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Western Illinois University summer 2011 graduates

Posted: Aug. 28, 2011 12:32 am Updated: Jul. 15, 2014 12:15 pm

 

MACOMB, Ill. -- Nearly 490 students earned academic degrees after the 2011 summer semester at Western Illinois University. Area graduates are:

ADAMS COUNTY

Fowler -- Michele Rene Gertz, bachelor of arts, communication; Bryan Paul Mock, bachelor of business, marketing; Michael Joseph Weiman, summa cum laude, bachelor of science, exercise science.

Liberty -- Kristin M. Obert, summa cum laude, bachelor of science, exercise science.

Lima -- Jeremy Paul Boudreaux, summa cum laude, bachelor of social work, social work.

Loraine -- Kin M. Barnard, bachelor of science, law enforcement and justice administration.

Mendon -- John Walter Wietholder, master of arts, economics.

Quincy -- Cameron Dale Bohnstedt, bachelor of arts, art; Samuel B. Dancer, bachelor of science, construction management; Morgan Lynn Ewing, bachelor of arts, communication; Joshua David Greenwell, bachelor of science, exercise science; Josh Tyler Kerker, bachelor of arts, communication; Lacey Noelle Little, bachelor of business, human resource management; Elizabeth Jan Schodroski, magna cum laude, bachelor of science, exercise science; Amber L. Shultz, bachelor of arts, art; Laura C. Sorrill, bachelor of science, health services management; Cole Gerard Terwelp, bachelor of science, emergency management.

 

HANCOCK COUNTY

Augusta -- Marc Kristopher Kessler, bachelor of science, athletic training.

Carthage --Jason T. Gunning, bachelor of science, law enforcement and justice administration; Kristianna Rae Lorenz, bachelor of science, law enforcement and justice administration; Madalyn Kaye Owak, bachelor of science, exercise science; Jason Wildrick, bachelor of science, construction management.

 

PIKE COUNTY

Pittsfield -- Ashley N. Jones, bachelor of science, graphic communication; Kirk A. Speckhart, bachelor of science, hotel/restaurant management.

 

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