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Two area students graduated from Drake University at the conclusion of the 2011 spring semester. They are: Crystal Seko of La Harpe, who earned a doctor of pharmacy degree; and Daniele Glas of Quincy, who earned a doctor of pharmacy degree.

 

Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg has announced the names of the students who graduated from the college at the end of the 2011 spring semester and pre-summer session. Local residents receiving degrees and certificates are:

Donald Gee, Hamilton, associate in arts; Joshua Parker, Nauvoo, associate in arts; Katherine Youngmeyer, Carthage, associate in science; Justin Sharp, Quincy, associate in science; Diana Morris, Carthage, associate in applied science, accounting; Brenda Neff, Carthage, associate in applied science, administrative office professional; Janette Norris, LaHarpe, associate in applied science, administrative office professional; Christopher Hutson, Niota, associate in applied science, biomedical electronics technology; Lisa Gann, Carthage, associate in applied science, child development; Teresa Biddenstadt, Hamilton, associate in applied science, criminal justice; Michelle Wells, Augusta, associate in applied science, administrative dental hygiene; Diana Dale, Ferris, associate in applied science, graphic design professional; Dylan Sherman, Carthage, associate in applied science, information technology network specialist; Connie Bevier, Niota, associate in applied science, office administration-legal administration assistant; Lisa Dooley, Carthage, associate in applied science, office administration-medical administration assistant; Robin Black, Hamilton, associate in applied science, office administration-medical administration assistant; Michael Reynolds, LaHarpe, associate in applied science, precision machine tech; Janice Smith, Bowen, certificate in administrative office assistant; Brenda Turner, Carthage, certificate in administrative office assistant; Ronald Aanenson, Carthage, certificate, automotive technology; Michael Reynolds, LaHarpe, certificate, CNC programmer, CNC operator, Mastercam programmer and precision machine technology; Brenda Palmer, Carthage, certificate, human services assistant; Angela Toops, Alexandria, Mo., certificate, medical administrative specialist; Gretchen Cole, Bowen, certificate, medical administrative specialist; Judy Marmion, Carthage, certificate, medical administrative specialist; Micki Graham, Bowen, certificate, medical assisting; Ladeana Kelly, Carthage, certificate, practical nursing; Jennifer Shipman, Dallas City, certificate, practical nursing; Tiffany Smith, Elvaston, certificate, practical nursing; Megan Worley, LaHarpe, certificate, practical nursing; Ashley Steele, Plymouth, certificate, practical nursing; and Christina Wilson, Warsaw certificate, practical nursing.

 

Several area students graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis., on May 22. They are: Jennifer Mays, bachelor of science, marketing; Mary Meckes, bachelor of arts, psychology; Sullivan Oakley, bachelor of arts, writing intensive English; and Ryan Wellman, bachelor of science, computer engineering.

 

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