EWC Announces Candidates for Graduation
May 13, 2004
(Torrington, WY) Eastern Wyoming College held the 55th annual commencement for candidates on May 7, 2004, in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The Honorable Keith G. Kautz, Judge of the Eight Judicial District was this years commencement speaker. The number of candidates totaled 123. The candidates for graduation are here as follows:
Jason Deich, Rebecca Smith, Kelly Brownson, Brain Prime, Clifford Smith, David Ferrell, Ryan Sorensen, Ann Meier, Pamela Phipps, Sherri Schultz, Robin Stonecypher-Bauer, Diana Vetter, Amanda Brooks, Mark Marlatt, Christopher Miller, David Heilbrun, Brandon Hill, David Forrest, Jaydee Sims, Juliana Garcia, Tanja Mechem, Martin Garrelts, Colleen Murphy, Jason Baldwin, Molly Moss, Andrea Mullock, Kimberly Huckfeldt, Jennifer Parker, Georgina Bates, Lauren Foster, Amanda Webb, Terri Murphy, John Nicklas, Deborah Rutherford, Karen Burlingame, Bradlee Cox, Norma Jung, William Steinmeyer, Valarie Carr, Matthew Bennett, Brandi Anderson, Jamie Herdt, Todd Wiseman, Amanda Dawson, and David Voltmer, all from Torrington, Wyoming.
The Lingle, Wyoming candidates are Travis Hansen, Jackson Asmus, James Rogers, Andrea Hansen, and Erin Swingholm.
Karen Lynn, Sarah Welch, Tammie Tjalma, Brandi Haefele, Amanda Hendrux, Terra Ellison, and Sarah Nordeen were the candidates from Douglas, Wyoming.
The candidates from Guernsey, Wyoming are Michelle Redenbaugh, Tammy Ibarra, and Karyn Shaffer.
The Lusk, Wyoming candidates are David Goddard, Gennifer Miller, and Roseanna Alvord.
Kimberly Blauert, Kean Edwards, and Jon Wilkinson are the candidates from Gillette, Wyoming.
Candidates from Newcastle, Wyoming are Cathy McMeekin, Sarah DeMerritt, and Nanette Snyder.
Morgan Berg, Nicole Meyer, Matthew Rich, Matthew Stewart, Joshua Buettner, Marci Allison, Heather Butler, Roberta Sanborn, Patrick McGowan, Cash Isbell, Jillian Baldwin, Jonathan White, George White, Melissa Turbitt, and Katie Schroeder are also all candidates from Wyoming.
Nebraska's candidates for graduation are Carley Johnson, Matt Fair, Kenji Bartlett, Keria Adams, Amber McClanahan, Jyll Sis, Brain Holm, Casey Cawiezel, and John Mayo.
The candidates from Colorado are Cody Mitchell, Crystal Sexton, Drew Joseph, Keith Wernsman, Scott Sauer, Ronnie Macdonell, and Chelsea Hornbacher.
South Dakota's candidates are Gregory Weber, Jennifer Fenolio, Sam Oltmanns, Melissa Lutz, Rory Wendt, Troy Kennison, and Heather Stoner.
North Dakota's candidates are Lacey Lembke and Lisa Deutsch.
Brian Erickson from West Valley City, Janis Beesley from Saint George, and Joel Taylor from Delta are all Utah candidates.
Candidates from Montana include Heather Weflen from Bozeman and Kristin Davis from Victor.
Adrian Nelson from Macon, Georgia, and Alice Duncan from Mayer, Minnesota were the final candidates.