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CSM Celebrates 18th Winter Commencement

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CSM Celebrates 18th Winter Commencement

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) recognized 639 candidates for degrees and certificates during its 18th Winter Commencement held Jan. 19 at the La Plata Campus.

CSM President Dr. Brad Gottfried told family, friends and guests of graduates, “All of our students have stories, and all of them offer inspiration.” He noted that the evening’s graduates included examples of extraordinary perseverance and examples of overcoming challenges and the need to juggle family and/or work responsibilities, but he said that no goal is achieved without some struggle.

The college awarded 668 associate degrees and 320 certificates. Of the students receiving awards, 40 percent are from Charles County, 31 percent are from St. Mary’s County, 21 percent are from Calvert County and 8 percent are from outside the region. Close to one-fifth of all degree candidates for graduation earned a 3.5 grade point average or higher.

Associate degrees were awarded predominantly in the fields of general studies, arts and sciences and business administration, while general studies: transfer, accounting and emergency medical service-paramedic topped the list as the most popular certificates. Of the graduates, 60 percent are female. The oldest graduate is 72. The youngest is 19.

Highlights of the ceremony included keynote remarks by Emmy Award-winning television journalist Roz Plater and student speaker Andrew Hackney and the presentation of the title of Trustee Emeritus, Distinguished Service Awards and a Faculty Excellence Award.

Gottfried described several examples of students’ perseverance, including the story of graduate Morgan Lake of Bowie, who made headline news in 2013 when a truck pushed her car off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and she managed to survive. To recover, Lake had to take two years off from her studies at CSM. But she came back and finished, finally earning an associate degree in communication. “She clearly is an inspiration to all of us,” Gottfried said.

 

Gottfried also noted that some of the graduates were already enjoying the success earned by their CSM degree, mentioning that one graduate wasn’t attending the ceremony because he had already begun a new job and was in Italy for a month of all-expenses-paid training.

Oldest Graduate

Thomas Kettelle, 72, of Lexington Park earned an associate degree in arts and sciences with an AA emphasis, an associate degree in arts and sciences with an arts and humanities emphasis and an associate degree in arts and sciences in history.

“I’ve enjoyed CSM,” Kettelle said. Taking courses “keeps my mind sharp.”

 

Kettelle’s business card identifies him as “professional student.” He started college seven years ago, when he was 65. In 2009, Kettelle earned an associate degree in general studies from CSM and a bachelor’s degree in social science from University of Maryland University College (UMUC) in 2014. He has continued taking courses from UMUC concurrently with his CSM coursework and is aiming to earn a bachelor’s degree from UMUC in history by the end of 2020. After that? He’s thinking maybe a master’s in education.

“The beauty of going to college for me is keeping involved,” he said. Kettelle particularly appreciates the opportunity to take courses online, he said, because he has some mobility issues after four back operations and a hip replacement.

 

Before his career as a professional student, Kettelle worked for the U.S. Navy Department for more than 30 years and served active duty in the U.S. Army, in the Naval Reserves and the District of Columbia Air National Guard. He is a former marathoner and triathlete and is the father of one son and one grandson.

Youngest Graduate

While there are two dozen Winter Commencement graduates who are 19, Jake DeLozier of Budds Creek is the youngest, having only celebrated his 19th birthday in November. DeLozier earned an associate degree in business administration at CSM. Starting this spring semester, he will continue his studies at Towson University, where he plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in business, with a concentration in finance.

One of the most helpful experiences he had during his time at CSM, he said, was a semester working as a student assistant at the college, which gave him real-world work experience and expanded his network of contacts. “The job taught me to speak to people more professionally,” he said.

Keynote Speaker, Award-winning Journalist Roz Plater

The evening’s keynote speaker was Emmy Award-winning television journalist Roz Plater. She spoke about the ups and downs of her 22-year career that included work in two of the country’s top-10 markets, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. However, she noted that her success had periods that seemed like insurmountable setbacks. “My career almost didn’t happen,” Plater said. “And I had to jumpstart it again and again and again.”

She encouraged the students to be persistent in chasing their dreams and not let challenges keep them from their goal. “Sometimes you fall down. Sometimes you get knocked down. It doesn’t matter how you got down there. It matters that you fight to get back up,” she said. For more on Plater, visit bit.ly/CSMDgradspeaker.

Student Speaker

Student speaker Andrew Hackney, 21, of Mechanicsville earned an associate degree in general studies with honors and a certificate of general studies: transfer with honors. And he did it all debt-free.

