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Degrees awarded to 55 Brewton-Parker students

MOUNT VERNON— Brewton-Parker College awarded 55 degrees following the fall 2006 semester, announced Tammy Foskey, interim registrar.

Eighteen students received bachelor of arts degrees, 24 students earned bachelor of science degrees, six students earned bachelor of business administration degrees, one student earned a bachelor of ministry degree, one student earned a bachelor of music degree and five students were awarded associate of arts degrees.

Graduates, listed by degree and hometown with major, are:

BACHELOR OF ARTS

ALLENHURST – TaSheva Campbell, general studies

ALMA – Bradley C. Miller, history

BAXLEY – Peggy J. Thomas, human services

DOUGLAS – Jessica E. Williams, sport and fitness

HINESVILLE – Angela N. Brown, sociology; Wyanda E. Bush, general studies; Joshua L. Caines, Christianity; Rose M. Huston, general studies; Kent D. Wilkinson, general studies

KATHLEEN – Rebecca L. Thompson, general studies

LUDOWICI – Randall C. LaRoche, Christian studies

LYONS – William G. Mitchell, English

MILLEDGEVILLE – Alicia N. Dudley, sociology

JACKSONVILLE, FL. – Joshua S. Fuchs, Christianity

VIDALIA – Andrea C. Gaston, psychology

VIENNA – Shavon S. McWilliams, psychology

WALTHOURVILLE – Loran James-Brown, human services

WARNER ROBINS – James C. Elkins III, psychology

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

AILEY – Sheri A. Allen, broadfield secondary social science education

ALMA – Julia N. Goedert, early childhood education

BAXLEY – Selena S. Griffin, early childhood education

CLAXTON – Kathryn J. Crosby, early childhood education

DOERUN – Melonie A. Kimbrell, early childhood education

DUBLIN – Sandra K. Tester, broadfield secondary science education

HAZLEHURST – Jala D. Bohannon, middle grades education

LAWRENCEVILLE – Ashley S. Brown-Little, math

MILLEDGEVILLE – Shelby L. Ashfield, early childhood education; Donna J. Sutton, early childhood education

MOULTRIE – Brandi R. Boyd, early childhood education; Christy D. Hall, early childhood education; Nan M. Tillman, early childhood education

MURRAYVILLE – Shannon C. Baldwin, broadfield secondary social science education

SUMNER – Cynthia M. Hurst, early childhood education

SYLVESTER – Melinda C. Chambless, early childhood education

TIFTON – Stephanie R. Estes, early childhood education

UVALDA – Sonja L. Craft, early childhood education

VIDALIA – Keitha L. Broomfield, secondary math education; Ashley B. Burris, early childhood education; Latisha M. Collins, early childhood education; Melissa A. Donahue, early childhood education; Aimee L. Kight, early childhood education; Ashley V. Williamson, early childhood education

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

CRESCENT – Dennis L. Wiley, general business

SAVANNAH – Samantha F. Austin, general business; Tomekia L. Joseph, general business; Karen E. Lambert, general business; Catherine B. Ramsey, general business; Benita V. Williams, general business

BACHELOR OF MUSIC

AILEY – Jeffrey M. Brazell

BACHELOR OF MINISTRY

MOUNT VERNON – Samuel H. Tomblin

 

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

GLENNVILLE – Christine Miller

HAZLEHURST – Charlotte C. Colson

LYONS – Regina L. Holmes

MONROE – Cara L. Witcher

SAVANNAH – Shakeisha Brantley

 

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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM