New London; Cherelle Renae Horton Eddleman, Concord; Lindsay Lewis Foley, Albemarle; Colleen M. French, Rockwell; Alaina Nanette Furr, Concord; Cathy Dane Granberry, Salisbury; Chelsea Nicole Hannabach, Concord; Christy Thompson Hargett, Concord; Julie Anne Holder, Concord; Janet Lea Snider James, Locust; Robert Ira James, Locust; Melissa Anne Kobylarz, Concord; Danielle Shuping Krack, Rockwell; Dorine Trond Kronk, Concord; Ann Elizabeth Landry, Concord; John Brady Melvin, Kannapolis; Stacy Marie Mullins, Mount Pleasant; Tracy Lynn Murph, Cleveland; Erica Louise Nadeau, Concord; Kimberly Carroll Page, Concord; Elaine Marie Placino, Concord; Keisha Newsome Poplin, Kannapolis; Cela Ann Green Porter, Concord; Kristen Denise Runge, Huntersville; Kelly Bryan Scercy, Mooresville; Tammie Michelle Shavers, Concord; Jessie Nicole Smith, Mooresville; Tamara Michelle Gieck Talbot, Concord; Katherine Himes Taylor, Cleveland; Ruthie Beaver Welch, China Grove; and Laura Ashley Yoe, Granite Quarry.

Receiving an associate degree in medical assistant was Angela Michelle Mesimer, Kannapolis.

Receiving an associate degree in surgical technology was Laurie Ailene Beam Waters, Concord.

Receiving a bachelor of science in nursing degree was Betty Walker Davis, Norwood; Michelle Denise Illing, Cornelius; Morgan Cline Morrison, Midland; Diana Elizabeth Sanders, China Grove; and Molly Johnson Wisehart, Concord.

Receiving a bachelor of science in health services management was Paula J. Ernst, Concord.

For more information about the Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, please go to www.cabarruscollege.edu.

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