Culver-Stockton College graduates

Posted: Jan. 4, 2013 7:17 pm Updated: Feb. 2, 2013 7:15 pm


CANTON – Twenty-seven students graduated from Culver-Stockton College in December at the end of the fall 2012 semester.

Area students completing their degree include:

Courtney Cahalan, elementary education major from Edina;

Lori Cox, business administration major from New London,

James Hines, business major from Maywood;

Anna Martin, history education from Palmyra;

Cheri Provancha, criminal justice major from Perry;

Kayla Scott, business major from Ewing;

Cory Shultz, physical education major from Rutledge;

Stevi Simmons, finance major from Canton;

Dallas Spurgeon, criminal justice from Canton;

Jessica Yagyagan, elementary education major from Palmyra

Matthew Deardorff, religion and philosophy major from Versailles, Ill.;

Tina Evans, psychology and criminal justice major from Quincy, Ill.;

Kirsten Johnston, elementary education major from Memphis, Mo.;

Samantha Unmisig, accounting and finance major from Quincy, Ill.



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