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UGraduates: UNCG, Scranton, Norwich, Lenoir-Rhyne

UNC-Greensboro grads
The following area students are May 16 graduates of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro:
Kannapolis: Ashley S. Archie, bachelor of science; Oluwabunmi A. Sesay, master of science.
Lexington: Clinton P . Aley, bachelor of arts; Fazir J. Ali, bachelor of science; Michael C. Birau, bachelor of science; Jessica K. Brown, bachelor of arts; Alisha M. Bunn, bachelor of science in nursing, summa cum laude; Brandy H. Conrad, master of science in nursing; Allison L. Davis, bachelor of science in nursing, cum laude; Whitney E. Douglas, bachelor of science, cum laude; Stephanie N. Haley, bachelor of science in nursing; Jenny M. Hartley, bachelor of science, cum laude; Doris V. Lemmons, bachelor of science; Anna L. Lohr, bachelor of science; Sokcheata Lom, bachelor of science; Steven B. Lookabill, bachelor of science; Michael T. Madren, bachelor of science, cum laude; Scott A. McCullough, bachelor of science; Rachel E. Simpson, bachelor of science in nursing; Jason C. Slate, bachelor of arts; Tammy L. Transou, bachelor of science, summa cum laude; Kristi M. Weaver, bachelor of arts; Monyca Yim, bachelor of science in nursing; Jason A. Zanni, master of education; Pamela A. Zanni, master of education.
Mocksville: Rebecca D. Boger, bachelor of arts, cum laude; Ashley L. Boswell, bachelor of arts; Melissa A. Carter, bachelor of arts; Sara A. Hamilton, bachelor of science, Jennifer E. Horton, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude; Megan L. Jordan, bachelor of science, cum laude; Kelsey D. Lutz, bachelor of fine arts; Patricia T. Millner, bachelor of science in nursing; Sarah M. Stein, master’s degree.
Mooresville: Cathryn M. Ayers, bachelor of science in nursing; Ashley E. Banister, bachelor of science; Alison N. Duckett, bachelor of arts; Katharine E. Loner, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude; Elyse S. Mullis, bachelor of arts; Lindsay B. Parker, master of arts.
China Grove: Judith M. Beaver, bachelor of science, cum laude.
Mount Ulla: Sarah E. Sanders, bachelor of arts, cum laude.
Rockwell: Rachel Mills, master of science; Jason A. Shaver, bachelor of science, cum laude.
Salisbury: Stephanie C. Butner, bachelor of science; Timothy W. Cook, bachelor of music, magna cum laude; Kelly A. Foley, bachelor of science; Jared R. Matthews, bachelor of arts, Enid M. Rodriguez, bachelor of science; Yana Romanova, bachelor of arts, bachelor of music, summa cum laude; Alicia S. Sechrist, master of science in nursing; Gwynne W. Shoaf, master of education; Alanna K. Stockford, bachelor of arts; John E. Taylor, bachelor of science; Andrew Thayil, bachelor of science; Emily B. Wallace, bachelor of science in nursing, cum laude; Amy M. Weatherman, bachelor of arts.
Spencer: Natalie B. Wittich, bachelor of arts.
Albemarle: Meghan G. Dunham, bachelor of arts, bachelor of music, summa cum launde; Virginia K. Smith, bachelor of science, magna cum laude.
New London: Danielle M. Buchanan, bachelor of science; Michael C. Williamson, bachelor of science.
Richfield: Margaretanne M. Moose, bachelor of arts.
Scranton graduates
Two area residents are May 24 graduates of the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.
Both Pamela L. Mesimer of China Grove and Peggy D. Nuckolls of Mocksville received master of science degrees in educational administration.
Norwich graduate
Billy Wayne Lyerly of Salisbury is a May 11 graduate of Norwich University in Northfield, Vt. He received a degree in electrical engineering.
Lenoir-Rhyne grads
Eight area students were among the 289 who graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory during May commencement exercises. They are:
China Grove: Jennifer Michelle Measmer, bachelor of science in human occupational studies.
Lexington: Ted Mark Dorton, bachelor of arts in accounting, and Jessica Marie Reed, bachelor of music in music education.
Mooresville: Brittany Paige Hobbs, bachelor of arts in human and community service/ psychology/sociology; Brady Rebecca Horne, bachelor of science in athletic training; and Sara Elizabeth Lambert, bachelor of arts in elementary education.
Rockwell: Jade Alexander Love, bachelor of arts in , communication/English education/middle grades education.
Salisbury: Sara Frances Beaver, bachelor of science in biology.

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