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Inland Northwest Students Graduate From WSU

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

Spokane: Anthony Lamanna Jr., criminal justice and kinesiology; Scott Lamberson, nursing; Ryan Larsen, business administration; David Lawrence, biology; Carrie Lemay, business administration; James Lewis II, doctor of pharmacy; Julie Linahan, communications; Stacey Logan, interior design; Jason Lovelady, biology; Justin Lundgren, economics; and Tamara Lutz, nursing.

Christine Marcellus, animal sciences; Wendy Marquardt, sociology; John Matthews, foreign language and teaching certificate; Ryan McNeice, business administration; Stephen Melin, nursing; Tamatha Minter, English; Traci Molett, business administration; John Nelson, business administration; Trevor Nelson, biology; Noelle Newcombe, sociology; Neil Newlun, communications; Long Nguyen, microbiology; Amy Olson, landscape architecture; Kristopher Olson, bachelor of pharmacy; Jennifer Onzay, English; Jonica Parry, business administration; Timothy Parsons, bachelor of pharmacy; Angela Phipps, mechanical engineering; Raymond Picicci, zoology; Kelly Phillips, business administration; and Julia Plummer, physics.

Roglenda Repp, mathematics; Scott Riedlinger, nursing; Diana Riordan, social science; Patrick Rosenberry, business administration; Michelle Salo, nursing; Gregory Sandberg, environmental science; Tracey Schirman, biology; Sarah Schmittou, nursing; Michael Semmen, architecture and architectural studies; Ivan Shaw, political science; Susan Shelby, social science; Sara Shelton, business administration; and Brian Sherick, business administration.

Jane Shively, psychology; Kevin Sifers, electrical engineering; Joshua Smith, human development; Dana Sommers, economics; Robin Steigleder, criminal justice; Ryan Stewart, physical education; Patricia Stovall, construction management; Henning Stranda, construction management; Ann Swanson, business administration; Kenji Takagi, architectural studies and architecture; Denny Tansy, doctor of pharmacy; Steve Thompson, bachelor of pharmacy; Jennifer Tirk, business administration; Van Tran, business administration; Christopher Trimble, psychology; and Benjamin Ward, communications.

James Weed, economics; Jason Wenkheimer, hotel and restaurant administration; Jessica Whaley, hotel and restaurant administration; Sean Williams, architectural studies and architecture; Cynthia Wilson, doctor of pharmacy; Holly Winkler, food science and human nutrition; Leslie Wright, communications; Daniel Wolf, civil engineering; and Amy Yoeman, hotel and restaurant administration.

St. John: Karin Clack, natural resource management; Shayne Holt, business administration; Nicky Nixon, communications; and Jennifer White, communications.

Tekoa: James Fletcher, communications; and Jennifer Hansen, education and teaching certificate.

Thornton: Robert Shindler, agriculture and teaching certificate.

TumTum: Monica Axtell, animal sciences.

Veradale: Michael Platt, criminal justice.

Warden: Brent Erdmann, agribusiness; Kelly Erdmann, agribusiness; Sylvia Pruneda, human development; Kathy Reilly, agricultural economics; Jonathan Sauer, agricultural economics; and Zachary Stephenson, agriculture.

Wilbur: Allan Ferguson, nursing; Lisa Jordan, kinesiology; Stephanie McPherson, business administration; and Lynnette Nee, horticulture.

Wilson Creek: Christopher Robinson, mechanical engineering and biological systems engineering.

, DataTimes

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