Twenty-two graduate from nursing program

HURON - Twenty-two local students received their associate of applied science degrees in nursing from Lorain County Community College in a special pinning ceremony in the McBride Auditorium at BGSU Firelands. LCCC Vice President Dr. Karen Wells and Dr. James M. Smith, dean, presented a special welcome to the graduates. Jolene Mills, RN, and Carol Schemmer, RN, were faculty speakers.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

HURON - Twenty-two local students received their associate of applied science degrees in nursing from Lorain County Community College in a special pinning ceremony in the McBride Auditorium at BGSU Firelands.

LCCC Vice President Dr. Karen Wells and Dr. James M. Smith, dean, presented a special welcome to the graduates. Jolene Mills, RN, and Carol Schemmer, RN, were faculty speakers.

The graduates are: James Arnold, Sandusky; Ethel Bridges, Milan; Sheryl Brill, Sandusky; Jonathan Ferkel, Clyde; Elaine Fitzthum, Huron; Noemi Gebhardt, Vermilion; Susan Gerlak, New London; Kisha Haraway, Norwalk; Sarah Harrigan, Fremont; Kelly Haslage, Norwalk; Alicia Herman, Bellevue; Tabatha Mahler, Lakeside-Marblehead; Lisa Miller, Sandusky; Kelley Neill, Bellevue; Karen Ott, Norwalk; Rebecca Potts, Norwalk; Nichole Schaffer, Norwalk; Rita Scroggy Sandusky; Jeanne Taubennestler, Sandusky; Nichole Upton, Fremont; Dawn Weber, Clyde; Kellie Wilhelm, Monroeville.