At the Jan. 19 ceremony, Hackney, who was solely responsible for paying for his college education, spoke about his resolve to avoid debt and encouraged his fellow graduates planning to continue their education to pursue scholarship assistance. Scholarships “lifted a huge burden” off his shoulders, he said, and allowed him to focus on his studies.

He encourages other students to take advantage of the multiple scholarship opportunities that are available. “They’re all out there,” he said. “You just need to take the time to apply for them.”

Trustee Emeritus Status Awarded

During the ceremony, former trustee James K. Raley Jr. was awarded emeritus status. He served two full terms in his position as trustee of the college, from 2000 to 2010, and as board chair from 2007 to 2010. Raley was noted for his significant contributions serving on the hiring committee for current President Gottfried and his service on the St. Mary’s County Advisory Council and many other endeavors.

Raley was appointed a trustee by then-Maryland Governor Parris Glendening. He was the first representative from outside Charles County to be selected from among the board’s trustees for the board’s top leadership position in 2007.

Trustees’ Distinguished Service Awards

CSM’s Trustees Distinguished Service Award was bestowed on three champions of the college during the commencement ceremony, Michael and Liz Chiaramonte and Marianne Harms. “This award is given to our partners and supporters of the college in recognition of their impact on our students and our community,” said Trustee Chair Dorothea Smith.

The Chiaramontes, including Michael’s late father, Dr. Francis P. Chiaramonte, donated $1 million to the CSM Foundation, which was the largest cash gift during the college’s 50th anniversary campaign. Their donation supported more than 140 scholarships and STEM and health science initiatives at the college. Michael Chiaramonte was also instrumental in creating the new Entrepreneur and Innovation Institute and helped with $280,000 in funding.

Harms announced a $1 million gift this past fall, the John E. and Marianne Harms Endowed Scholarship Fund, in memory of her late husband. Her gift is the largest combined gift given to the college’s current $10-million “Make an Impact Campaign,” which will culminate in 2018 with CSM’s 60thanniversary.

Annual Faculty Excellence Award Honoring Adjunct Faculty

The Annual Faculty Excellence Award Honoring Adjunct Faculty was awarded to Denise Snee from the Languages and Literature Division. In the presentation of the award, Professor Mike Green described Snee as a teacher who excels at engaging students and addressing individual needs. Green read from a reference about Snee provided by a colleague.

“Ms. Snee is incredibly gifted and dedicated to the students,” he read. “She knows them by name after the first class. She walks among them, sits down with them, engages in their lives, and pulls them aside, all to interject herself as an active teacher to lift the students. Her classes are engaged, alert, ready, and fun … She is a star.”

Nursing Recognition Ceremony

During the nursing recognition ceremony held earlier in the day to honor the program’s 49 newest graduates, Elisa Swift of Waldorf was recognized with the CSM Health Sciences Division Academic Achievement in Nursing Award, given to the graduate with the highest grade point average in the nursing class. Swift said she plans to apply for admission to the University of Maryland to continue her education by pursuing a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Eventually, she plans to earn a master’s degree also. She is interested in pediatric nursing.

Allen Tengco of Waldorf was recognized with the CSM Health Sciences Division Achievement in Nursing Award, presented to the graduate who demonstrates academic achievement, clinical competence, community service and leadership potential. One of only four men in the nursing program, Tengco plans to continue his nursing education, work full time as a registered nurse and eventually become a nurse practitioner.

Members of this class of nursing students selected Kara Leonard, 35, of Lexington Park as the student speaker at the nursing recognition ceremony. The mother of three children, ages 11, 9 and 7, Leonard is married to a retired U.S. Marine, and has already had success in two previous careers, first as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C., and later as a personal trainer. About two years ago, Leonard sensed that it was time for a change in her life, she said. She didn’t feel fulfilled in her work. She became convinced that nursing was the best new direction for her. She speaks passionately about the experience of training for this new career and about the camaraderie that nursing students build during that training.

During her remarks, Leonard spoke of the concept of time in our lives and the choices we make in using our time. “Our courageous answer [to how we will use our time] is to use our time serving others,” she said. “We are warriors for the sick, the scared, those who can’t fight for themselves … Let us now have the courage to put our passion to work.”

Commencement coverage will be available at the online newsroom, news.csmd.edu. For photos from commencement and the Nursing Recognition Ceremony, visit http://csmphoto.zenfolio.com/17jangrad.

For information about the college, call 301-934-7765 or 301-870-2309, 240-725-5499 or 443-550-6199, Ext. 7765, or visit www.csmd.edu.

