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Education – graduates

Theology graduates
The following local students received degrees during Feb. 17 commencement exercises at Christian Life School of Theology on the campus of Salisbury Christian Fellowship.
Doctor of ministry: Carolyn C. Freeman, summa cum laude, and Jimmy Lee Duncan, magna cum laude.
Master of sacred studies: Terry L. Cassell and Becki J. Vess.
Master of theology: Henry C. Diggs and Wallace C. Gaither Jr.
Bachelor of theology: Jeri Beck and Jeremy M. Vess.
Associate of theology: Betty G. Clark, Kelly E. Godwin, Tammy H. James, Robert H. Mooney, Sandra R. Nannie and Kristy K. Ridenhour.
Diploma of theology: Nancy B. McClanahan and Betty G. Clark.
Certificates of lay counseling: Dan Cassell, Linda Coplin, Kelly Godwin, Tracy Klucina, Sandra Nannie, Dale Smart, Elaine Smart, Janie Stoner and Gary Tresidder.
UNC-Charlotte grads
The following local students are December graduates of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte:
Mooresville: Erika Archer, Richard Carver, Jeremy Compton, Taraleigh Franco, Amy Hurt, Hayley Johnson, Summer Johnson, Amanda Pack, Denise Porcello, Aaron Rogers, Steven Roose, Guy Rose, Charles Sawyer, Eric Schiefen, Kaleigh Shidler, Michael Stevenson, Shannon Stritch, Sarah Webb, Andrea Williams.
Lexington: Ryan Gentle, Kimberly Hunter, Jacob Mock, Ashley Rudzinski, Michael Rummage, Clifford Swain.
Kannapolis: Robert Bliven, Angelo DelliSanti, Deborah DePompa, Charwin Diggs, Katharine Drake, Sara Funderburk, Julie Hanson, Ioulia Martelis, Ruchik Mehta, Casey Pless, William Rice, Ashley Rich, Richard Shuster, Amie Sparnell, Jill Staton, Kristin Waffle, Stephanie Wallace.
Salisbury: Angela Beck, Abigail Hall, Mark Simmons, Rebecca Stamp, Mark Taylor.
Granite Quarry: Spencer Steedley.
Gold Hill: Sara Trexler, Christopher Young.
Linwood: Karen Harman, Erika Walser.
China Grove: Michael Anderson, Sara Bethea, Chelsea Childers, Jennifer Freeze, John Hartsell, Norma Honeycutt, Randy Hunter, Carmen Lentz, Emily Overcash.
Landis: Helen Clay, Mark Ford.
Cleveland: Jonathan Bobbitt.
Mocksville: Brittney Crotts.
Cooleemee: Melinda Osborne.
Rockwell: William Couch, Maria Gilmore, Stephanie Morgan.
UNCG graduates
The following area students completed degree requirements during the fall semester at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro:
Kannapolis: Christine Jalynski and Kim Sexton-Lewter.
Lexington: Quentonya Baity, Abby Batten, Scott Bauer, Bethany Biesecker, Janette Brock, Valerie Feezor, Kristina Foard, Robin Geisel, Jessica Holliday, Lori Hooker, Maren Londahl-Smidt, John Mikita, Brian Walker and Brian Watson.
Linwood: Jennifer Ethridge.
Mooresville: Kristina Thoennes.
Faith: Amanda Morgan.
Salisbury: Tisa Ashley, Clara Marts and Douglas Stanley.
Albemarle: Amy Barnett and Sandra Carter.
Badin: Rikki Kilgore.
Richfield: Jed Brooks.

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