St. Mary's nursing graduates pinned in graduation ceremony
HUNTINGTON -- Approximately 68 new nurses were recognized during a graduation and pinning ceremony for St. Mary's School of Nursing on Friday night at Highlawn Baptist Church.
Each year, the graduates of the school's nursing, medical imaging and respiratory care programs are recognized during the pinning ceremony. The pins symbolize their completion of nursing school.
A reception for the graduates and their families at the St. Mary's Center for Education, where the students attended classes while earning their degrees, followed the reception.
St. Mary's School of Nursing is the oldest operating nursing program in West Virginia.
This year's graduates are:
School of Nursing
Jessica Adams; Joel Adams; Kelly Ball; Kristan Belcher; Kimberly Bird; Stephanie Black; Jennifer Brumfield; John Brunetti; Tina Burroughs; Bryanna Cayton; Allison Cole; Robert Craig; Cari Finley; Paulina Gill; Chelsea Gleason; Nicole Hale; Sara Hatfield; Alexandria Hill; Ciara Johnson; Amber Jude; Brittany Kirby; Tyler Kirk; Leah Lemons; Matthew Marshall; Caleb Martin; Bryan McMillan; Aaron Moore; Sydnie Moritz; Amy Northup; James Nottingham; Kathy Pike; Mark Rees; Dana Rollins; David Sears; Christopher Setser; Robert Stout III; Samantha Stout; Jason Thompson; Brandan Tolliver; Stacey Trader; Chad Whitlatch; Stephanie Wilds; Kayla Williams; Aubrey Wilson; and Kristi Wilson.
School of Medical Imaging
Stefanie Andrews; Breanna Beckner; Terelle Cook; Haley Davis; Brittany Foley; Carlie Fyffe; Courtney Gillman; Joseph Hoback; Brittany Hann; Megan McCallister; Jessica Maynard; Katherine Moore; Stephanie Packer; Joshua Ross; Felicia Scheidler; Jameson Wellman; and Austin Williamson.
School of Respiratory Care
Heather Adkins; Mark Davis; Megan Dillon; Brandi Parsons; Courtney Schwertfeger; and Kaitlin Smith.
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