St. Ambrose Graduates, 2013

Originally Posted Online: May 11, 2013, 8:27 pm
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Undergraduate degrees
Aledo —
Lauren Olson, Amy Roberge.
Annawan — Danielle Rosebeck.
Cambridge — Lacey Schmoll, Laurel Whitford.
Coal Valley — Sara Clifton.
Colona — Jessica Jacks.
East Moline — Jason Franklin, Stephanie Garner, Grant Miller, Samuel Rowe, Matthew Teijido.
Geneseo — Brittany Anderson.
Hampton — Elise Beck, Shane Ericksen, Nichole Jacques.
Hinsdale — Erin Buddig.
Illinois City — Dana Wilges.
Kewanee — Crystal Maskiewicz, Ian VanAntwerp.
Milan — Amy Bickle, Emilie Minteer, Chase Schwigen.
Moline — Justin Blondell, Laura Carson, Lisa Davila, Cole DeBlaey, Kelly Densberger, Katie Douglas, Christine Eden, Joseph Frederiksen, Edith Garcia, Dane Keim, Faith Rasmussen, Kirsten Reynolds, Zach Senger, Justine Sim, Luke Wood.
Morrison — Mollie McNitt, Kerrie Tenboer.
North Henderson — Michael Miles.
Orion — Tori Matzen, Robert McDonnell.
Prophetstown — Cassidy Foltz, Emily Mosher.
Rock Island — Marie Adams, Ann Colby-Wren, Kadie Harker, Demetria Isabel, Lance McRae, Sam Parsons, Vagif Patsiyev.
Sherrard — Samantha Herkes.
Silvis — Rachel Medina.
Viola — Courtnie Rigg.
Bettendorf —
Jacob Barker, Elisabeth Berte, Geeta Bastola, MaryJo Boddorf, Kassandra Bowden, Chelsea Carter, Michelle Cassady, Cole Chaplin, Justin DePover, Lauren Flahive, Samantha Glaser, Anna Johnson, Matthew Kraciun, Amanda Krauel, Elyse Kurtz, Timothy LaGrange, Tina Matheson, Jason McManus, Stephanie Seward, Brooke Thennes.
Blue Grass — Jesyka Bramstedt, Elizabeth Daley, Elizabeth Soltau.
Davenport — Matthew Abbott, Hannah Ambrose, Lindsay Arguello, Chelsey Bailey, Zachary Bartelt, Aaron Benson, Thomas Broders, Jacob Canright, Colin Cartee, Rachelle Castro, Mallory Cross, Kate Daniel, Samantha Dixon, Thomas Farrell, Michelle Fennelly, Victoria George, Kelcey Gilchrist, Matthew Golden, Lance Green, Lisa Griffin, Jennifer Hall, Kyle Helm, Agustina Hernandez Zavala, Elizabeth Kadavy, Kelley Keimig, Michael Kroening, Ashley Kuhn, Jennifer Lazenby, Samantha Leon, Charles Luckenbach, Sara Mainey, Kathleen McGuire, Catherine Moneysmith, Hailey Nichol, Payal Patel, Kristen Paulson, Trevor Pickinpaugh, Kelli Raap, Samantha Sass, Eric Sheahan, Brianna Simpson, Teneisha Taylor, Wanetta Tipsword, Samantha Townsend, Benjamin Weinstein.
DeWitt — Ashley Robinson.
Donahue — Allyson Balli, Kristle Connell, Jay Whitmore.
Eldridge — Kylie Cushman, Jacquelyn Daters, Taylor Everding, Jennifer Greenwood, Andrew Hanssen, Brandy McCroskey, Stephen Miller, Laikyn Schoeny.
LeClaire — Joseph Morrissey.
Long Grove — Gabriella Green.
New Liberty — Alicia Moeller.
Pleasant Valley — Jonathan Weeks.
Masters degrees
Geneseo —
Seth Spivey.
Moline — Cecelia Bauer, Lindsey Hines, Roberta Hodge, Robert Lazenby, Bette Wigand.
Morrison — Brianne Janssen, Zachary Schuler.
North Henderson — Anna Clark.
Orion — Mark Border.
Rock Island — Hana Cleaveland, Ryan Debarr, Brooke Dodge, James Huisman, Jason Jones, Samuel Payne.
Tampico — William Lemmer.
Woodhull — Lyndi Colburn.
Bettendorf — Rachelle Fitzgibbon, Robert Perfetti.
Blue Grass — Nicole Porter.
DeWitt — Cody Meier.
LeClaire — Barbara Arland-Fye, Katherine De Wall.
Muscatine — Laura Colvin, Cory Cozad, Cara Fuller, Nicole Nienhaus, Janet Sichterman.
Wilton — Angela McKiddy, Jennifer Tyler.
Doctoral degree
East Moline —
Martin Coe.

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