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CSM Celebrates 17th Winter Commencement

625 Candidates Recognized; Youngest 17, Oldest 72
CSM students assembled at the La Plata campus for the school's 17th Winter Commencement on Jan. 21.
CSM students assembled at the La Plata campus for the school's 17th Winter Commencement on Jan. 21.

LA PLATA, Md. (Jan. 26, 2016)—The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) recognized 625 candidates for degrees and certificates during its 17th Winter Commencement held Thursday, Jan. 21, at the La Plata Campus.

The college awarded 608 associate degrees and 309 certificates: 42.9 percent of the students receiving awards are from Charles County, 28 percent are from St. Mary’s County and 24.3 percent are from Calvert County while 4.8 percent are from outside of the region. Nearly one-quarter of all degree candidates for graduation earned a 3.5 grade point average or higher.

Associate degrees were awarded predominantly in the fields of general studies, arts and sciences, business administration and nursing, while general studies: transfer, criminal justice and emergency medical services-paramedic topped the list as the most popular certificates. Of the graduates, more than 60 percent are female, the oldest graduate is 72 and the youngest graduate is 17.

CSM President Dr. Brad Gottfried told family, friends and guests of graduates, “I’m inspired every time I walk into a classroom, but, especially, when I see the success of our students. What really impresses me is that I know that some of our students have come out of high school, come full time and graduate in two or three years. There are others, because of working conditions, because of family obligations, they are taking one or two classes a semester and it may take eight, nine, 10 years to complete their degrees—and that makes their success that much sweeter.”

Highlights of the ceremony included keynote remarks by The Honorable Andrea R. S. Watkins and student speaker Heather Murphy, and the presentation of a Distinguished Service Award and a Faculty Excellence Award.

Oldest Graduate

Bertha M. Cooks of White Plains, at age 72 , earned an associate degree in early childhood development.

“I have always loved working with children and although I had the experience, I did not have a degree. Now, I do and I am so happy,” Cooks said.

Cooks, one of 12 siblings growing up in Alabama, was the first in her family to graduate from high school. She began studies toward a teaching degree at Alabama A&M, but had to leave due to financial issues. “I was distraught,” Cooks said. When her family moved to Boston, she applied and was accepted at Boston University, but was again unable to attend. For 25 years, Cooks ran a daycare center and once she and her husband had put their children through college, she decided that it was her turn.

On numerous trips to visit her son at Howard University, Cooks fell in love with the D.C. area and the milder winter climate, and she moved to Southern Maryland. While a senior staff employee at a local high school, Cooks was told that she couldn’t get the teaching staff position that was available, because she didn’t have a degree.

“I welled up with emotion and decided right then, I would never allow someone to say that to me again,” she said. “I hadn’t been in school in 52 years and I was rusty in math, but with the help and patience of several instructors and a tutor I made the Dean’s List and completed the required math courses with a ‘B’.” Cooks is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for community college students.

“As an educator myself, I realize that everyone has their own style and pace for learning. Many of my CSM instructors understood that and helped me have faith in myself when I struggled. They helped me see the light at the end of the tunnel,” said Cooks. She also acknowledged her husband of 50 years who provided understanding, support and love while she pursued her degree.

Cooks plans to continue working, and playing, with children. “They have a way of keeping you young.”

Youngest Graduate

The youngest graduate is Kelly McGowan, 17, of, Charlotte Hall, who started her collegiate studies through an early college program at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia. She transferred to CSM and completed a degree in arts and sciences with honors.

CSM provided McGowan the opportunity to explore a variety of subjects, including “fun classes” such as ceramics, theater costuming and botany, and “serious classes” such as astronomy, algebra, Western civilization and literature, she said.

“CSM was a highly convenient educational institute and my professors definitely brought their ‘A-game’ to it,” said McGowan.

Following graduation, McGowan plans to work alongside her father in preparing tax returns in his accounting firm, while testing the waters of several career paths.

“After tax season is over, I’m going to see if I can try being a bank teller, a veterinarian assistant or possibly an organic grocery store associate—seeing what I might like to pursue and then working toward a bachelor’s degree in that field. I’m taking a year off to fulfill a deferred childhood staple of ‘poking at 50 million different potential careers until you find one that sticks,’” said McGowan.

