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GRADUATES



Published: Sat, February 2, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



WESTMINSTER COLLEGE

NEW WILMINGTON -- Scott Frederick, master of education; Shelly Miller, master of education; Margaret Galbreath, elementary education; Christy Nickerson, English, cum laude; Timothy Shelenberger, chemistry, magna cum laude.

VOLANT -- Jeffrey Sunderman, master of education.

ELLWOOD CITY -- Jeffrey Fotia, master of education.

POLAND, Ohio -- Patti Hockensmith, master of education.

YOUNGSTOWN -- Debra Fine, master of education; Aaron Stamp, mathematics.

CANFIELD -- Maribeth McGlynn, master of education.

HUBBARD -- Jill Hoover, master of education; Robin Vaupel, master of education.

WARREN -- Donald Bailey, master of education.

NEW CASTLE -- Alexa Janacone, elementary education; Erika Luskey, biology, cum laude.

MERCER -- Robyn Zellers, music education, cum laude.

GIRARD -- Christopher Roscoe, sociology/criminal justice.

BOARDMAN -- Michael Riwniak, sociology/criminal justice; April Sunyog, molecular biology, cum laude.

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

BRISTOLVILLE -- Christina I. Hermdorfer, arts.

CORTLAND -- Elysia Hopkins, business administration.

KINSMAN -- Matthew Harnett, business administration.

MASURY -- Camille Dessaw, business administration.

MINERAL RIDGE -- Ethan Seidel, business administration.

NEWTON FALLS -- Gregory Daniel, master of science.

SOUTHINGTON -- Cheryl Dudas, assoc. in applied science.

WARREN -- Sara Czeck, arts/ magna cum laude; David Lutz, assoc. in applied science; Phaidra Tataris, science; Mark Boye, doctor of philosophy; Brant Hill, business administration; Kimberly Walker, arts.

CANFIELD -- Rachel Altiere, journalism; Scott Cannon, arts; Ian Hackett, business administration; Hillary Leclair, arts; Paul Shimek, business administration; Ted Vanfleet Jr., cum laude in fine arts.

LOWELLVILLE -- Anthony Russo Jr., civil engineering.

NORTH JACKSON -- Melissa Lindley, master of arts.

NORTH LIMA -- Gentry Cashon, arts.

YOUNGSTOWN -- Holly Goodstein, arts; Phillip Silverman, arts; Jenna D'Ambrosio, business administration; Marek Radomski, science; Michael Terlecky, education; Tina Wirick, master of arts.

AUSTINTOWN -- James Lewis, arts.

BOARDMAN -- Craig Dionisio, human ecology; Brian Parrish, human ecology.

POLAND -- Jeremy Garner, human ecology; David O'Neil, journalism.

SALEM -- Darren Wolford, arts.

HOMEWORTH -- Elizabeth Davidz, cum laude in journalism.

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY -- OKMULGEE

NILES -- Thomas Goodner, industrial electrical technology.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY

YOUNGSTOWN -- Rex E. "Chip" Baumberger Jr., marine biology.




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