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December 2017 Grads

Published on January 3, 2018

A big State Tech Congratulations to all our December graduates.

Adam Patrick Archer
Sarah Ellen Baird
Andrew Charles Bennett
Bretton Dwayne Browning
Andrew Nolan Carter
Tyler Claypool
Kyle Robert French
Duncan O’Donovan Green
Michael Ray Hickerson
Kelsie Mae Hinson
Taylor Scott Kent
Carson Jacob Kramer
Tyler James Lee
Micheal Robert Lewis-Wehmer
Alejandro Marquez, Jr.
Sheldon Linn McDow
Katlyn Lee Ottolini
Brice C. Patton
Melanie Lynn Rains
Benjamin Mitchell Raithel
Daniel Gerard Rolwes
Forrest Harrell Sardis
Dustin Ray Sauter
Patrick Ryan Schertzer
Grant William Stuecken
Wesley James Titus
Brian Joseph Toettcher
Kody Dean Uhlich
Aaron Kent Verduin
Chase M. Wait
Samuel Roger West
Bailey Justin Wildman
Charles Austin Wilson
Jerry L. Woods

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