Student Speaker Heather Murphy

Presenting the student address was Heather Murphy, of Prince Frederick, who earned an associate degree in general studies with honors. This fall, Murphy will be transferring to Chamberlain College of Nursing in Virginia, to pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing and has plans to earn her Doctorate Nurse Practitioner in five years. She is the president of the Student Government Association as well as a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) and Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for community college students.

“As we celebrate this success tonight, I want to ask you to consider encouraging others toward pursuing their dreams,” Murphy said to her fellow graduates. “Be an example to current students who are struggling or who lack confidence in their abilities. Share stories of how you persevered and how you didn’t let setbacks stop you.”

Keynote Speaker the Honorable Andrea R. S. Watkins

Commencement keynote speaker the Honorable Andrea R.S. Watkins, of Charles County told graduates and guests about her experiences as a student at then Charles County Community College and of the changes the college has been through since her graduation in 1981.

“The College of Southern Maryland has changed not only in name since I attended many years ago, but it has also changed in appearance and in its widening of scope and offerings to the Southern Maryland community. The one thing it has not changed in, however, is in giving each and every student an opportunity to establish an integral foundation upon which to build his or her future,” said Watkins.

For more on Watkins, visit http://news.csmd.edu/news/archive/2016/2aa08f1b7a55a280704176b666d0dd7e5cdbc06d.html

Trustees’ Distinguished Service Award

The Board of Trustees recognized Joe Shannon, a longtime resident of Southern Maryland, for his exemplary and extended service to the college. Shannon served on CSM’s Board of Trustees from 1997 to 2007, serving as vice chair from 2002-03 and chair from 2003-07. During his board service, Shannon’s accomplishments included, CSM’s transition to a regional community college, contributions to foster dialogue and programs with regard to diversity, selection of the college’s fourth president, and his generosity and philanthropic efforts in Southern Maryland.

Faculty Excellence Award Honoring Adjunct Faculty

The annual Faculty Excellence Award Honoring Adjunct Faculty was presented to Dr. Margaret Dowell from the Communications, Arts and Humanities Division.

“ Margaret Dowell is CSM’s best-kept secret. She is an instructional phenomenon with one of the most impressive records of accomplishment I’ve encountered. Three distinctions are important: her scholarship with artists suffering from drug addiction, her dedication of service to the art students of CSM and her personal artistic practice,” said Professor Andrew Wodzianski who nominated Dowell for the award.

Nursing Recognition

The 12th winter class of 37 nursing students participated in a recognition ceremony earlier in the day. Health Sciences Chair Dr. Laura Polk presented an Academic Achievement in Nursing Award to Hannah Margaret Arnold, of Lexington Park, who graduated with high honors. Christine Nicole Hurry, of Clements, received the Achievement in Nursing Award which is given to a student who has demonstrated advanced clinical competence, service and dedication to the community, leadership within and outside of the classroom, and academic excellence.

Introduction of Ceremonial Mace

The creation of the CSM mace began in the fall of 2015. The Student Government Association commissioned renowned woodworker Pat Matranga to create a mace for the college. Handcrafted from African mahogany, this custom-made mace is 48 inches long. At the head of the mace are pewter discs engraved with the official seal of the College of Southern Maryland.

The 2016 Winter Commencement marks the first time the mace has been used in an official ceremony at the college. The mace was carried by English Professor Dr. Richard Siciliano who has served the college for more than 47 years and is the most senior member of the college’s faculty. In the future, the CSM mace will be carried on all ceremonial occasions at the head of the academic procession as a symbol of the college and its mission.

For photos from commencement and the Nursing Recognition Ceremony, visit http://csmphoto.zenfolio.com/16jangrad. For information about the college, call 301-934-7765 or 301-870-2309, 240-725-5499 or 443-550-6199, Ext. 7765 or visit www.csmd.edu.

