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Graduates

ECU graduates
The following students are 2011 graduates of East Carolina University:
Salisbury
Dyana Amar, Bachelor of Science
William Browning, MS in Accounting
Lindsay Eagle, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Ashley Edgell, Bachelor of Science
Diane Gridley, Summa Cum Laude, BS in Business Administration
Julia Leonard, Bachelor of Arts
Joseph Smith, BS in Business Administration
Tremayne Smith, Bachelor of Music
Heidi Pattison, Certificate
Elizabeth Wright, Master of Arts in Education
Cleveland
Nadia Herion, Bachelor of Social Work
Jordan Kinser, Bachelor of Arts
China Grove
Emily King, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Hillary Vanhoy, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Rockwell
Kandis McGinnis, Bachelor of Science
Kannapolis
Christopher Velazquez, Bachelor of Science
Javis Hearne, Bachelor of Science
Ashley Robinson, Bachelor of Science
Ashley Robinson, Certificate
Mooresville
Gregory Bittner, MS in Accounting
Steven Fulton, BS in Business Administration
Michael Galobardi, Bachelor of Arts
Kevin Hattingh, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science
Whitney McCall, Bachelor of Science
Samuel Millard, Bachelor of Science
Meredith Miller, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science
Ashley Moore, Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Rachel Steeb, Summa Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Courtney Taylor, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Nicole Winecoff, Master of Science in Nursing
Lexington
Aaron Brenner, Bachelor of Science
Kayce Clodfelter, Bachelor of Science
Megan Compton, Master of Business Admin.
Megan Compton, Certificate
Delanshia Hamilton, Bachelor of Science
Patrick Jones, Bachelor of Science
Thomas Hill, Bachelor of Science
Courtney McMillian, Bachelor of Science
Maria Photopoulos, Master of Arts in Education
Linzy Shoaf, Master of Science
Rebecca Smith, Bachelor of Science
Kelby Tollie, Bachelor of Social Work
Mocksville
Erica Maine, Bachelor of Arts
Faith
Nicholas Bost, MS in Accounting
UNC Greensborograduates
The following students are 2011 graduates of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
China Grove
Holly Denise Benson, Bachelor of Science
Jennifer Grace Deal, Bachelor of Science
Olivia Monique Pettigrew, Bachelor of Arts
Heather Michelle Swift, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Landis
Shekeia Arnae’ Washington, Master of Social Work
Rockwell
Shawna Renee Coker, Master of Science in Nursing
Jill Marie Rogers, Master of Education
Kristina Erin Stout, Bachelor of Science
Salisbury
Ryan James Carlin, Bachelor of Arts
John Joseph Manabu Demitraszek III, Bachelor of Science
Sperethoula Feredinos, Bachelor of Arts
Barry Vonzell Hawkins Jr., Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Hannah Margaret Johnson, Bachelor of Science
Heather Lynne Link, Bachelor of Science
Felecia LaTrelle McCain-Titus, Master of Science
Lora Ann Naylor, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Michael Alexander Ross, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Kellie Cecile Sharpe, Bachelor of Science
Courtney Blaine Simmons, Bachelor of Science
Marisa Leetice Weakfall, Bachelor of Arts
Chris Shannon Laxton, Bachelor of Arts
Kannapolis
Laura Margaret Baker, Masters
Nidia Anabella Bowrey, Bachelor of Science
Tara Nicole Butler, Bachelor of Science
Valentyna Filimonova, Bachelor of Arts
Jessica Leigh Stone, Masters
Lexington
Adam Stuart Frank, Bachelor of Arts
Carol Sensabaugh Gouge, Masters
Carrie Leigh Haigler, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Alexandra Lee Heffner, Bachelor of Arts
Brittany Elizabeth Horton, Bachelor of Arts
Catherine Suzanne Jones, Bachelor of Science
Khan Sanee Khun, Bachelor of Science
Holly E. Landreth, Bachelor of Science
Angela Michelle Mahala, Bachelor of Science
Kayla Christine Newman, Master of Social Work
Cheryl Lynn Newsome, Bachelor of Science
Tina Rogers Schofield, Bachelor of Science
Kaylian Hope Surratt, Bchelor of Arts
Alyssa Elaine Thrower, Bachelor of Science
Meagan Peddle Widener, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Linwood
Jennifer Nicole Blake, Bachelor of Arts
Mocksville
Laura Whitener Bradey, Master of Arts
Kara Elizabeth Bruce, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science
Meghan Rebecca Dyson, Bachelor of Science
Christopher James Foote, Bachelor of Science
Katherine Hawes, Master of Science in Nursing
Rebecca Summer Lucas, Master of Science in Nursing
Heather Louise Maconochie, Master of Education
Charles Albert Metts III, Bachelor of Arts
Francisco Arturo Pereira, Bachelor of Science
Charlotte Kathryn Smith, Bachelor of Arts
Brooklee Noelle Want, Bachelor of Arts
Mooresville
Kayleigh Ann Buckingham, Bachelor of Science
Amy Lynn Bucknum, Bachelor of Arts
Kiersten Nicole Holden, Bachelors
Carolynn Josie McKinney, Bachelor of Science
Samantha Anne Sweet, Bachelor of Science
UNCP springgraduates
PEMBROKE ó The following graduates of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke received diplomas on May 6-7:
Kannapolis ó Courtney Simone Collins, criminal justice; Joshua Aaron Posey, mass communication.
Mocksville ó Aaron J. Hollifield, middle grades education.
Mooresville ó Bethany Morgan Belk, business administration.
Salisbury ó Kimberly Lynn Brassard, chemistry.
Salisbury Academy eighth-gradegraduation
On June 8, Salisbury Academy graduated the class of 2011.
Graduates of the Salisbury Academy eight grade class of 2011 are: Michael Anderson, Coleman Bergsma, Luke Combs, Chris Distin, Asa Hollingsworth, Ann Rollins Johnson, Jinesh Patel, Watson Pitner, Katie Queen, Casey Roswarski, Isabella Rusher, Gabe Steinman, Alexandra Warren, Elle Wimmer and Marshall Wood.
Diane Fisher welcomed guests and recognized two teachers for their years of service during graduation exercises. Sandy Jordan was recognized for her 15 years of service as the teacher of junior kindergarten, and Jan Ketner was recognized for her 10 years of service as kindergarten teacher.
As part of the graduation ceremonies, the eighth grade class presented their contribution of artwork to the Salisbury Academy Collection of N.C. Artists, sponsored by Bob Timberlake.
Speeches were presented by Valedictorian Isabella Rusher and co-Salutatorians Coleman Bergsma and Gabe Steinman of the class of 2011.
Other speakers at the graduation ceremonies were Greg Alcorn, chair of the Salisbury Academy Board of Trustees, and Heather Coulter, Head of the Middle School.
Seventh-grade students and their families hosted graduates and their guests at a reception immediately after the ceremonies.
Seventh-grade students also served as the junior marshals.

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