Peninsula College sees 81 Sequim students graduate

Peninsula College observed its 52nd Commencement Ceremony on June 14, awarding more than 500 degrees and certificates to graduates.

Eighty-one graduates from the Sequim area include Katie Allen, Matisen Anders, Amelia Barth, Tamara Begley, Philip Bishop, Joseph Bridge, Daniel Brooks, Carrie Brown, Kyle Bryant, Sean Butler, Clancy Catelli, Stewart Cockburn, Candis Conley, Taya Dancel, Asa Davidson, Ronald Davis, Mariah Doty, Miranda  Dunlap, Gary Eddy, Christopher Enges, Brittany Fields, Sharra Flanders, Alicia Forderer, Stacy Forshaw, Tyler Forshaw, Brianna Gilles, Katiann Gilliam, Joyce Gladen, Jordan Goodman, Shane Greenwalt, Steven Higgs, Jessica Hopkins, Dwight Hoyle, Jack Hueter, Emily Jakubisin, John Kaleo, Phillip Kemp, Mary King, Grace Koenigsaecker, Trent LaCour, Zachary Langan, Christian Leigh, Jenna Leslie and Laura Lestage.

Also, Kelsie MacDonald, Stephani Mayr, Jon McHugh, Lindsey Moore, Sarah Moss, Roy Muñoz, Katie Oliver, Sebastian Ostrovsky, Brooke Parsinen, Scott Paulson, Grace Prorok, Carly Rasmussen, Heidi Redfield, Brianne Reed, Joseph Reynolds, Alexander Risk, Rickey Roberts, Susan Sanders, Elijah Sanford, Bridgette Seachris-Faunce, Anthony Sergi, Richard Stumbaugh, Joshua Sund, Annalise Thomas, Karen Thomas, Jennifer Thompson, Jason Trammell, Caitlin Trester, Whitney Trujillo, Scott Underwood, Justin VanBuskirk, Christopher Wagnon, Cortland Waldron, Jennifer Winans, Ryan Woods and Kendra Zellar.

P.C. scholars recognized

Ten Sequim-area students were among 28 scholars honored in a special ceremony on the Peninsula College campus on June 10 to recognize graduating students who have achieved the rank of a President’s Medalist.

The students are Philip Bishop, Daniel Brooks, Asa Davidson, Mary King, Grace Koenigsaecker, Sebastian Ostrovsky, Karen Thomas, Jennifer Thompson, Scott Underwood and Justin VanBuskirk.

Graduating students are eligible to receive a President’s Medal if they complete a degree having earned 45 college level credits at Peninsula College with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.85 or higher.

They received President’s Medals for scholarly excellence from Peninsula College President Dr. Luke Robins and Peninsula College Board of Trustee members during the June board meeting.


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