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Several Spokane Residents Among Recent WSU Grads

This is a continuing list of Inland Northwest students who graduated this spring from Washington State University. They are listed alphabetically by their hometowns and degrees:

Quincy: Miquel Landa, foreign language; and Elizabeth Torres, psychology.

Republic: Karen Edgel, social sciences.

Ritzville: Matthew Hille, mathematics; and Curtis Templin, anthropology.

Rosalia: Jill Rutherford-Burke, doctor of veterinary medicine.

Spokane: Brenna Adams-Dawson, nursing; Mason Anderson, natural resource management; Carrie Andrews, business administration; Theresa Bain, business administration; Andrew Ballester, doctor of pharmacy; Noah Barfield, English, foreign language and teaching certificate; Christopher Bartalamay, business administration; Jason Bauer, communications; Daryle Bensching, chemical engineering; Margurite Benson, nursing; Bradley Bork, landscape architecture; Carol Bradetich, doctor of pharmacy; Ty Brender, biology; Kelly Wadsworth-Brown, architectural studies and architecture; Timothy Busse, teaching certificate; Antonia Caferro, speech and hearing sciences; Kristina Carosella, sociology; Kevin Carroll, communications; Jeffrey Causey, psychology; Kelly Charbonneau, materials science and engineering; Evan Chevrier, communications; Jason Child, doctor of pharmacy; Lisa Claflin, nursing; and Kristen Clark, biology.

Scott Davis, general biological sciences; Daniel Deboise, nursing; Erik Dormaier, business administration; Britta Duenwald, humanities; Tuyet Duong, microbiology; Keri Durgan, communications; and Gene Dyer, general biological sciences.

Richard Ebrecht, architectural studies and architecture; Benjamin Ferney, general biological sciences; Anthony Ferrante history; Chad Gaffaney, business administration; Michael Galioto, construction management; Tracy Garrison, sociology; Kelly Gascho, animal science; Kelly Griffith, civil engineering; Echo Grovdahl, education; Steven Haft, business administration; Andrew Hansen, communications; Douglas Hassenpflug, biology; John Hentges, business administration; Tobin Johnson, psychology; Andrew Jones, landscape architecture; Nichole Jose, business administration; Anne Kelleher, sociology; Christopher Kiritz, English; Katina Konrad, business administration; and Charmaine Kroll, biology.

More graduates will follow in future achievements columns.

, DataTimes

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