DuPage Collegians

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DuPage Collegians


Aurora University

DuPage collegians were among those who received degrees during commencement ceremonies at Aurora University.

Those receiving bachelor's degrees included Joseph Clancy and Randy Brunner of Hanover Park; Nancy Bartlett, Karen Linne and Daniel Wisdom, all of Carol Stream; Aaron Grossgut and Sonia Daniel, both of Naperville.

Those earning master's degrees included Brian VanDine of Carol Stream; Barry Baldwin, Kirsten Loe, Jyoti Madhavan, Donna Cavello, Berndadette Makosky, Courtney Rhoads, Carol Reibold, Jennifer Ruden, Ivonne Sistachs, Melissa St. Germain and Sharon Whelchel, all of Naperville; Linda Bauer, Anne Callanan and Melissa Schomer, all of Lisle.

Grinnell College

DuPage collegians who received bachelor's degrees at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa, include Emily B. Bogusch, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bogusch of Downers Grove; Rebecca L. Kresse, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kresse of Glen Ellyn; Jeremey M. Giltner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Giltner of Villa Park; Brigette F. Raahauge, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ney Raahauge of Wheaton; and Nathan J. Henderson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Henderson of Wheaton.

Illinois Wesleyan University

DuPage collegians received baccalaureate degrees during the 145th annual commencement held at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington.

They included Elizabeth L. Truax of Aurora; Janel Lynn Pietrandoni and Kristen M. Winkler, both of Bloomingdale; Nathan Scott Youngren and Tasha N. Popp, both of Downers Grove; Cynthia Ann Ciluffo, Kevin M. Geraldi, Robert Kirch, Amy Louise Malefyt, Timothy E. Peterson, John R. Ulrich, Michal D. Zarnecki, all of Elmhurst; Michael D. Bayani and Suzanne M. Gokey, both of Hanover Park; Dennis O. Wang of Lisle; Melody I. Takacs of Medinah; Margaret C. Bradley, Michael P. Flynn, Geoffrey S. …

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