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LWC spring degree recipients from Adair County

Lindsey Wilson College has released the names of degree recipients from Adair County for its 109th commencement ceremony, which was held in May in Biggers Sports Center.

The thirty-six Adair County residents who received degrees were:


  • Patrick Adkins of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration

  • Elena Bardin of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Ministries and Human Services and Counseling

  • Dylan Beasley of Columbia earned a Master of Education Degree in Teacher as Leader

  • River Brown of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Crystal Burriss of Columbia earned a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development

  • Kristen Burton of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling

  • Shayla Burton of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling

  • Taylor Burton of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries

  • Morgan Clay of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling

  • Kaylee Frost of Columbia earned a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development

  • Kimberly Gose of Knifley earned a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development

  • Megan Hadley of Columbia earned a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development

  • William Hillock of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries

  • Zachary Hutchison of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

  • Breah Johnson of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

  • Kayla Jones of Greensburg earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

  • Holt Keeling of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

  • Katie Kelsay of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

  • Jeralyn Kessler of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Psychology

  • Kennedy Lewis of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling

  • Emma Looney of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries and Human Services and Counseling

  • William McCullough of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

  • Ashley Mclean of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Service and Counseling and Psychology

  • Rikki Neat of Glens Fork earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology

  • Kaitlyn Nokes of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication

  • Nicholas Pennino of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in English

  • Noah Polston of Knifley earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

  • Brandon Roberts of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministries and Sustainability and Energy Applications

  • Lance Roberts of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in English

  • Lynnsey Rodgers-Oaks of Columbia earned a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development

  • Harlee Smock of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Psychology

  • Jessica Stotts of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling

  • Martie Taylor of Columbia earned a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development

  • Heather VanArsdale of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication

  • Troy Warren of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

  • Luke Westmoreland of Columbia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling

Lindsey Wilson College awarded a total of 234 graduate and undergraduate degrees at the spring ceremony held before a crowd of more than 2,500 guests. Combined with the 411 degrees awarded in December at winter commencement, the Class of 2019 was a total of 645 graduates. To put that number in perspective, that is only 43 fewer graduates than LWC's largest graduating class, a record which was set in 2017.


This story was posted on 2019-07-26 06:40:03
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