The Norman Transcript


May 24, 2013

Little Axe Class of 2013 graduates

NORMAN — The Little Axe Senior Class of 2013 held its commencement exercise Tuesday evening.

Graduates include Kaleb Leroy Anderson, Christopher L. Arterberry, Nora Leigh Barnett, Kaila Rae Linn Bopp, Dalton Lynn Branch, Shannon Maree' Brophy, Nicole Ann Burkhammer, Christian Gregory Campbell, Jason Lee Champlin, Kayla Rena Ciulla, Autumn Skye Kay Colquitt, Armando Cordova III, Ryan Cole Diffee, Erik Nathan Cole Donwen, Steven Michael Dye, Tiffany Nicole Easton, Darian Rhea English, Jessica Gayle Ferrell, Stephen Curtis Fraley

Andee Danielle Frazier, Kaylie Dawn Graham, Kaitlyn Aileen-Danell Gray, Jacob Matthew Hall, Jakob Cameron Hans, Dakota James Hansen, Meghan Dawnel-Tara Hanson, Gina Dawn Harjo, Christina Louise Harkness, Stormy Ann Hinsley, Destinie Luann Holladay, Elizabeth Ann Hollin, Jacob Riley Holmes, Corey Lynn Hopson, Olivea Kathleen Horton, Amber Nichole Kendall, Gideon Michel Kill, Bryce Benjamin Koone, Bradley Kristopher Lawson, Samantha Jolene Leisinger, Megan Nicole Livingston, Candice Renee Matlock, Jessika Michelle Matthews

Reagan Taylor McDoulett, Chelsey Suzanne McKnight, Nolan Alan Newman, Holly Michelle Nix, Allison Marie Pate, Talon Tori Patterson, Amanda Kristen Pence, Nicholas Fayne Porter

Julie Alice Rakestraw, Brandon James Roemer, Ashley Nicole Shipman-Bell, Tyler Shane Simons, Erica Marie Smiley, Jeremy Fred Smith, Sara Joan Snyder, Savanna Jean Snyder, Stephen Andrew Steaveson, Kolby Jay Strange, Tyler Neal Terry, Calandra Lynn Travis, Carley Rena' VanHooser, Harlee Rae Inez Verrill, Cody Cooper Watts, Morgan Allan Webb, Cheyenne Autumm Wiley, Kelly Blake Winters, Kaitlin Cheyenne Yates.

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