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January 16, 2018

Grainger students graduate WSCC, UT Martin


MORRISTOWN – Several Grainger County students were among 336 individuals who graduated Walters State Community College during its 53rd commencement ceremony, held Friday, Dec. 15.

Bean Station graduates include: Chelsea Noelle Harris, associate of applied science, business – culinary arts and technical certificate, Amber Nicole Glover, associate of applied science, business – management; Tyler H. Lynch, laude, associate of applied science, engineering technology – manufacturing and technical certificate, engineering technology – operations management and quality; Rita Kay Rice, cum laude, associate of applied science, nursing; Morgan Willis, laude, associate of applied science, nursing; and Caitlyn Emily Atkins, technical certificate, pharmacy technician.

Blaine graduates include: Mitch Edward Collins, cum laude, associate of applied science, engineering technology – drafting and design; Cameron Dale Williams, associate of arts, history; and Daniel Alexander Blakenship, associate of science, computer science.

Rutledge graduates include: Kara Rachelle Hodge, associate of applied science, nursing; Matthew Joshua Parsons, laude, associate of science, accounting; Spencer Starr, laude, associate of science, general studies; Haven Warren, laude, associate of science, general studies; Adam Scott Davis, cum laude, associate of science, nutrition and food science; and Lelsie Faviola, technical certificate, pharmacy tech.

Washburn graduates include: Rachael Hope Tolliver, associate of applied science, nursing; and Hunter Logan Simmons, laude, associate of science, agriculture.

Two Grainger County students received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during commencement ceremonies held Dec. 16 in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center on the UT Martin campus.

Meggan Christian Houser and Timothy Lynn Stalans, both of Rutledge, received undergraduate degrees during the ceremony.

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