Shelbyville Daily Union


July 26, 2011

Lake Land College Graduates Named



Jordan Beeson, Associate in Applied Science Computer Aided Design Technology

Lindy Buerk, Certificate    Information Technology-Programming; Certificate Information Technology - Comp Apps

Jessica Christian, Associate in Applied Science Accounting

Whitney Crowe, Associate in Applied Science Physical  Therapist Assistant

Savannah Guest, Associate in Arts Sociology/Social Work

Samantha Smith, Associate in Applied Science    Dental Hygiene

Julia Taylor, Associate in Arts Sociology/Social Work

Whitney Walter, Associate in Science    Agriculture


Tonya Askins,     Associate in Applied Science    Network Administration; Certificate    Information Technology - Digital Media Specialist

Andrew Bauer, Associate in Applied Science Computer Aided Design Technology

Elaina Blanco, Certificate Welding Technology

Brian Collins,    Associate in Arts Criminal Justice

Sarah Finley, Certificate

Bradi Hardin,    Associate in Applied Science    Human Services - Psychology

Amber Hood,    Associate in Science    Clinical Laboratory Science

Ding Jin, Associate in Science Pre-Nursing

Rebecca Jones, Associate in Science    Elementary Education

Emily Karraker, Associate in Science    Pre-Nursing

Katelyn Keown, Associate in Arts Liberal Arts

Letisha Lewis,     Associate in Arts Criminal Justice

Bradley Matlock, Certificate Management

Scot McConnell, Associate in Applied Science Mechanical-Electrical Technology

Brian Miller, Certificate Welding Technology

Brian Miller,    Associate in Applied Science    Power Plant Mechanic

Brian Miller, Certificate Industrial Maintenance

Gabrielle Miller, Associate in Science    Chemistry

Staci Navis, Associate in Science Special Education

Ann Nottingham, Associate in Science Elementary Education

Jamie Potter,    Associate in Arts Sociology/Social Work

Gregory Powers, Associate in Applied Science    John Deere Ag Tech

Francine Quiguyan, Associate in Science Pre-Medicine

Christy Raymond, Associate in Science    Conservation/Pre-Wildlife

Susan Reber,    Associate in Applied Science Paraprofessional Educator

Kristopher Reed, Certificate Heating Ventilating Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Rebecca Spesard, Associate in Arts    Sociology/Social Work

Justin Tichenor, Associate in Arts    History

Lauren Warf,    Associate in Science    Agriculture

Daniel Werner, Certificate Information Technology-Programming

Sarah Woods, Certificate Medical Coding Specialist


Nathan Doty,    Associate in Applied Science    Building Construction Technology

Douglas Kelly, Associate in Science    Agriculture

Justin Mechling, Associate Engineering Science Associate In Engineering Science

Kassaundra Vonderheide,    Associate in Science Pre-Nursing

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