The Norman Transcript

University

May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

(Continued)

NORMAN —

74145 — Ryan M Ashrafi, Bachelor of Science; Tonya Marie Busby, Master of Social Work; Kimberly Lynette Cardwell, Master of Social Work; Ashley M Gunnells, Bachelor of Science; Laura J Hartman, M of Prevention Science; Erica Renee’ Laub, Bachelor of Arts; Lisa Dianne Meehan, B of Fine Arts in Art; Joseph P Revis, BA in Admin Leadership; Kacy David Samples, Bachelor of Arts; Diana Sanders, MA in Admin Leadership; Kaylie R Sedlacek, Bachelor of Arts; Hayley Serrins, BS in Education; MAI YIA YANG, Master of Social Work

74157 — Amber Estelle Scoggin, BS in Criminal Justice

Tuttle

73089 — Ryan Carl Aduddell, Master of Human Relations; Tyler D. Garner, Bach of Business Admin; Jared R Glass, Bachelor of Arts; James D Moffat III, BS in Computer Engineering; Shannon Kay Moomey, Bachelor of Science; Brandy N Muldoon, Bachelor of Arts; Chase M. O’Hara, BA in Journalism; Randy L Petty, Bachelor of Arts; Taylor M Porter, Bachelor of Arts

Velma

73491 — Shelby Raynea Hays, BS in Meteorology

Vera

74082 — Joshua Peter Buswell, BA in Liberal Studies

Vici

73859 — Brittany Faith Smith, Bachelor of Science

Village

73120 — Jezabel A Larez, BS in Petroleum Engineering

Vinita

74301 — Jesse C Greene, Bachelor of Arts; Morgan L. Hoover, BA in Journalism; Braidey L Soliz, M of Library and Info Studies; Cody A Wilson, BS in Industrial Engineering

Wagoner

74467 — Taylor R Bolton, BA in Journalism; Sheryl Ann Fender, BA in Journalism; William Roy Hefner, Bach of Business Admin; Chae J Mahoney, BA in Geography; Paul A. Muzljakovich, Bach of Business Admin; Natasha S Patel, Bachelor of Science; Blair Austin Smith, Bach of Business Admin

Walters

73572 — Dakota Don Anderson, BS in Construction Science; Benjamin Zachery Ototivo, Master of Education; Levi J White, Bachelor of Science

Wanette

74878 — Jessica Dawn Brumley, Doctor of Philosophy; Diana Yasmin Lara, Bachelor of Arts

Wann

74083 — Chelsea M. Benson, Bachelor of Science

Warr Acres

73122 — Abigail Victoria Peter, Bachelor of Arts

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