The Norman Transcript

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May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

(Continued)

NORMAN —

74014 — Jeremy Lee Bryan, Master of Education; STEPHANIE A CONDUFF, Juris Doctor; Keana Gabrielle Dorshorst, Bachelor of Arts; Samuel W Enloe, Bach of Business Admin; Lacey B Garrison, Bachelor of Arts; Kilmyn Shae Graf, M of Fine Arts in Dance; Anthony L Gray, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Alexa Paige Hudak, BS in Education; Brandon Chase Kruse, Master of Education; Ruby L Loftin, Master of Arts; Laura Elizabeth Mock, BS in Meteorology; Olena Grygorivna Munoz, Master of Arts; Madison N Pace, BA in Journalism; Wendy Marie Pharr, Doctor of Philosophy; Janice K Rubin, BS in Industrial Engineering; Alan M Santos, Bach of Business Admin; April Michelle Schultz, BS in Education; Katlin M Seagraves, Bachelor of Arts; Shelley Rene Starnes, Master of Arts; Nicole M. Tiger, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Kendall C Walker, BS in Education; Ka’eo K Yoshikawa, Bachelor of Arts

Broken Bow

74728 — Joey D Adams, BA in Journalism; Selby Phillips Brown, Juris Doctor

Bunch

74931 — Cody L. Killer, Bachelor of Arts

Cache

73527 — Alexis S Jimenez, BS in Health and Exercise Sci

Calera

74730 — Kristi Lynn Burkhalter, Master of Human Relations

Calumet

73014 — Courtney L Reeder, Bachelor of Arts

Carmen

73726 — Megan Elizabeth Schwahn, B of Fine Arts in Art

Catoosa

74015 — Amber Nicole Haggard, Bach of Business Admin; Morgan Elizabeth Helms, Master of Social Work; Stephanie Ann Jones, BS in Education; Austin B. Lewis, B of Fine Arts in Art; Billy D Rodgers, Bachelor of Arts

Chandler

74834 — Evan Scott Fields, Bachelor of Science; Andrew David McCracken, Bachelor of Arts; Bryan C. Winn, Bachelor of Arts

Chattanooga

73528 — Megan Lyn Mefford Carothers, Juris Doctor; Tori Danielle Strecker, Juris Doctor

Checotah

74426 — Casi Maelyn Dowdy, Master of Social Work; Quaye K. Kaaihue, Bachelor of Arts; Jamie Lynn McCoy, Master of Social Work; Allyson N. Myers, Master of Education

Chickasha

73018 — Addy Jane Moon, Juris Doctor; Carrie D Phillips, Juris Doctor; Nina Marie Sichterman, Master of Education

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