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Graduates, RCCC, UNC-Asheville, Wake Forest

RCCC graduate
Kim Morris graduated with honors from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College May 10. She received an associate in applied science specializing in medical office administration.
A dean’s list student, Morris was a Student Government Association senator and a member of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society, the National Society of Leadership and Success and Office Pro/IAAP.
She is employed at ProBill in Salisbury.
She graduated from A.L. Brown High School in 1983 and is the daughter of Jerry Morris and Jerry and Lorraine Honeycutt, all of Salisbury. She has two children, John William and Alex Breedlove.
UNC-Asheville grads
Four area students are May 2008 graduates of the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
They are:
Salisbury: Catherine Drew Leonard, bachelor of arts in history, and Lindsay Eva Wootten, bachelor of arts in psychology, cum laude, distinction in psychology.
Mocksville: Tiffany Jo Brock, bachelor of arts in Spanish.
Mooresville: Courtney Gray Langston, bachelor of arts in political science.
Wake Forest grads
The following area students are May 19 graduates of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem:
Albemarle: Tristan Phil Salvanera, bachelor of science.
China Grove: Andrew James Smith, bachelor of arts.
Lexington: Nicholas R. Jarvis, bachelor of arts; Jason Reid Myers, bachelor of science; and Erin Kristin Weeks, master of arts in liberal studies.
Rockwell: Tiffany Marie Ingold, bachelor of science.
Salisbury: Jared Tyler Beaver, bachelor of science, and Ashley Christine Graham, bachelor of arts.

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