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Catawba graduates

Catawba graduates
The following area students graduated May 10 from Catawba College:
Master of Education: Chasity Clodfelter James and Leslie Jill Hunt, Lexington; and Ella Lynne Frazier, Linwood.
Bachelor of Arts: Leslie Ann Birch, Raiza Denise Jaimes, Traci Leigh Kidd and Timothy Edward Roach, China Grove; Brett Alan Wilhelm, Cleveland; Morgan Helene Wyzisk, Gold Hill; Travis Lee Hatley, Granite Quarry; Angela Brooke Bailey (cum laude) and Ryan Gregory Dayvault (magna cum laude), Kannapolis; Elizabeth Nicole Bostian (cum laude), Natalie Dawn Charles and Laura Christine Jollay, Lexington; Jonathan Belk Kennedy (cum laude) and Joshua Williams, Mount Ulla; Justin Albert Dionne, Henry Norden Fairley IV, Stacy Suggs Frick, Hillary Elizabeth Hampton (magna cum laude), Kathleen Mae Kizer, Amanda Michelle Nantz (magna cum laude), Paul Christopher Norris (magna cum laude), Diana Bethany Ogden, Robyn Shute, Shelley Nichole Ward and Candice Nicole Weathers, Salisbury.
Bachelor of Arts in Education: Kathy Whitaker Fincher, Lisa Bunn Lentz and Glenda Turner Weaver,Kannapolis; Andrea Nicole Mayle, Landis; Debra Midgett Stanley (magna cum laude), Mocksville; Candace Turman Giles, Natasha Latrice Jackson (cum laude) and Mary Aurelia McBroom (cum laude), Salisbury.
Bachelor of Business Administration: Michelle Hatley Hopkins (cum laude), Albemarle; Jeffrey Duane Kirchbaum, China Grove; Jeffrey Wayne Bumgarner, Travis Wayne Goodman and Jeffrey Shawn Perdue, Cleveland; Joshua Mark Wagner, Faith; Deborah Goodman Hopkins (cum laude), Gold Hill; Charles Jeffrey Cauble, Granite Quarry; Parsram Earnest Gobin, Dana Renee Dixon Hood (cum laude), Michael John Martens (cum laude), Wendy Janalle Morris, Christopher Eric Reece and Teresa Ann Turner (summa cum laude), Kannapolis; Charles William Plyler (magna cum laude), Landis; Jon Edward Bain, Jared Blake Everhart, Kimberly Phelps Floyd, Lacy Ernest Kennedy Jr. (summa cum laude), Adam Thomas Papale (cum laude) and Kathy Holmes Wall, Lexington; Tessa Willprecht Brindle, Chad Sink (magna cum laude) and Drew Thomas Snider, Linwood; Jason Andrew Correll, Lori L. Earles and Shelly Brake Leazer, Mocksville; Edward Kipka Brawley, Noah Glenn Johnson, Anita Kaye McGowan (summa cum laude) and Carlin Wayne Ours Jr. (magna cum laude), Mooresville; Jessica Pinion Clinton (summa cum laude), Richfield; Karen Saye Allman (magna cum laude), Rockwell; Andrew Jacobs Ashley (magna cum laude), David Michael Beretsky (cum laude), Linda Hellena Brooks, Patrick Carman, Christin K. Coble (cum laude), James Kent Collins, Ashley Dawn DeVeau, Kweta G. Dolo, Bettina Maria Miles (summa cum laude), Christina Joy Fortune (cum laude), Joe Everett Harrell (cum laude), Kristina Poole Hill, Robert Allen Jackson Jr., Eva GeoRene Jones (magna cum laude), Charles Matthew Ketner, Brandy E. Kluttz, Linda Moore Kluttz, Melissa Dawn Kluttz, Sonya Deanne Leazer (cum laude), John Steven Lippard, Ryan Mahaley, Rhonda A. Maida, Jonathan Cooper Morehead, Tara Latrisha Neely, Taylor Lynn Osborne, Megan Elizabeth Shelton, Matthew Jordan Simmons, Shuntale Bright Smith, David Johnson Steelman, Wendy S. Thompson, Lee Thomas Walker and Lauren Frances Wicker, Salisbury: Catherine Goodman Britt, Tammy Renee Lomax (cum laude) and Charonda Michele Neely-Perry, Spencer
Bachelor of Science: Rebecca Marie Helms, China Grove; Ashley Lauren Wells, Granite Quarry; Jason McDaniel Yow, Kannapolis; Zachary Ray Reff, Mooresville; Jacqueline Ryan White, Mount Ulla; Nicholaos Kalogeromitros, Rockwell; Katie Michelle Bender (magna cum laude), Lauren Elizabeth Flynn (magna cum laude), Matthew D. Hendricks, James Tajay House, Kellie Marie Kaiser, Samuel Ross Ketner, Nathaniel David Matthews, Edward Scott Moyer Jr., Theresa Barbara Owens (cum laude), Matthew Scott Pressley, Leslie Hellard Robertson (cum laude), Stencil Petronius Robinson, Blake Hampton Scearce, Cameron Proctor Thomas and Aaron Spencer Young, Salisbury; Roger Burton Morris and Stephanie Nicole Nelson, Spencer; Adam Gregory Taylor, Woodleaf.

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