Jacksonville University Graduates (Spring 2006)

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Jacksonville University Graduates (Spring 2006)


COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF ARTS

Jonathan M. Bromfield

Michaelene Cadiz

Ashley Jewel Choate

Alexis Marie Clay

Aubrey Keith Conerly

Kenneth H. Cook, Jr.

Antonio LaMarr Cool

Catherine Marie Creager

Jessica M. Crider

Michael Jason Crouch

Lauren Ashley Davies

Melody Suzanne Davis

Robert Emmet Story Davis

Edward C. Davison

Teresita Maria Diaz

Stephanie Jo Farabee

Ryan Patrick Feely

Gabriel LeVee Forshee

Julie Carmen Garcia

Renee Sheena Cirene Goodwin

Thomas Mark Hannah, Jr.

Isabelle Marie Harrison

Bethany Anne Hayes

Elizabeth Bridget Healy

Jamie Hendrix

Amy A. Hodges

Elizabeth R. Huberman

LaTisha A. Jones

Jesse Lee Kimbrough III

Adrian King

David D. Lee

Anna P. Lunsford

Ashley Marie McCauley

Felicia Louise McDuffie

Katherine Nessmith

Brian Novitsky

Rebecca Ann Okie

Jennifer Lynn O'Malley

Andrew T. Peters

Jason Robert Prince

Tieshia Renee Roberts

Michael A. Rodriguez

Dustin Rees Rogers

Brandi K. Scott

David Samuel Sloan

Stacy N. Smith

Kathryn N. Stanley

Leslie Blake Sullivan

Joe Michael Van Hoose

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES

Josephine S. Birnbryer

Keshia Jenell Brinson

Harper Langston Bryan

Donald Lee Colbert

William Fuentes

Traci A. Lewis

Andrea LaShawn Lovings

Elizabeth Cabasagan MacIsaac

Michael Land McAnally

Deanna Kay Muzzy

Terri L. Noplis

Carol S. O'Dell

Phillip R. O'Dell

Mary E. Poinsette

Cecil Ritchie

Jennifer Sharp

Jeanette Aline Smith

Glenn M. Wilke

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Adam Alesbrook

Lonnie L. Appleget

Jason Michael Arnold

Gabriella Michelle Assi

Lorna Rosaline Assi

Cassandra Audena

Michael Ernst Barnes

Matthew C. Barrett

Donna T. Barton

Gordon A. Bass III

Daniel Alan Berg

Barbara M. Billups

Cory Edward Bloch

Matthew Howes Bocchino

Brian James Bradley

Brian F. Breshears

Inara Irene Breshears

Donald Brickle Jr.

Stephanie Leeann Bridges

Edward DeJuan Broome III

Chad Brown

Amanda Michell Bustos

Kelsie Carlson-Weymouth

Sabrenna C. Chambliss

Afiya N. Clarke

Andrew Scott Cribbs

Seburina L. Cull-Wynn

Casey M. Curley

Melissa Jean Davenport

Andrew Thomas Davidson

Chelsea A. Davies

Chad Kejuan Davis

Edward Davis

Joan Walker Davis

Gerrit Douwe de Boer

Marianela De Jesus

Tonya Michelle Deverger

Kyle Robert DeVries

Orlando R. Diaz

Joseph Leland Doherty

Ethan Travis Dombkowski

Erin Elizabeth Donivan

Kara N. Donnell

Jennifer R. Drzewiecki

Sean Joseph Duffey

Kyndal Marie Duggan

Carla M. Dulzaides

Chrystal Miller Durkee

Sarah Anne Eaton

Melissa L. Elbert

Sergio Fernando Escobar

Austin Carr Estabrooks

Jonathan Evan

Louis Alfred Faiella

Christopher R. Fairchild

Roy Fallon

Preciosa E. Fancony

Adam J. Fiore

Pamela L. Foster

Lindsey M. Freitag

Keiona Lynette Frenche

Elizabeth Ann Friel

Gregory S. …

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