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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Pitt-Bradford to Honor 93 Graduates

Ninety-three students expected to graduate from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford this month will be recognized with a reception on Sunday, Dec. 9.

Students will be honored with an informal event beginning at 2:30 p.m. in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons.

Dr. Steven Hardin, dean of academic affairs, and Dr. K. James Evans, dean of student affairs, will speak. Refreshments will be served afterward.

Those expected to graduate with an associate degree are Angela Patricia Hajnos, a liberal studies major from Kane; petroleum technology majors Jake David Elwell of Olean, N.Y., Deng Mangon Aguek Deng of Pittsburgh, Ronald W. Feldbauer Jr. of St. Marys, Matthew H. Wingard of Bradford, Heidi June LaChine of Smethport and Casey James Moyer of Warren; Colin J. Martinez, an engineering science major from Pittsburgh; and Harold Carr, an engineering science and petroleum technology major from St. Marys.

Those expected to graduate with a bachelor’s degree are, from Bradford, Olivia Margaret Austin and Meredith L. Piganelli, both criminal justice majors; Samuel Grae Fleishman Williamson, an English major; Andrew Michael Cauley, an English and writing major; Laurie A. Brown, an environmental studies major; Benjamin John Walter, a history-political science major; Meagan C. Little and Amanda Danyelle Perkins, both sociology majors; Mandy J. Colosimo, a writing major; Breann Elizabeth Lyons, an accounting and business management major; Steven Trumbull, a computer information systems and technology major; Shilah L. Hasseck, an elementary education major; Danielle M. Wescoat, a psychology major; Ashley L. Mollander, a radiological science major; and Megan L. Truman, a sports medicine major.

Other students from McKean County expected to graduate are Maria E. Olsen, a sociology major from Derrick City; Amanda M. Davis, a health and physical education major from Crosby; Brenda J. Brown, an elementary education major, and Nathan Booth, a sport and recreation management major, both from Eldred; Brittany Ruth Gorrell, a social studies 7-12 and history-political science major from Gifford; Sheila M. Lorenzo, an elementary education major from Kane; Nichole Lynn Krietemeyer, an elementary education major from Mount Jewett; Shannell Renee Simms, a sports medicine major from Port Allegany; and Colby J. Austin, an elementary education major, and Kevin Shunk, a health and physical education major, both from Smethport.

Students from Elk County expected to graduate are Jessica L. Penn, a social sciences major from Kersey; Angelina Fae Bush, a criminal justice major, Seth R. Cheatle, an English major, and Autumn Grace Lukaschunis, a psychology major, all from St. Marys; and Ashley N. Beers of DeYoung and Katherine M. Gerber of Ridgway, both elementary education majors.

Students from Warren County expected to graduate are Kristen N. Bertch, a criminal justice major from Clarendon; Colby Neukum, a criminal justice major, Elizabeth L. Tipton, a social studies 7-12 and history-political science major, Christopher M. Urban, an elementary education major, and Joshua Shepherd, a psychology major, all from Warren; and James Michael Cable, a biology major from Russell.

Students from Allegheny County expected to graduate are Brigit Elizabeth Kelly, an environmental studies major from Imperial; Clarice D. Rutledge, a public relations and writing major from Monroeville; Stephen Michael Hornyak Jr., a history-political science major, Samuel M. Ficorilli, a computer information systems and technology major, and Erin Fieldhouse, an elementary education major, all from Pittsburgh; Rebecca Elizabeth Zipay, a criminal justice major from South Park; and April M. Geiselman, an environmental studies major from Turtle Creek.

Other students from Pennsylvania expected to graduate are Laura C. Kemmerer, a writing major from Dublin; Angelena Faherty of Southampton and Kenneth D. Berkopec of Mars, both history-political science majors; Stephanie Makin of Colver, Tyler Hinojosa of Benton, James Richard Burns of Fairview, Matthew Minich of Reynoldsville and Ryan Hunter of Harleysville, all criminal justice majors; Micaiah Jordan Meads, a writing major from Philadelphia; Mary Jo Stuckey, a sociology major from Coudersport; Melinda M. Roach, a public relations major, and Heather Lynn Stuckey, a social sciences major, both from Roulette; Michael Brendan Ryan, a business management major from Emporium; Mark A. Saccucci, a computer information systems and technology major from Oxford;

Laramie Mealy, a chemistry major from Lucinda; Nathan M. Lytle, a business management major from Titusville; Patrick Fegan, an applied mathematics major from Harrisburg; Samuel H. Mason, a biology major from Rose Valley; Daniel W. Gribbin, a computer information systems and technology major from McKean; Danielle Zeamer, a health and physical education major from Manheim; Shane Kelly Gebert, a health and physical education major from East Greenville; Graceann Marie Chuhinka, a psychology major from Marysville; Sarah Elizabeth Monger, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Coudersport; Gabrielle Ann Stephens, a psychology major from Westfield; and Drake Curtis Anderson, a business management major from Franklin.

Students from New York state expected to graduate are Tyler Rhinehart, a broadcast communications major from Cattaraugus; Derek Allen LeBlanc, a criminal justice major from Killbuck; Katlin Marie Barrile, a broadcast communications major from Albion; Kyle Jordan Schulze, a radiological science major from Olean; Erikka Kathleen Rosplock, a health and physical education major from Elmira; Cameron McDonald, a business management and entrepreneurship major from Amherst; and Sarah Elizabeth Schultz, a radiological science major from Mount Morris.

Others expected to graduate are Nelson Yong Lin, a social sciences major from Tampa, Fla.; Chelsea V. Boyles, a public relations major from Auburndale, Fla.; Krista DiPaolo, an English and history-political science major from Buxton, Maine; Sidhu Kaur Maninder a history-political science major from Macedonia, Ohio; Nuwangi Dias, a biology major from Kanata, Ontario; and Chelsea Reynolds, an entrepreneurship major, and Zachary Carson, a hospitality management major, both from Smithburg, Md.

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