Area students graduate from the University of Findlay


FINDLAY — The University of Findlay recently held commencement ceremonies on May 4. More than 800 graduates earned doctoral, master’s, bachelor’s or associate degrees for the academic year 2018-19.

Local students include Brandon Hoy, of Ada (Master of Business Administration); Elijah Roberson, of Ada (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science); Caralee Stover, of Ada (Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Biology); Shea Watkins, of Bluffton (Bachelor of Science in Health Science, summa cum laude); Rebekah White, of Bluffton (Bachelor of Science in Animal Science); Torie Allgire, of Cloverdale (Bachelor of Science in Nursing); Nicole Kramer, of Cloverdale (Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, summa cum laude); Chance Alvarado, of Continental (Bachelor of Science in Adolescent/Young Adult/Integrated Mathematics Education and Mathematics, summa cum laude); Zefiryn Bryan, of Delphos (Master of Physician Assistant); Stephanie Honigford, of Delphos (Master of Occupational Therapy); Brittany Inkrott, of Delphos (Doctor of Pharmacy and a Master of Business Administration); Craig Klausing, of Delphos (Master of Occupational Therapy); Emily Metcalfe, of Delphos (Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education); Christopher Bruin, of Elida (Master of Science in Environmental, Safety, and Health Management); Erika Stoodt, of Wapakoneta (Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education); Britta Anderson, of Bluffton (Master of Science in Health Informatics); Krista Schimmoeller, of Fort Jennings (Master of Occupational Therapy); Casey Wehri, of Fort Jennings (Bachelor of Science in Health Science, cum laude); Andrea Bellmann, of Kalida (Master of Occupational Therapy); Andrew Krouse, of Kalida (Bachelor of Science in Biology); Samantha Kuhlman, of Kenton (Doctor of Pharmacy); Holly Averesch, of Leipsic (Bachelor of Science in Intervention Specialist Education); Paul Delgado, of Leipsic (Bachelor of Arts in Social Work); Aimee Kuhlman, of Leipsic (Master of Business Administration); Madison Pierce, of Leipsic (Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management); Beth Schroeder, of Leipsic (Master of Arts in Education); Ella Blythe, of Lima (Master of Science in Environmental, Safety, and Health Management); Lillyan Burden, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Nursing, cum laude); Lindsay Hartsel, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Business Management); Karlie Higgins, of Lima (Master of Arts in Education); Austin Lauf, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Animal Science); Alexis Long, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Accounting, magna cum laude); Charles Mericle, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Marketing); Melody Morris, of Lima (Master of Arts in Education); Sidney Roush, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Marketing); Hunter Weis, of Lima (Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education); Megan Kaufman, of New Bremen (Master of Physician Assistant); Cory Stephens, of New Bremen (Master of Arts in Education); Nathan Alt, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Business Management); Elissa Ellerbrock, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Strength and Conditioning and an Associate of Arts in Personal Training); Tyler Ellerbrock, of Ottawa (Doctor of Pharmacy); Kyle Heuerman, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science); Brent Kahle, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management); Kayla Leatherman, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Health Science, summa cum laude); Chelsea Maag, of Ottawa (Master of Business Administration); Matthew Rosebrock, of Ottawa (Master of Business Administration); Madison Stechschulte, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education, magna cum laude); Jared Tousley, of Ottawa (Bachelor of Science in Multi-Age/Health and Physical Education); Lindsay Macke, of Pandora (Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, summa cum laude); Alyssa Niese, of Pandora (Master of Occupational Therapy); Micah Johns, of Saint Marys (Master of Athletic Training); Jennifer Burnett, of Spencerville (Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, magna cum laude); Whitni Dunlap, of Van Wert (Master of Occupational Therapy); Cole Harting, of Van Wert (Master of Arts in Education); Melissa Smith, of Van Wert (Doctor of Pharmacy).

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