Winter Commencement Candidates for Graduation

The following students were recognized as candidates for associate’s degrees or certificates at the commencement ceremony:

Anne Arundel County

ANNAPOLIS: Tiffany M. Gruss, William Greenbury Sweeney

DAVIDSONVILLE: Kirstin Danielle Moore

DEALE: John Wilson Browning

BALTIMORE CITY: Samantha Nicole Lee, Shady Ramadan Zayet

Baltimore County

GLEN BURNIE: Khylisha Janice King, Christie Eileen Okes

OWINGS MILLS: Chaning De'Quan Burgess

Calvert County

BARSTOW: Ron Michael Wilkinson

CHESAPEAKE BEACH: Dorothy Corene Almony, Alden James Bartley, Christina Marie Cheeks, Brian M. Flanagan, Emily Meagan Hancock, Catherine E. Johnston, Emily Morgan Kerwin, Kasey M. King, Nicole Elizabeth Stewart, Brittany Ann Owen, Nicolle L. Sandy, Lori L. Simpson, Bryce A. Summerlin, Karlee A. Young

DOWELL: Valerie Rose Dowell, Luke Alexander Kahl

DUNKIRK: Jay Michael Freschi, James Michael Gilbert, Joseph Michael Grogan, Tina Marie Henderson, Benjamin Daniel Maxson, Amber Marie Norton, Kellie L. Ortman, Sarah D. Van Wie, Jennifer Nicole Whittington

HUNTINGTOWN: Linsey Alexis Aley, Kelli A. Baldwin, Melina D. Brooks, Kristen Jeanine Charles, Alexandro Carmelo Ciancio, Meagan Elaine Dahlstrom, VonCeal Denise Foote, Maegan Nicole Jones, Jessica Lee Keith, Adam T. Kline, Alexis K. Kuntz, Daniel Adrian LaBille, Jehryco Vitug Miranda, Thomas A. Myrick III, Tyler Samuel Myrick, Desiree Nicole Page, Morgan S. Pilz, Lakeysha C. Ray, Bridget Marie Todd, Tyler Cole Waddell, Brandon Lee Wallace, Jeremy L. Winters

LUSBY: Kimberly Lauren Alston, Mary Louise Atkins, Zachary F. J. Beukers, Lisa M. Bielewicz, Sarah Elizabeth Blair, Alexandra Leigh Blanchette, James Robert Bradley III, Drew A. Brentlinger, Alissa Danita Brown-Leonard, Unique K. Chase, Kerstan Barrett Chojnacki, Jacob M. Foltz, Thomas J. Haina, Stanley D. Harris Jr., Michael Fenton Hinson, Awgust JM Hockmuth, Sophia Anne Hubbell, Helena Kathryn Hudson, Susan Vanessa Johnson, Claire CM LeBlanc, Anthony Jose Lucas, Albert Edward MacKinnon, James W. MacKinnon, Kaitlyn Leeann Milhorn, April Marie Milton, Natalie Margaret Okel, Kathryn Carlotta Oresik, Jeana M. Osborne, Scott Andrew Roberts, Kenneth A. Sanford, Torrey Rachelle Shipman, Jennifer Leigh Statter, Jacob A. Taylor, John N. Z. Trinidad, Susan Scott Wallish, Peter Matthew Waters, Jacqueline Lenore Waul, Kyle Martin Webber, Lauren Leigh Williford, Jacqueline A. Wills, Kara Elizabeth Wilt, Courtney Dawn Woodward, James Parker Yost

NORTH BEACH: Beatrice M. Canter, Aidan C. Davis, Victoria Ann Hubbert, Sean W. Mooneyham

OWINGS: Christina Marie Buettner, Kevin William Kinneer, William Cody McKenny, Peter A. Merski, Brendan Daltrey Mitchell, Lindsay Mae Schlegel, Allison Lynn Schleicher, Vincent Paul Turner II, Meagan K. Warner

PORT REPUBLIC: Erika Michelle Alleyne, Hannah Leigh Kolenda, Dustin Mark Little, David Andrew Maines, Karoline Nicole Messer, Rachael Leigh Winafeld

PRINCE FREDERICK: Bernice L. Burroughs, Christina J. Duffany, Jasmine R. Evans, William Everett Freeland, Sarah A. Freeman, Christopher Justin Ganley, Christopher W. Hinkamper, Kathryn A. Humphreys, Danielle V. Johnson, Jennifer Marie Loveless, Taylor N. McHenry, Marilynn H. McNulty, Samuel Ross Miller, MacKenzie Michael Moore, Shelby Ann Murphy, Heather Marie Murphy, Kaitlin Elizabeth Shaner, Rachel Lee Tresler

