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DCCC announces 2016 graduates

Davidson County Community College announces the graduates receiving credentials during recent commencement exercises. The 2016 graduating class earned 602 associate degrees, 174 diplomas and 771 certificates, with many graduates earning more than one credential.

Area students who graduated include:

China Grove: Brandy Ashley, Taylor Madison James and Hali Kathern Phillips.

Faith: Rebecca Jane Cole.

Mocksville: Elizabeth Almazan-Ruano, Elizabeth Arroyo Encizo, Melody F. Barrows, Dameika Antoinette Braswell, David Wayne Buterbaugh, Alan Daniel Calderon, Nicholas Caldwell, Tyler McKenzie Correll, George Millard Courtney, Melissa Anne Courtney, Zachary Tyler Craver, Jocques Jerrode Dumas, Carley Diana Eddleman, Jeffrey Keith Ferguson, Truitt Matthew Fields, Samantha Gray Griffin, Michael David Grubbs, Anlly Nicole Hernandez, Thomas Hans Kopetzky, Alex Vaughn Lau, Paul Matthew Lince, Wesley Kendall Martin, Ethan Ray McCoy Kelsey Jo McDaniel, Kathryn Lynn McMillan, Tammy Lynn Mitchell, Vicky M. Moore, Francisco Manuel Moreno, Tyler Ray Nichols, Evan Tramaine Redmond, Breanna May Sandy, Matthew Wayne Scarlett, Allison Sellers, Bobbi Jean Shrewsbury, Candice Roeann Smith, Michael Smith, Marcela D. Soto, Tiffany Anne Stanton, Marisha Keaira Steele, David Yukihero Taylor, Erika Maria Villatoro, Krista Marie Webb, Corbin Mitchell West, Summer Nicole Whitaker, Noah Daniel Williams and Zachary Jacob Williams.

Mount Ulla: Rhonda Poteat McDaniel.

Salisbury: Christopher Shaun Blythe, JaDario Bush, Patrick Shawn Davis, Mary Katherine Enloe, Walker Owen Fortson, Samantha Madison Hall, Lashonda Woods Harvey, Tara Nicole Imes-Freeman, Bennie Curtis Lefler, Tyler Andrew Mahaley, Amy Sue Morgan, Travis Eric Norris, John Calvin Owen, Haley Faith Sickles, Amanda Leigh Smith, Jordan Kaylee Van Voorhis, Kenneth Duane Wilde and Benjamin Marquise Williams.

Spencer: Kevin Jeffery Aitken and Brianna Kathleen Howell.

Woodleaf: Jesse Bree Gibson, Dave Jackson, Jacob Jack Lucas and Keisha Peek Starnes.

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