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Columbia College graduates its eighth class

Pictured in the front from left: Tiffany Mozdzen, Janayle Kennon, Tyhesia Hardin, Samantha Beeson, Barbara Linton, Trisha Pickett, Linda Marston, Amy Ward, Nikki Haskins, Jeanette Rios-Najera and Pam Velez. Back row from left: Heidi BruMar, Roxanne Ferrera, Timothy Davenport, Kevin Van Dusen, Scott Kubale, Donald Redman, Patrick Sablan, Chad Knight, Edward Haskins and Charles Kuehl. Eighty Columbia College students applied to graduate this year. - Courtesy photo
Pictured in the front from left: Tiffany Mozdzen, Janayle Kennon, Tyhesia Hardin, Samantha Beeson, Barbara Linton, Trisha Pickett, Linda Marston, Amy Ward, Nikki Haskins, Jeanette Rios-Najera and Pam Velez. Back row from left: Heidi BruMar, Roxanne Ferrera, Timothy Davenport, Kevin Van Dusen, Scott Kubale, Donald Redman, Patrick Sablan, Chad Knight, Edward Haskins and Charles Kuehl. Eighty Columbia College students applied to graduate this year.
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The eighth annual Whidbey Island Columbia College commencement was held June 2 at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station’s Officers Club. The following is a listing of all students that walked in graduation.

CNATTU: Samantha Beeson, bachelor of science in business administration; Chad Knight, associates of general studies. VP-10: Sade’ Chaney, associate’s of science in business administration. VAQ-135: Edward Haskins, associates of general studies. FRCNW: Charles Kuehl, associates in arts, Pamela Velez, bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in management, Amy Ward, associates of general studies. VQ-1: Tiffany Mozdzen, associates of science in business administration. VAQ-129: Trisha Pickett, associates of general studies. Base Chapel: Kevin VanDuesen, bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in management. NASWI Security: Jeanette Rios-Najera, associates of general studies. VAQ-137: Janayle Kennon, associates of general studies. CVW: Donald Redman, bachelor of science in business administration. NHOH: Timothy Davenport, associates of general studies.

Spouses: Roxanne Ferrara, bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in management, Bernadette Guevara, associates in arts, Tyhesia Roxanne Hardin, bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in accounting, Sarah Keller, bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in accounting, Julie Lovenberg, associates in arts, Linda Marston, bachelor of general studies.

Retired or separated: Heidi BruMar, bachelor of arts in history, Scott Kubale, masters of business administration, Barbara Linton, bachelor of arts in criminal justice administration, Patrick Sablan, bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in human resource management.

Civilian: Darla Henning, masters of business administration.

There were 80 students who applied to graduate this session.

 

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