Marshall graduates from the Ohio Valley


HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – More than 1,100 students were awarded degrees from Marshall University Dec. 12.

The following are students from the Ohio Valley (Mason County, W.Va., and Meigs and Gallia counties in Ohio):

Mason County: Jason Cody Call, Apple Grove, bachelor of arts (magna cum laude); Heidi Leigh Creamer, Apple Grove, master of arts; Amanda Dawn Neal, Apple Grove, bachelor of fine arts (cum laude); Donald Wayne Randolph, Apple Grove, regents bachelor of arts; Jacob Mitchell Nowlin, Ashton, bachelor of science; Miranda Lea Cobb, Gallipolis Ferry, bachelor of arts (magna cum laude); Ruby Dawn Schwartz, Leon, bachelor of business administration (cum laude); Amanda Nicole Abbott, New Haven, bachelor of fine arts; Jessica Nicole Gilkey, New Haven, bachelor of science; Gabrielle Elizabeth Mankin, New Haven, bachelor of arts; Zackary Russell Ball, Point Pleasant, regents bachelor of arts; Melissa Jo Barnett, Point Pleasant, master of arts; LeEtta Rae Brillhart, Point Pleasant, bachelor of science in nursing (summa cum laude); Joseph Howard Bryan, Point Pleasant, bachelor of business administration; Daniel Preston Carney, Point Pleasant, bachelor of arts; Courtney Paige Long, Point Pleasant, bachelor of science; Jennifer Lee Marcum, Point Pleasant, regents bachelor of arts; Brandi Lee Mitchell, Point Pleasant, regents bachelor of arts; Samuel Malcolm Saunders, Point Pleasant, bachelor of business administration; Adam Lackey Schultz, Point Pleasant, bachelor of fine arts; Matthew Jacob Weddington, Point Pleasant, bachelor of business administration; Andrew Steven Williams, Point Pleasant, regents bachelor of arts.

Gallia County: Hailee Nichole Swain, Crown City, bachelor of science in nursing; Jacob Allen Brown, Gallipolis, bachelor of science (cum laude); Megan Lynn Foster, Gallipolis, master of science; Warren Browning Patrick, Gallipolis, bachelor of arts; Bryan C. Roe, Gallipolis, regents bachelor of arts; Madison M. Steele, Gallipolis, regents bachelor of arts (cum laude).

Meigs County: Austin Tyler King, Pomeroy, bachelor of science.

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