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Graduates – Western Carolina University

WCU graduates
The following area students are May 2008 graduates of Western Carolina University in Cullowhee:
Cleveland: Brandon Paul Campbell, bachelor of science, construction management.
Mount Ulla: Darrin Joseph Jones, b achelor of science, construction management.
Salisbury: Natalie Michelle Haynes, bachelor of Science, business administration entrepreneurship, cum laude; Michael Christopher Alexander, bachelor of science, business administration entrepreneurship; Elizabeth Carol Leazer, bachelor of science, chemistry; Shavon Annette Neely, bachelor of science, business administration management.
Kannapolis: Kyle Ericson Baker, bachelor of science, environmental health; Tina LaDale Hooks, bachelor of science, business administration, marketing; Heidi L. Sinz, bachelor of science, chemistry.
Lexington: Christa Lynne Conner, bachelor of science, mathematics, summa cum laude; Phillip James Hernandez, master of science, human resources; Chase Tyler Lewellyn, bachelor of science, sociology; Kristy Lynn Muessen, bachelor of science, English education; Jessica Coulter Smith, bachelor of science, nursing, magna cum laude; David Alan Stossmeister, bachelor of science, public safety and security management, cum laude; Shane Michael Tussey, bachelor of science, psychology, summa cum laude.
Mocksville: Christopher Ryan Beaver, bachelor of science, hospitality and tourism management; Kyle Anthony Bruce, bachelor of arts, German, summa cum laude; Tara Denise Jones, bachelor of fine arts, art; Cassidy Steven McMahan, master of science, technology; Mindy Leigh Seamon, master of arts, teaching, comprehensive education/art.
Mooresville: Sarah Rose Barkiewicz, bachelor of science, elementary education, summa cum laude; David Clayton Bowles, bachelor of science, business administration and law; Kimberly Diane Cleveland, bachelor of science, hospitality and tourism management; Bridgette Nicole Nicholson, bachelor of science, international business; Jeffrey Hebrio Oco, bachelor of science, electrical and computer engineering technology; Shawn Matthew Randall, bachelor of science, construction management; Vera Wilson, master of science, communication science and disorders.
Albemarle: Daniel Crawford Lewis, bachelor of arts, philosophy, cum laude.

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