Jacksonville University Spring Graduates

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Jacksonville University Spring Graduates


BACHELOR OF ARTS

Sabrina A. Abid Dimitri R. Albert Rebekah Austin Christopher W. Baker David R. Blaut Radostina L. Boyadjieva Solweig M. Carranza William B. Catto Carolyn M. Clark Nathaniel M. DeFalco

Justin P. Drapeau Quan M. Duong Chasten M. Etzler William D. Ezell Aroha Fanning KeriAnn Fleming Cheryl L. Foss Kelly A. Galloway Blayne D. Gelbman Karen E. Goodall-Moody Ronald U. Groflin Ivin J. Gunder Rachael L. Harbert Kelly R. Hickam Steven J. Jeantet Mark J. Jesionowski Elizabeth H. Johnson Melvin B. Jones Shereese L. Jones Nicole C. Kelleher Andrew W. Kellner Sara B. Keough Matthew J. Kirk John-Ryan Leahy Marianna Leyzerzon Elizabeth A. Lindstrom Elizabeth S. Ling Mary A. Loznicka Richard S. Mangel Anna-Christine Marino Susan M. Masucci Sheila McCarty Theresa Ann Milligan Ryan T. Mollica Israel Morales Kelli D. Mortimer Alexandro Pelaez Alexa A. Perryman Jaime J. Pyka Julie A. Retzer Kimberly A. Rogers Julia Samms Lindsay E. Schriever Amber Segal John W. Sheehan Derek M. Shults Nathanael A. Stewart Caave K. Stoutt Susan R. Strange James C. Taylor Melissa Y. Thrasher Sara B. Trimble Petr T. Valek William J. Walls John T. Webber Ricki L. Whipple

George E. Wise Ahmed M. Zahid BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS

Dave A. Ade Jessica L. Andes Jenna R. Bischel William J. Bland

Vartan D. Bonjukian Shawn D. Buchanan Jeffrey W. Carnevale Jami R. Cascio William N. Cleckler Christian F. Clover Terelton J. Conwell Mary L. Coursey Jose G. Duarte Garnet D. Duchaussee

Quan M. Duong Brenda J. Durso Stephen A. Folds Carolyn A. Fortuna Dana M. Gallen Gayle E. Gordon Carole A. Holmes David J. Innocenti Devon R. Jacques Keely C. Kenney Megan K. Kenny Marliss A. Ladson Johnese E. Lennon Loryn J. Marino Sloane Molot James M. Newman Naomi J. Roell Maria Zakhary

BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES

Veronica L. Anderson Gigi Angyalfy Jane Argo Romeo Peggy A. Barber Denise L. Blumberg Charles W. Boggs Frank E. Camarata Rosalind S. Campbell Vernon H. Catron Carolyn A. Cherry Sharon G. Copeland Karen A. Cruff Darlene Day Eric Durden Paul R. Fillion Heather Fontenot Mark Fowler Michael T. Goins Heather R. Goodman John Richard Grantham Clayton B. Green John A. Hampton Scott E. Hervey Shirley T. Holmes Corinne K. Housley

John P. Hufham Kelly Ide Josephine A. Jennings Jack Keith Jones John R. Justice Laura L. Keith Peggy B. Klein Gary Laird Carmelita Lawrence Sharon S. Lennon Lynn S. McCrosky Dianne H. McElcannon Sandra Jeanne McNerney Lanette S. Merkt Monica Gaw Moore William J. Moredock Roxanne M. Morgan Barry D. Muffley George M. Netting Roger K. Noll Max D. Olguin Leonard A. O'Neill Connie Padgett Richard K. Powell Beth B. Pruett Wesley Purcell Patricia Rodgers Bernard J. Sanders Mary S. Savage Susan L. Scheiding Marion J. Scott Bennie M. Seth

DeAnna Shane Tammy M. Sims Marcellus Sinclair Jacqueline E. Solomon George W. Stanley Robert D. Strickland Michael A. Valenti Mark R. Vincent Samantha Webb Sheila Johnniemae Webb Cheryl Wells Bruce A. Wilson Carrie K. Windell Monica Wing James S. Winter M. Kevin Woodall Pamela S. Zak Bachelor of Music

Tonia L. Passwater

BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION

Kristopher P. Beckstrom Michael B. Summers Jennifer L. Watkins Bachelor of Science Meredith N. Aaron Liza C. Adams Marshall A. …

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