SAINT LEONARD: Nancy Mary Almaraz, Ashley Cecie Ballard, Hannah L. Childs, Austin H. Garner, Taylor Ann Garner, Christopher Shane Graham, Elmer Alexander Hernandez, Megen Ann Jackson, Briana Renee Labatt, Spencer D. Larsen, David Charles Larsen II, Spencer Drake Larsen, Kayla Marie McAllister, Garrett Matthew Mohler, Linda R. Petrauskas, Chloe Elizabeth Radisek, Staci Nicole Stevenson, Amy Katherine Voegtli, Elizabeth Frances Von Nessen

SOLOMONS: Jonathan R. Connor, Steven B. Koch, Kyle W. Samilton

SUNDERLAND: Shelby Lynn Collins, Jamie Ann Hopp, Lisa Louise Parker, Kelly Jean Ridgewell

Carroll County

WESTMINSTER: Emily Nicole Goddard

Charles County

BEL ALTON: Polly Anne Boggs, James Andrew Gue

BRANDYWINE: Alyssa Kailyn DeFranco, Jessica J. Perez Lopez

BRYANS ROAD: Alexandra Elizabeth Bush, Melody A. Gibbons, Terry Wayne Henson II, Letisha M. Sawyers, Joseph Ryan G. Simon, Jonathon Paul Sparks, Danette Lewis Williams

CHARLOTTE HALL: Emily G. Fleming

COBB ISLAND: Damon D. Dilodovico, Mary Margaret White

HUGHESVILLE: Emily A. Baden, Krystal Nicole Burch, Logan Krystal Cover, Andreas Spyridon Galiatsatos, Katlin Marie Gardiner, Ryan J. Garvin, Alyssa M. Guertin, Karen Nora Johnston, Gabrielle Ellen Miller, Beau Austin Montgomery, Shalamar Marcelle Murray, Courtney G. Nelson, Michael Christopher Osborn, Tyler Dallas Stewart, Kelci Ann Therres, Kaitlyn M. Willen

INDIAN HEAD: Erica Teresa Bonner, Annette May Broome, Julia Antoinette D'Alessandro, Arsha Anita Ford, Corey D. Gelzer, Caroline Gonzalez, Sophia Gabriella Gonzalez, Adam A. Hepler, Grina Hwang, Dustin Lewis Mayfield, Jazmine Marie Thomas, Garrett O. Welch

ISSUE: Lindsey M. Acquaviva

LA PLATA: Daniel Richard Ayers, Storm Aljerica Bannister, Corey M. Bendebba, Heather L. Bowling, John-Michael Carlin, Theresa Y. Carroll, Jose O. Cedillo, Constance Clairice Coggins, Brayden Z. Dyer, Kelly Marie Finamore, Sara Nicole Garner, Wesley Clifton Guntow, Kristen Elizabeth Hamby, Sierra G. Haynes, David Herr, Jonathan T. Hogston, Julia Kathryn Howard, Limuel Hunter, Scherry Marie Baker, Mike M. Johnson Jr., Amelia Jane Kayes, Brandon Sean Kelley, Melissa Anne Lauber, Rachel Ann Norcross, Paul Wendell Mason, Samantha L. McFadden, Mariah T. Mkandawire, Darrietta Michelle Redding, Steven Alden Ritter, Alyssa Leighanne Rollins, Ryan Michael Runyon, Amanda L. Schmeltz, Jamie L. Smith, Cynthia Diane Speed, Elizabeth Ann Tyner, Amanda L. Walter, Joshua Aaron Waselewski, Syiassa Chablee Washington, Dakota A. Wilhelm, Jennifer Lei Young

MARBURY: Erin E. Gordon

NANJEMOY: Steven E. Mott, Jessica N. Stotler, Joshua Davis Thomas, Cassie Victoria White

NEWBURG: Nichole J. Byers, David M. Coppins-Crump, Holly Marie Garrison, Thomas Carroll Gragan III, Alexander G. Kernozek, Christl Anne Saunders

POMFRET: Symphony Nicole Campbell, Davis T. Cube, Aaron Michael Robbins

PORT TOBACCO: Charnele La Paris Clemons, Kristie Lynn Dutrow, Darrien Luke Kristiansen, Brian Michael O'Neill, Alex Kyle-Thundershield Simmons, Paula M. Sorrells

SWAN POINT: Lee James Clark, Arthur W. Ellis Jr.

