CCC-Columbus Honors Midyear Graduates

January 10, 2019

Joni Ransom

Central Community College-Columbus recently recognized 46 midyear graduate candidates. They are:

Associate of Applied Science Degree

COLUMBUS: Chloe E. Lohkamp, business administration; Jan M. Zurcher, business technology; Carrie A. Lepant and Kayla L. Roumpf, early childhood education; Keanon R. Hurst, human services; and Antonio A. Bedolla Garcilazo, mechatronics;

FRIEND: Amy J. Kapperman, early childhood education;

GRETNA: Joshua J. Ellingson, welding technology;

KEARNEY: Jenna L. Robinson, early childhood education;

NORFOLK: Samantha R. Zoucha, early childhood education;

O’NEILL: Brian D. Barelmann, agricultural sciences;

SCHUYLER: Francisco J. Sanchez Bello, mechatronics;

YORK: Morgan R. Moore, early childhood education;

SAN JACINTO, CALIF.: Marlene J. Cordon, early childhood education.

Associate of Arts Degree

ARCADIA: Sheridan L. Holcomb;

COLUMBUS: Luis J. Cabanas, Austin G. Ewers, Evelyn A. Sanchez, Patricia A. Schmidt, Alissa N. Trainer and Destiny L. Van Buskirk;

JUNIATA: Garrett Sittner;

LYNCH: Kendra H. Froman.

Associate of Science Degree

CLARKSON: Mary E. Groene;

COLUMBUS: Alissa N. Trainer.

Associate Degree in Nursing

CLARKS: Rachelle R. Yoder;

COLUMBUS: Leslie L. Adame.

Diploma

AURORA: Brad A. Gross, quality technology;

COLUMBUS: Darrin A. Dubas, agricultural sciences; Gricelda D. Brabec, Miranda B. Colson, Brady E. Hanks, Matthew J. Loeffler and Neptaly A. Monterroso, business administration; Ana L. Mendoza, Yesica P. Ruiz and Martha P. Sanchez, early childhood education; and Joshua C. Brant and Levi J. Funkhouser, mechatronics;

DAVID CITY: John J. Speicher Jr., welding technology;

LINCOLN: Shane W. Kumpula, business administration, and Candy T. Lincoln, business administration;

PLATTE CENTER: Christian M. Loseke, mechatronics;

SCHUYLER: Katherine Moran, early childhood education, and Christian R. Sobota, information technology and systems;

ST. EDWARD: Bethany K. Alder, information technology and systems;

TARNOV: Tyler J. Campbell, agricultural sciences.