July 29, 2014 in Features

Achievments: Whitworth announces graduates from region

By The Spokesman-Review

Whitworth University has announced its graduates for the spring 2014 semester. All degrees earned are bachelor degrees unless noted otherwise. Graduates and their majors are listed by hometown.


Chattaroy: Nichole Alexander.

Cheney: Jessica Jensen, music.

Chewelah: Emily Rusher, speech communication.

Clayton:  Stacia Obert, elementary education and special education.

Colbert: Evan Anders, physics; Sheldon Carpenter, chemistry and mathematics; James Derocher, mathematical economics and computer science; Jessica Marrazzo, English; Dustin Martin, accounting; Kelsey McQuilkin, biology; Ryan Mendoza, psychology; Jill Pecka, elementary education; Sadie Peterson, psychology; Rebecca Southwick, communication and philosophy.

Colfax: Kayla Johnson, health science.

Dayton: Devon Strang, psychology.

Deer Park: Sarah Gambell, French and cross cultural study – history.

Ford: Kseinya Langlois, mathematics and computer science.

Greenacres: William Hattamer, biology.

Hartline: William Moyer, psychology.

Kettle Falls: Matthew Edwards, computer science.

Liberty Lake: Jordan Collins, art; Bradley Combs, elementary education; Sam Mean, accounting; William Sales, Master of Business Administration; Mitchell Williams, humanities.

Mead: Jessica Dahm, speech communication.

Medical Lake: Richard Aley, kinesiology and athletic training.

Moses Lake: Lauren Frey, elementary education; Rosemary McFarland, English; Krystina Rashford, psychology.

Othello: Devon Lind, computer science.

Palouse: Rebecca Nelson, elementary education and special education.

Pullman: Brent Meyer, kinesiology; William Pollock, engineering physics; Sarah Wheeler, health science.

Republic: Levi Larson, biology.

Rockford: Lindsey LaShaw, biology

Spokane: Gifti Abbo, biology; Samuel Abbott, theology and Spanish; Hannah Ackerman, French; Jacqueline Adams, psychology; Melodie Adams, elementary education; Stephanie Anguiano, Spanish; Courtney Bagdon, sociology; Emily Brown, English and special education; Tyson Carman, social services; Ashley Collett, sociology and psychology; Matthew Comi, English and art; Eldaah Constantine, Master of Arts; Tyler Coopman, marketing and business management; Josephine Davis, sociology; Kymberly Dixon, elementary education; Rosalie Dora, social services; Joshua Gallegos, Spanish and international business; Tyler Guinn, health science; Vanessa Hadford, political science; Sarah Hall, elementary education; Alexander Hancock, music education and music; Kayla Harris, art; Casey Holan, humanities; Jaclyn Holien, Master of Education; Audre Hyatt, chemistry and biology; Christina Hylton, accounting and business management; Wenyuan Jiang, economics and international business; Camille Journey, psychology; Kaitlyn Kadel, biology; Kramer Kembel, accounting; Sarah Kenney, history and English; Emily Leddige, political science; Brandy Lochrie, elementary education; Geneva Mahar, organizational management; Rebecca Markley, psychology; Patrick McCord, theology; Oleda McCoy, social services; Marcus Meredith, history; Kara Miller, psychology; Hanh Nguyen, chemistry; Deborah Olin, social services; Helya Peyman, chemistry; Chase Plischke, marketing; Sridhara Purohith, Master of Business Administration; Katherine Rahn, health science; Ryan Richardson, engineering physics; Christine Roach, journalism and mass communication; Erika Rome, psychology; Matthew Roth, kinesiology; Julie Russell, Master of Education; Iliana Sanchez, biology; Chaune Schafer, health science; Samuel Schoesler, accounting; Zhiwei Shi, chemistry; Regan Steinert, sociology; Christopher Stilwill, applied physics; Ingrid Sub Cuc, biology; Richard Sullivan, psychology; Konstantin Tachan, chemistry; Lucas Thayer, journalism and mass communication; Amber Tooley, sociology; Ramsey Troxel, theatre; Brian Tully, biology; Joshua Warren, business management; Joshua Watkins, theatre; Andrew Williams, sociology; Esther Williams, nursing; Sondra Willmann, elementary education and special education; Abigail Woicik, elementary education; Timothy Woods, organizational nagement; Shaina Workland, elementary education; Mailia Yang, political science; Casie Yunk, social services; Melvin Zimmerman, humanities.

Spokane Valley: Dalton Cosby, accounting; Mindi Kee, organizational management.

Veradale: Colby Davis, chemistry and biology.


Coeur d’Alene: Graeme Lauer, health science; Steven Munson, music; Jonathan Owens, marketing; Elaina Sicilia, English; Chelsea Stephens, elementary education.

Dalton Gardens: Jordan Johnston, health science.

Hayden: Geoff Rinehart, Master of Arts in Theology.

Post Falls: Gina DesCombes, speech communication; Jared Kennedy, elementary education; Jalana White, health science.

Rathdrum: Joy McKibbin, biology and health science; Trevor Zajicek, economics and international business.

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