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May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

(Continued)

NORMAN —

Roff

74865 — Sally Lee Harrison, Juris Doctor

Roland

74954 — Howard Joseph Bartholomay, Bach of Business Admin; Maygen J. Enochs, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Alison Marie Parham, Bachelor of Arts; Brittany N Reiss, Bachelor of Arts

Rush Springs

73082 — Kelsey Lauren Walters, Bachelor of Arts

Sallisaw

74955 — Misty M. Clifton, Bachelor of Arts; Robert Fox Glander, Bachelor of Science

Sand Springs

74063 — Jeremy Ryan Archer, Bachelor of Science; Taylor D. Bartman, B of Fine Arts in Art; Jammie L Kern, BA in Liberal Studies; Alexandrea P., Logan Bachelor of Arts; Erin M Moss, Bachelor of Arts; Matthew David Niemitalo, BS in Industrial Engineering; Josephine Elsie Perigo, Master of Social Work; Timothy Michael Sisney, BS in Mechanical Engineering; Bradley L. Snider, Bachelor of Science; Jonathan Levi Stuckey, BS in Geography; Debra Louise Titus, BS in Education; Amber Marie Whisenhunt, Doctor of Philosophy; Lauren J Wimmer, Bachelor of Arts

Sapulpa

74066 — Millie E Bigler, BS in Mechanical Engineering; Emily Gormley, BA in Admin Leadership; Thomas S Liotta, Bachelor of Arts; Cody S Lowry, Bach of Business Admin; Elizabeth Ashley Rumsey, BS in Education; Cynthia D Schwickerath, BS in Education; Jessica A Schwickerath, BS in Education; Brett Gene Smith, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Matthew William Walker, Master of Science

74067 — Johnathon Kevin Lowe, Bachelor of Science; Hannah Kathryn Grace Worrall, Bachelor of Arts

Sawyer

74756 — Andrew Elias Henry, Juris Doctor

Seminole

74868 — Katherine R Colclazier, Bachelor of Arts; Dawn Rene Hardwick, Master of Social Work

Shawnee

74801 — Carol Leane Butler, Master of Arts; Danielle K. Chin, Bachelor of Science; Stephanie L Currie, Bachelor of Arts; Alexandria A. Goodnight, Bachelor of Arts; Megan E Guderian, B of Fine Arts in Art; Chia-Bao Hui, Bachelor of Arts; Jesse L. Starr, Bachelor of Science; Mason Dale Wilson, BS in Criminal Justice

74804 — Ethan J. Acock, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Jordan P Acock, BS in Computer Engineering; Garrett Tyler Ansell, Bach of Business Admin; Ryan Allen Carter, Bachelor of Arts; Anand Chandra, Bachelor of Science; Christopher M, Chapman BS in Biochemistry; Kassidy G. Cook, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Elizabeth N Haddad, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Miranda N Jackson, Bachelor of Arts; Taylor R Langley, Bach of Business Admin; Charles C Mashek, Juris Doctor; Kristy Lyn McCaskill, BA in Liberal Studies; Ashley Nicole McCray, MA in Hist of Sci, Tech, Med; James Philip Mogren, Master of Human Relations; Krishan Veerkumar Patel, Bach of Business Admin; Jordan C. Powers, Bach of Business Admin; Logan M Richardson, Bach of Business Admin; Jeff Seebeck, Bachelor of Science; Jacob P Shaughnessy, Bachelor of Arts; Adrian K Swinney, BA in Intl and Area Studies; Brette A Throckmorton, Bach of Business Admin; Neil Anthony Weathers, Bachelor of Arts; Funston William Whiteman, Doctor of Education; Whitney L Woods, Bachelor of Arts

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