WALDORF: Erica K. Adedeji, Malik Kwesi Affortu, Gabriela Almaraz, Myilea C. Armstrong, Ali Haider Baloch, Len D. Beeman, Michelle E. Bengel, Patricia T. Blackburn, Gregory B. Booker, Michael R. Bool, Jennifer Jeanine Boudreaux, Renesha Nicole Bowman, Saronna Renee Braxton-Coates, Ashlee N. Brazelton, Latasha N. Briscoe, Kristin Marie Burch, Jameika Shiree Butler, Ann Leigh Carter, Keith E. Chamberlain, Ashley Marie Chappell, Emily Vanessa Chatman, Anthony C. Cheaves, Angela Marie Clingan, Colton Comstock, Samantha Rae Cox, Rachel Nicole Crouch, Jason M. Cummiskey, Princess Jamila Cunanan, Francis Zachary Curry, Said Darham, Ayonni Chanel Debose, Wyatasha Y. Dickerson, Tanya L. Domino, Ciara Caressa Drake-Sams, Kourtney Patrice Draughn, Sarah Tabao Driscoll, Scott L.Dulebohn, Encarnacion Azusena Fahr, Danielle N. Garcia, Alicia Beth Germain, Jonah Rashad Gillens, Michaela C. Gough, Kristen Nichole Grandstaff, Karyn Louise Grantham, Duane Phillip Greenhow, Brittany Alexis Halmon, Christian Dillon Harris, Mallory Nicole Haselberger, Ashley M. Hasychak, James Chesterfield Hawkins, Shantel Marie Hernandez, Harrison Joel Hoffman, David Oscar Holley, Darryl Hideo Holt, Timothy Terrell Hopkins, Matthew William Hoyle, Tiara Andrea Hunter, Raja Wagar Hussain, Estela Francesca Immler, Sigourney Jacobi Jackson, Stephanie R. Jaigobin, Jazmine Cynthia Jamal, Tracy LaVon Johnson, Jessie Elizabeth Jones, Christian Davon Jones, Nicole Marie Jones, Isis Leana Desire' Jones, Steven D. Kelley, Samantha L. Lawler, Nadia Nicole Lee, Norma Lepe, Tierra M. Lockett, Shanara Monea Lucas, Manuel Rojas Manansala, Andrea Mang, Franklin F. Marshall, Evan Allan Martin, Christopher Jace Mata, Averi Faith McDowell, Jennifer Lynn Meeker, Benjamin A. Mello, Jason David Moody, Theo Morris III, David Sean Mulloy, Jonathan Shane Murphey, Margaret Elizabeth Noyes, Yasir Ilyas Hubey Nur, Mamayaa Kristal Opoku, Kelli F. Owens, Lindsey Nicole Pavlik, Melanie S. Pavone, Ryan M. Potter, Trisha Ann Pruitt, Kevin R. Puller, Steven Dallas Rands, Lindsay Denay Ross, Briana Tena Scipio, Spencer J. Scott, Alexis Chanell Shifflett, Stansbury Elijah Shockley Jr., Edward Allen Smith, Wayne J. Snedden, Tyler Ross Spooner, Eric W. Stamp, Elizabeth Anne Steinbach, Ricardo LaSalle Summers, Paula Wynette Swann, Jasmine Shanice Swann, Autumn Renee' Tebbetts, Dominique Louise Morales Tecson, William Edward Thomas, Lindsey Marie Thurman, Nicole Ryan Travis, Alex Turner III, Tina M. Vance, Katelynn Michelle Varbero, Irene Vivenzio, Jessica LynnLe Vo, Nina Natasha Vauss, Joseph Christopher Welch, Kheni J. Wells, Leah Amanda Williams, Caleb S. Wilson, Elisheba V. Wilson, Maurice D. Wilson, Sarah Elizabeth Wilson, Mary Anne Windsor, Kortnie Marie Wright, Jene'e Lau'ren Young

WHITE PLAINS: Carly Lynn Arnold, Laquanda M. Channing, Bertha M. Cooks, Byron G. Demby II, Andrew H. Donaldson, Derek A. Gibson, Kelcei Bre'anne McElvine, Alida Amanda Emma Randall, Elise Marie Reigle, Cody S. Scott, Stuart Jon Turnquist, Mark Edwin Williams

