College graduates - 21 May 2016
Kristin Hambidge, Gales Ferry.
New England Institute of Technology:
Ashley Brennan, Colchester; Luke Hosking, East Lyme; Keri Corrow, Sonya Johnson and Melissa Kallan of Gales Ferry; Matthew Adler, Cheryl Ebbinghaus, Jacob Lee, Janet Rosario-Duzant, Austin Russell and Cheryl Swimmer of Groton; Lauren Brissette, Cassy Dascomb and Penelope Donahue of Jewett City; Eric Holmgren and Andrew Carney of Mystic; Nicholas Banker, North Stonington; Blair Church, Angela Gambro and Silvia Jacobowitz of New London; William Foster and Marguerite Sargelis, Niantic; Alden Falcone, Noank; Kristina Silva, North Stonington; Jackson Bennett, Old Lyme; Joshua Miller, Old Mystic; Molly Denison, Quaker Hill; Mary Litchfield, Salem; Kathleen Murphy, Stonington; Grant Mei and Robbie Savage Jr. of Uncasville; Leslie Adams and Kelsie VanWormer of Voluntown; Tatiane Espada, Zachary Miller, Jonathan Henderson, Sean Johns and Joseph Stoy of Waterford.
Coastal Carolina University:
George Hutnan, Lisbon; Voghens Larrieux, New London.
Meredyth Joly, Lisbon.
Delaware Valley University:
Kyra Coughlin, Griswold.
Megan Gada, Bozrah; Abigail Hancock and Michelle Galindo of Niantic; James Cerino, Stonington; Aubrey O'Neill, Pawcatuck; Bridget Balosie, Old Saybrook.
Samantha Grader, Groton; Shannon O'Connor, Lisbon; Tessa Roy, North Stonington.
Missy Smith, Uncasville.
Peter Cirilli, Niantic; Julia Dettmann, Clinton; Sydne Ondreicka, Griswold.
Eastern Connecticut State University:
Daniel Allen and Kristen Ejchorszt of Baltic; Kaylei Arcangel, Bozrah; Alexander Bourez, Chester; Brett Gelino and Megan Harris of Clinton; Alex Davenport, Justin Duperry and Kristen Howe of Colchester; Robert Hart, East Lyme; Carla Alonge, Michael Branch, Jessica Costa and Jennifer Disco of Gales Ferry; Megan Barnes, Amanda Biggins, Morgan Epler, Arthur Fontaine and Sarah Greiner of Griswold; Hunter Brochu, Angelica Buono, Love Caze, David Cecil, Timika Connor, Colton Drain and Octavia Jenkins-Coleman of Groton; Christina Harmon, Jewett City; Holly Dutko, Lebanon; Amber Fugedi , Lebanon; Sandor Bittman, Ledyard; Yvette Chan, Ledyard; Tyler Edwardsen, Ledyard; Stephen Bell and Courtney Danieluk of Lisbon; Nicholas Czarnowski, Lyme; Sara Dart-Ford, Mystic; Kasseem Burch, Lee Cattanach, Robert Diaz and Annamaria Docker of New London; Mitchell Brusseau, Katherine Daneault and Karly Grillo of Niantic; Mark Grigg, North Stonington; Melquan Allen, Liz Almanzar, Idiaris Andino, Mark Baillargeon, Brooke Baton, Sonya Bauzo, Paul Bazinet, JoAnn Beguhl, Adjana Bouzi, Amy Bowen, Alia Bradley, Heather Brisson, Alezandria Brown, Stephanie Celifie, Kate Combies, Kyle Dennis, Dean Forcier, Matthew Fortin, Cassidy Gallup, Melissa Godere and Gabriel Hyde of Norwich; Sonya Beetham, Richard Bergman and Melissa Halloran of Oakdale; Mackenzie Cook, Old Saybrook; Carlita Cross, and Paul Hallinan, Pawcatuck; Caitlyn Dubreuil, Preston; Kyle Brown, Joseph Buckley, James Culbertson and Zachary Johnson of Quaker Hill; Matthew Barbaresi and Sean Chmielewski of Salem; Chelsea Brisson and Victoria Jenkins of Stonington; Kelly Barclay, Devin Bedard, Matthew Collin, Rachel Evrett and Gabriella Holder of Uncasville; Tyler Davis, Kevin DiCarlo, Christopher Gardella, Madison Gileau and Brittany Hay of Voluntown; Eddie Beltran, Leslie Bueno, Kaylee Deer, Amber Dzurenka, Daisy Garcia, Alyssa Hancock and Quiana Johnson of Waterford; Tyler Bridgewater and Connor Eastman, Westbrook.
Western Connecticut State University:
Christine Bianchi, Elizabeth Emmi, Leo Lindenauer Rode and James Zumpano of Clinton; Ryan McLaughlin and Erik Nardone of Colchester; Michael Farnsworth, Groton; Camille Kuzel and Erica Lebeau, Lebanon; Connor Thompson, Ledyard; Jessica Paige, Mystic; Mathew Greene Jr., Jason Piontkowski and Edgard Santiago of New London; Hadley Moore and Danielle Soucy of Old Saybrook; Ian O'Neill, Pawcatuck; Chelsea Aquino, Salem; Frankie Marcille, Melanie Mugavero, Lauren Stone and Beth Turley of Waterford.
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