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Cannon School graduates 85

CONCORD – Eighty-five seniors of the class of 2016 celebrated Cannon School’s 15th Upper School Commencement on May 20 at the school’s Poplar Tent Road campus in Concord.

The commencement address was delivered by Louis J. Foreman, CEO of Enventys and of Edison Nation & Edison Nation Medical. Foreman is also the parent of graduating senior Aaron Foreman, as well as Hailey Foreman.

Davis Vaughn Nelson of Salisbury, son of Eva and Vaughn Nelson, delivered Cannon’s valedictorian address. Austin Thomas Coale of Concord, son of Melissa and Stuart Coale, and Christina Despina Stylianou of Concord, daughter of Debbie and Tony Stylianou, delivered the salutatorian addresses.

Cannon School is a private independent junior kindergarten through 12th grade college-preparatory institution. It attracts 1,000 students from Concord, Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville, Mooresville, Charlotte, the University City area, Kannapolis and Salisbury. Cannon School seeks to prepare students for the world by encouraging them to be flexible problem-solvers who can adjust to new and challenging situations.

Cannon’s class of 2016: Rebecca Akat, Jordan Anthony Battle, Grayson Elise Bell, James William Bumgarner, Kimberly Ann Byrd, Ajia Symone Caldwell, Emma Kathryn Chaiken, Willaim Robert Chaiken, Amanda Wei Cheung, Kenneth Morris Clarke, Austin Thomas Coale, Davis Stewart Combs, Michael Wynn Dacus, André Rafic Dahan, Diana Helen Dale, Sarah Elizabeth Dockery, Theresa Florentine Dornburg, Christina Athena-Eleftheria Dounis, Elizabeth Ansley Edwards, Dina Tarek Fahmey, Logan Haley Ferland, Rebecca Reed Field, Clifford W. Fiscus III, Aaron Bradley Foreman, Claire Elise Fromke, Cassidy Hamill Goff, Sydney Brooks Green, Katherine Joann Guskie, Amanda Nora Harris, Rachel Christina Harris, Jaeden Heesch, Meghan Mackenzie Hendry, Dylan Benjamin Housman, Jacob Louis Jenike, Zachary Samuel King, Tiffany Josephine Knox, Thomas Joseph Koehler, Jack Richard Krichilsky, Kendalyn Rose Kufner, Jordan Christina Lauher, Robert Blake Lewis, Margaret Ann Fisher Lindsay, Cole Owen Lippincott, George Lewis Lovett IV, Caroline Hildur Malmstrom, Ansley Nicole Martin, Erin Dana Mason, Kathryn Ramsey McClanahan, Caroline Ann McDermott, Steven Edward McDermott, Mary Kendall McReynolds, Jena Sharif Metwalli, Preston Hunt Miller, Sarah Miranda Miner, Carolyn Lane Mitlehner, Emma Grace Montgomery, Davis Vaughn Nelson, John Adam Nelson, William Andrew Newman, Brittany Nichole Nozet, Thomas Samuel Oddo, Donovan Eugene Patterson, Daniel Edward Patton, Dominic Augusto Pelucio, Corbin Bennett Pomykata, Noor Syed Qasim, David Bradson Riley II, Caroline Lindsay Schauder, William Douglas Schmitt, James Curran Sirois, Alexis Christine Sisko, Isabella Carolina Sofio, Aspen Marie Stevanovski, Hannah Michal Stewart, Maya Louise Marie Sturgies, Christina Despina Stylianou, Cameron Ryan Sutton, Grace Elaine Swink, Andrew Ryan VanWingerden, Andrew Mark Weinstock, Hannah Margaret Anderson Wheeler, Brooke Sutton Wurzburger, Ben Isaac Wyatt andLiu Xing.

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