Montgomery County

BETHESDA: Mylaunya Shineade Brooks

GAITHERSBURG: Kristin M. Shjarback

Prince George's County

ACCOKEEK: Arthur J. Espanta, Jordan Iman Kimes, Jennifer Lafrican, Toni R. Stevens, David S. Vaughan III, Samuel Curtis Vickers, Jasmine Marie Williams

AQUASCO: Thomas Benjamin Waters

BRANDYWINE: Kristy Lee Lanham, Tomii Nakea Banks, Ayana Morgan Courtney, Izarra Saramelia Deemer-White, Joelle N. Sherman, Thomas Martin Weems

CAMP SPRINGS: Clare Elise Rose

CHELTENHAM: Caitlin Marie Gordon

CLINTON: Jacqueline Rochelle Chatmon, Jessica Kerra Hayes, Brea Dominique Howell


FORT WASHINGTON: Larry P. Bowman Jr., Dennis A.Fortuna, Chaunte L. Garrett, Justin Alexander Harriot

JOINT BASE ANDREWS: Khristy JeanEllen Cole

NATIONAL HARBOR: Lavonia Danielle Edwards

UPPER MARLBORO: Marquise V. Berry, Daniel W. Boyce, Amadi A. Brown, Paul J. Cormier, Dennis Dexter Harris, Porsha Reann Martial, Cory Walker, Barry Walt Wiseman, Raven Michal Wyms

St. Mary's County

ABELL: Stuart D. Cortinas, Charity K. Dickerson, Zachary Kyle Venables

BUSHWOOD: Alexander Lee Gustafson

CALIFORNIA: Latasha Renee Baker, Thelma Kamga Fotue, Charles Warren Kerr, Emily Diane Kwasniak, Kathryn F. Kalin-Lee, Cherie J. Mason, Lizzeth Alejandra Megby, Philippe James Morrissette, Erica Ann Muenzel, Kevin Robert Quinn, Sean Mikel Ryan, Nicholas Brandon Shotwell, Paul Salvatore Thorn, Jeremy D. Wallace

CALLAWAY: John Kevin Heard, Angel Marie Owens, Eva Levona Simon

CHAPTICO: Grant F. Cutler, James H. Herbert Jr., Ashley Nicole Hill, Debra Elaine Phetteplace, Joseph Wade Turner

CHARLOTTE HALL: Jenna Nicole Baker, Sarah Grace Boltz, Julie A. Davis, James David Eppley, Frederick George Heinze V, Christopher Brian Lacey Sr. , Dawn Marie McCarthy, Kelly L. McGowan, Joshua D. Owens, Kathryn Elizabeth Summer Smith, Ashley Nicole Taylor, Tarah Rena Tilley, Trevor Roderick Wade, Jade K. Williams, Harrison Calvin Wright

CLEMENTS: Jasmine J. Carter, Christine Nicole Hurry

DAMERON: Shannon Marie Langley

DRAYDEN: Kevin Michael McElhaney, Great Mills, Miranda Jewel Jones, Lindsay Marie Lague, Peter Ignatius Marshall, Evan Andrew Pray, Jennifer Lynn Rasmussen, Brandt M. Wootan, Ashley Michelle Yonek

HOLLYWOOD: Tobby James Allen, Adam Neil Boas, Andrew Thomas Bogan, Dana E. Briscoe, Aaron M. Carroll, Carolyn Delaney Davis, Avery B. Echols, Kelly Marie Garner, Tabitha Lynn Gawne, Scott Keith Imbriale, Maximilian P. Laray, Christina M. Little, Ryan Michael Norris, Robert C. Osborne, Michelle Anne Puckett, Deborah Christine Settle, Candace Marie Snavely, Heidi Elizabeth Thompson, Carrie Amanda Williams, Joseph K. Wood

