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ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PINNING CEREMONY

Jan. 8, 2020

 

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 ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PINNING CEREMONY

Twenty-four students recently graduated from Wharton County Junior College's ADN program. Front row, left to right, are Margery Willis of Houston, Austin Carrington of Richmond, Maritza Padron of Bellville, Jasmine Reeves of Missouri City, Karen Saldierna of Rosenberg, Michelle Lemerond of Stafford, Joanne Cortez of Houston and Bianca Ascencion of Needville. Middle row, left to right, are Duy Khang Nguyen of Houston, Amy Keo of Van Vleck, Olivia Cottle of Richmond, Shauna Squyres of Rosenberg, Jill Cantu of Richmond, Zeal Patel of Richmond, Mark Castillo of Stafford, Heather Williams of Richmond and Aimee Perez of Rosenberg. Back row, left to right, are Sahil Saheba of Richmond, Vanessa Osifo of Katy, Abbye Massey of Guy and Hannah Stork of Houston. Not pictured are Nicholas Parker of Houston, Tayler Rodgers of Richmond and Dasia White of Katy.

 

WHARTON, TEXAS – Twenty-four students have earned their Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing from Wharton County Junior College.

A pinning and lighting ceremony was held in December of 2019 at the Pioneer Student Center on the Wharton campus.

Valedictorian was Vanessa Osifo of Katy. Salutatorian was Olivia Cottle of Richmond. Both were also named to the Alpha Delta Nu Honor Society, along with Bianca Ascencion of Needville, Jill Cantu of Richmond, Austin Carrington of Richmond, Duy Khang Nguyen of Houston, Maritza Padron of Bellville, Tayler Rodgers of Richmond, Sahil Saheba of Richmond, Shauna Squyres of Rosenberg, Dasia White of Katy and Margery Willis of Houston.

Other graduates included Mark Castillo of Stafford, Joanne Cortez of Houston, Amy Keo of Van Vleck, Michelle Lemerond of Stafford, Abbye Massey of Guy, Nicholas Parker of Houston, Zeal Patel of Richmond, Aimee Perez of Rosenberg, Jasmin Reeves of Missouri City, Karen Saldierna of Rosenberg, Hannah Stork of Houston and Heather Williams of Richmond.

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