Graduates

Eastern New Mexico University
Fourty-three students from the Clovis area are among the 346 graduation candidates at Eastern New Mexico University this spring. They are Amelia Fernandez Armenta, bachelor of fine arts in art with distinction, Vicki Babilonia, bachelor of business administration in marketing and business administration, Sarah Danyelle Barger, bachelor of science in political science as summa cum laude, Breanne Joleen Black, bachelor of science in communicative disorders and religion as summa cum laude, Kara Lamonda Marie Brakey, bachelor of university studies in university studies with distinction, Marvin Edward Call, bachelor of science in wildlife and fishery science, Claudia Karime Cardenas, bachelor of arts in education in elementary education, Stephni Mae Lea Chancy, bachelor of science in psychology, Rose Alana Clark-Hitt, master of business administration in business administration, James Erwin B. Estoque, bachelor of fine arts in art as cum laude, Christopher Shane Foote, bachelor of science in communication, Denise Gates, bachelor of science in nursing in nursing, Sara Elizabeth Guastaferro, bachelor of science in early childhood education as cum laude, Angie Gutierrez-Dunsworth, bachelor of science in education in elementary education, Ashante Nichole Hammons, bachelor of art in political science, Jeremiah M. Harper, bachelor of science in art, Sara Gabrielle Hennessy, bachelor of science in education in elementary education with distinction, Adam Charles Howe, bachelor of arts in history and political science as cum laude, Nathaniel Christopher Huerta, bachelor of fine arts in art, Penny J. Huerta, master of science in communicative disorders, Tanya Lynn Hughes, bachelor of science in criminal justice, Amanda Keesee-Baize, bachelor of science in criminal justice and psychology, Daniel Sanford Landers, master of education in education, Lisa LeClear, bachelor of science in education in elementary education, Lisa L. Leos, bachelor of science in nursing in nursing as magna cum laude, Jamey F. Licata, bachelor of science in biology as magna cum laude, Celia M. Mailman, bachelor of university studies in university studies, Juan Manuel Marquez Jr., bachelor of science in political science with distinction, Tonya Denise Massey, bachelor of science in agriculture, Monica Michelle Moffitt, associate of arts in general studies, Lori M. Perkins, bachelor of business administration in accounting, Ellen Patricia Pleasant, bachelor of university studies in university studies, Greg L. Qualls, bachelor of science in religion as cum laude, Chad Tyler Reed, bachelor of science in communication, Margaret Annette Romero, associate of arts in psychology, Elizabeth Anne Rothwell, bachelor of science in education in elementary education as magna cum laude, Stefanie Lucille Sanchez, bachelor of science in criminal justice, Mary Fuller Scott, bachelor of science in physical education, Janae Dyan Thorn, bachelor of science in physical education, Sarah Adrian Walley, bachelor of science in biology as summa cum laude, Martie Watson, bachelor of science in history as summa cum laude, Debbie L. Williams, master of science in education in special education, Virginia May Wood, master of special education.

Amarillo College
Amarillo College held Commencement Ceremonies on May 14 at the Amarillo Civic Center. Local students receiving degrees or certificates are: Kimberly Ray Deaton, associate of applied science and Eloy O. Ortiz, certificate of completion.

Boise State University
Boise State University granted a bachelor of arts in elementary education degree to Sharon E. Phillips of Clovis.

South Plains College
South Plains College held its 46th commencement exercises May 14 in the Texan Dome. Local students receiving were:
Clovis: Timii Fulgham, applied rehabilitation psychology with honors, James Heath, associate degree nursing
Portales: Anne Luna, associate of applied arts degree in commercial music with highest honors.
Tucumcari: David Morris, associate of applied arts degree in commercial music.

Kansas State University
Kansas State University granted a master of science degree to Julie Rosa Emslie of Portales.