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Bethel University Announces Spring 2020 Graduates

Posted 6/23/20

McKENZIE — A total of 359 Bethel University students completed the requirements for graduation for Spring 2020.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commencement for the May graduates will take place …

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Bethel University Announces Spring 2020 Graduates

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McKENZIE — A total of 359 Bethel University students completed the requirements for graduation for Spring 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commencement for the May graduates will take place in conjunction with the August commencement on Saturday, August 1.

“Graduation is a special time,” stated Bethel University President Walter Butler. “It’s a celebration of a culmination of commitment, hard work and learning. I am so proud of these young women and men and excited for the impact that they will have in their careers, communities and families.”

Congratulations to all of the spring 2020 graduates of Bethel University.

Area graduates include:

Bruceton — Michael Campbell, College of Arts & Sciences, Associate of Science, Cum Laude

Cedar Grove — Desiree Johnson, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor Of Arts; Dillon Simpson, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude

Cottage Grove — Richard Glisson, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science

Dresden — Jim Crawford, College of Professional Studies, Associate of Science; Anne Kimbrell, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Emily Verner, College of Professional Studies, Associates of Applied Science

Gleason — Matthew Mayo, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science

Greenfield — Nicholas Herz, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude

Huntingdon — Maude Gouge, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Ashley Inman, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Richard Reeves, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Joella Todd, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science

Martin — Anita Hayslett, College of Professional Studies, Master of Business Administration; Linda Pogue, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Johana Romero, College of Arts & Sciences, Associate of Science, Cum Laude; Jamie Winstead, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science

McKenzie — Tyler Alexander, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Ashley Bush, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor Of Arts; Kevin Carrion, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Haley Collins, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Cletis Foster, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Sasha Gilbert, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude; Christian Greene, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Elyse Henderson, College of Professional Studies, Associate of Science; Kensley Horner, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude; Mildred Howland, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Joshua Keenan, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor Of Arts; Mitchell Lunn, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Sabrina McCaslin, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Charles Mitchum, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor Of Arts; Trevor Roof, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Jack Surber, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude; Cleveland Tingle, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor Of Arts; Arianna Whaley, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science

Paris — Justin Bond, College of Arts & Sciences, Associate of Science; Staranna Bratton, College of Professional Studies, Associates of Applied Science; Joseph Cooper, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor Of Arts; Bryce Liotta, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Marissa Tharpe, College of Professional Studies, Associate of Science

Puryear — Briar Ray, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science

Yuma — Jennifer Mullins, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science

Bethel University is a private, not-for-profit university affiliated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church located in McKenzie, Tenn., offering both on-campus and online courses.

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