LEONARDTOWN: Wayne Joseph Brooks, Marion M. E. Brownback, Duane Nicholas Carroll, Megan Jean Duval, Paige Eileen Fletcher, Alex John Goyco, Ian S. Hess, John Alton Ingram, Darrell K. Knott, Joyce Lyn Knott, Jessica R. Lynch, Tiffany C. Mason-Stewart, Zack M. Mattingly III, Daniel Lewis Mehaffey, Stephanie Nicole Monaghan , Jacqueline C. Norris, Mary Catherine Traugott Osborne, Jonathan Edward Raley, Andrew Steven Ratliff, Kara Marie Ridgell, Mariana Barreda Smith, Taylor Lauran Superior

LEXINGTON PARK: Hannah Margaret Arnold, Shatera Lashawn Barnes, Keyana C. Barnes, Samata Bhusal, Edward Eldon Bielewicz, Shanna Lajoy Cobey, Amber Rose Crane, Carla Martinez Davidson, Joyce Tolentino De Ramos, Magdalena Nancy Duchnowski, Abigail Ecijan Edejer, Matthew Ferko, Jacob S. Fisher, Claudia Yulisa Garcia-Flores, Elizabeth Ann Gray, Tiyona Amere' Gupton, Suzanne Michelle Hammett, Mary E. Hatfield-Bono, Keri C. Karb, Leander Lee Kelsey, Jennifer Louise Knopp, Joseph Wade Langford, Raphael Curata Lazarte, Danielle Marie Leimkuhler, Jacqueline E. Nolan, Samuel Elisha Nosek, Megan R. Perry, Allison Marie Pugay, Zakary T. Purcell, Hollie Jean Ratliff, Ronnie Lee Roberts II, Jon Kyle Spindler, Tyler Andrew Townsend, Tiffany A. Truesdale, Tia Marie Webb, Alexandria Morgan Wincelowicz

LOVEVILLE: Melissa A. Yuricich

MECHANICSVILLE: Michael Steven Abbott, Scott P. Abell, Presley Lynn Amick, Katrina Marie Antezana, James Robert Baker, Holly Anne Blankenship, Beverly Jean Bowen, PhD, Karley Eden Brown, Holly Denise Buckler, Sarah Ann Carlson, Regan Sue Carrico, Jensyn S. Carrico, Dale A. Coon, Crystal Latres Davis, Brandon S. Dickerson, Mae L. Drinks, Logan F. Eaker, Holly M. Finch, Danielle M. Hardy, Angela Marie Hill, Danielle Brooke Hilton, Brooke Elizabeth Hylton, Alexander Christian Jantsch, Nicholas A. Jerome, Amanda E. Karwacki, Brett Allen Leadmon, Olivia Marie Mancini, Catherine Marie McLane, Justin T. Mika, Breanne Curley Murphy, Jennifer Diane Patterson, Christopher S. Peksa, Shiane V. Proctor, Breanne Nicole Rapisardi, Tori Nichole Richards, McKenzie Antoinette Rivard, Katelyn Brooke Stathers, Michael C. Stevenson, Dianna Lynn Stone, Travis R. Tarleton, Carlyn Anne Tatroe

MORGANZA: Paul M. Herbert, Michael C. Holt


PINEY POINT: Patrick J. McLaughlin, Christina Elizabeth Thompson

RIDGE: Scott Courtney Russell

SAINT INIGOES: Katherine J. Carroll, Michael W. Carroll, Bridget Ann Wimberly

SCOTLAND: Melanie Ann Bradburn, Samantha Ashley Slade

TALL TIMBERS: Chanelle Rene Albright, Molly Elizabeth Spalding

Out of State

ARIZONA: Surprise: Atsumi Kadena

FLORIDA: Jacksonville: Krystan Michelle Gaffney

GEORGIA: Sugar Hill: Scherrie Monique Moreland

ILLINOIS: Leland: Jandira Severiano Scheick

MICHIGAN: Midland: Rachel M. Wall

NEW JERSEY: Ramsey: Kyali Storms Shattuck

NEW JERSEY: West Milford: Kyali Storms Shattuck

OKLAHOMA: Broken Arrow: Sandra Michelle Foster-Claffey

SOUTH CAROLINA: Kinards: Christopher James Howe

TEXAS: San Antonio: Angelica D. Aguirre

WASHINGTON: Arlington: Glenn John Hartman

VIRGINIA: King George: James Nathaniel Baylor, Enrique Miguel Osborne

NORFOLK: Ashley Brook Sanders

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Michelle Elise Desoiza

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