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Thursday, December 8, 2011



BRADFORD, Pa. – Ninety-two students expected to graduate from Pitt-Bradford this month will be recognized with a reception on Sunday, Dec. 11.

Students will be honored during an informal event beginning at 2:30 p.m. in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons.

Dr. Livingston Alexander, president; Dr. Steven Hardin, dean of academic affairs; and Dr. K. James Evans, dean of student affairs, will speak. Refreshments will be served afterward.

The reception is held for students graduating at the end of the fall term who may not be able to return for the April commencement.

Those expected to graduate with an associate degree are Beth Christman, a petroleum technology major from Bradford; Brandon Meacham, a petroleum technology major from Shinglehouse; Karen L. McManigle, an information systems major from Emporium; and Cody J. Sheasley, a petroleum technology major from Ridgway.

Those expected to graduate with a bachelor’s degree are, from Bradford, Craig R. Dillaman, economics; Amanda Allison Caldwell, English; Andrea Marie Herzog, history-political science; Corey Meyer and Edmund D. Thornton, social sciences; Sarah Marie Randolph, sociology; Bethany Lynn Kapp, writing; Bryan Thomas Deloe, applied mathematics; Michael Thomas DeCasper, biology; Robert Colts, chemistry; Diana Lyn Lawton, Tarah Marie Lipps, Samantha Pascarella and Christy Sherk, elementary education; Shea Ann Miller, elementary education and sociology; Maddi Shea Smith, English education 7-12; Emily J. Wilton, psychology; Zachary D. Foster, sport and recreation management; and Brittany Danielle Gilmore, sports medicine.

Students anticipated to graduate from elsewhere in McKean County are, from Derrick City, Melissa Ann Hickey, history-political science, and Cassandra Ludwig, social sciences; from Eldred, Brian C. Schneider, accounting and business management; from Kane, Kalli Rae Baker, criminal justice, Jenna Oyler, human relations, Jessica Adamski, social sciences, and Keith Anderson, social studies education 7-12 and history-political science; from Port Allegany, Cynthia Remington, criminal justice, and Jeffrey S. Pinchock, environmental studies; from Smethport, Charles E. Vandever, environmental studies, and Kathy Lynn Donovan and Ronald C. Tanner Jr., both business management.

Students anticipated to graduate from Elk County are, from Ridgway, John Michael Urmann III, criminal justice, Miranda Pauline Miraglia, environmental studies, Meghan Gabrielle Rutigliano, business management, Kendall Klawuhn, health and physical education, Kelsey Klawuhn, mathematics education 7-12; from Brockport, Nicholas Tyler, computer information systems and technology; from Johnsonburg, Rebecca Marie Mahoney, English education 7-12; from Kersey, Kaylee Rae Mitcheltree, applied mathematics; from Wilcox, Gary William Parks, computer information and systems technology, and Jesica E. Brendel, hospitality management.

Students anticipated to graduate from Warren County are, from Clarendon, Kayloni Leigh Smith, broadcast communications, and Harmonie J. Kibbey, English and English education 7-12; from Russell, Nichole Marie Neall, psychology; from Warren, Jason M. Halle and John David Lewis, elementary education, and Ashley D. Zaffino, business management.

Other students anticipated to graduate from Pennsylvania are Kevin M. Erdelack, public relations, Cheswick; Scott J. Burton, criminal justice, Ellwood City; Joseph John DeVito, environmental studies, Tionesta; Erin Joy Lynn, English, and Kyle Allen Lewis, history-political science, both from North East; Joselynn Ann Hackman, English and English Education 7-12, Lehighton; Nicholas William Eckhardt, mathematics education 7-12, Springdale; Jill K. Northey, health and physical education, Brookville; Sara Jean McFadden, radiological science, Falls Creek; Michael Stephen Cipriano and Martin Ryan Cipriano, both business management from New Castle; Karl Gesing, elementary education, Oil City;

Kristy Ann Bunce, Kimberly Anne Salvatore and David T. Stewart, all business management from Titusville; Todd Smith, business management, Saegertown; Heather Capella, elementary education, Spartansburg; Ashley A. Bissell, business management, Erie; Cory Malantonio, computer science, Fogelsville; Justin Mann, accounting, and Emily Lewellin, business management and economics, both from Northampton; Ankush Verma, biology, Archbald; Jeremy C. Grove, sport and recreation management, Sayre; Kyle E. Lange, psychology, Pipersville; Rahul Jangiti, chemistry, Quakertown; and Intisar E. Wilson, biology, Philadelphia.

Those anticipated graduates from New York state are Morgan Kinville, sociology, Fulton; Brody J. Childs, history-political science, Ryan Andrew Marzec, business management, Trisha Fridman, elementary education, and Hannah E. Penman, sport and recreation management, all from Olean; Michael Benjamin Teresi, hospitality management, Batavia; Samantha R. Marsh, biology, Kennedy; Ashley L. Andrews, business management and computer information systems and technology, Little Valley; Taylor Grey Lubi, health and physical education, Panama; Paul Anthony Wallace, applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12, Portville; and Megan Carpenter, elementary education, Wellsville.

Other anticipated graduates are Ahmed Shalom Hooper Jr., sport and recreation management, Baltimore, Md.; Jordan Matthew Wilhite, business management, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; and Marco Manansala Dominguez, sports medicine, Norwalk, Calif.

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