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N.B. For these photos and extended captions, see http://csmphoto.zenfolio.com/jan2017captions.

2017 Winter Commencement Candidates for Graduation

 

The following students were recognized as candidates for associate degrees, certificates or letters of recognition at the 18th Winter Commencement ceremony:

 

Maryland

 

Anne Arundel County

Crofton

Takia Allana Johnson

 

Deale

Shelby Marie Miklousich

 

Baltimore City

Corey Charles Wright

 

Baltimore County

Glen Burnie

Kyle Matthew Blazer

 

Calvert County

Barstow

Elizabeth A. Scheidegger

 

Chesapeake Beach

Jessica Ruth Baker

Jordan M. Brien

Emily Ann Green

Lauren A. Hall

Kasey Michelle King

Kaitlyn Ann Lane

Sean L.  Meehan

Kaitlyn M. Morrone

Ginalisa M. Mostert

Faith O.M. Peter

Courtney Breann Roby

Jocelyn Camille Torney

 

Dowell

Nancy F. Robinson

 

Dunkirk

Rachel M. Baker

Joshua Riley Bond

Derek Charles Boyle

Lauren S. Cross

Samantha Lynne Culver

Sarah Elizabeth Denavas

Kenderek Berton Ostlund

Teara V. Smith

Zachary R. Snyder

Matt J. Sweeney

Victoria Rose Tucker

 

Huntingtown

Emily Alexis Bailey

Wendy Jo Brown

Taylor Ann Danford

Sepideh E. Farahani

Angel C. Farrell

Angela L. Feeser

Taylor R. Hamby

Barbara Diane Hance

Steven P. Hemmer

Steven T. Hogenson

Kenneth G. Howard

Adam A. Jiroun

Kiley Renee King

Laura McCrory

Alexander Dean Newman

Vu Ana Nguyen

Kelsie A. Rocks

Rebecca Mariah Seek

Jessica L. Vaden

Lisa Renee Wood

 

Lusby

Julia Claire Arndt

Devin T. Baranoski

Katina Diane Black

Jessica Lynn Busey

Jordyn Taylor Callahan

Jennifer Lynn Claggett

Caroline Susan Dehaven

Danielle Ann Eldredge

Lucas Perry Foltz

Michael John Frawley

Kyran R. Gibson

Danielle Elaine Gilbert

Corrine Alysse Hickin

Brandon James House

Anthony D. Jefferson

Meagan Renee’ Jenkins

Kevin Nathan Johnson

Carolyn P. Jones-Slappy

Samuel Logan Kuss

Chermane O. Mason

Jacob Richard Moore

Jeri Lynn Mumper

Sonny Le Hien Nguyen

Keira D. Patterson-Rice

Perry Albert Publico

Jeffrey Scott Radford

Jared Michael Raley

Andrew S. Rogers

Samantha Karen Roland

Samantha Lee Romba

Nicholas Gray Sarachene

Courtney Ardythe Shannon

Tracy R. Thompson

Benjamin C. Tilley II

Jacob Michael Tomasik

Elizabeth J. Wallish

Christine Marie Welch

Carole Ann Weller

Kristina Mariah Wright

 

North Beach

Trevor J. Hartness

Fatima Carolina Quintana

Jessica L. Tyrrell

 

Owings

Cassidy Lauren Aley

Katie Roselaine Giunta

James Rosser Hemry

Nathan John Hepp

Cheyenne M. Hook

Allison M. Lisko

Stephanie Elizabeth Marceron

William Cody McKenny

Steven K. Morris

Shawn Patrick Murphy

Michael Patrick Naecker

Olivia R. O’Kane

Andrew D. Rexroth

Taylor Marie Sampson

Ashley Nicole Scaggs

Meagan Ann Smith

Hilda T. Wren

 

Port Republic

Joshua Martin Conn

Lisa Swadley Hurley

Hannah Leigh Monroe

Lexi Y-Van Nguyen

 

Prince Frederick

Courtney Anne Curtis

Zachary S. Day

Jennifer Nicole Findley

Sean Everrett Frost

Samuel P. Green

Shelby E. Heilig

Amanda Lea Higgs

Molly Christine Inglett

Joseph Edward Kemp

Mario Maldonado IV

Anna Marie Matullo-Miller

Marilynn Hancock McNulty

Nicolia Ceara Paupaw

Daniel T. Prince

Collin D. Shenk

Rusha Shrestha

Justin D. Skinner

Kyle Joseph Toepfer

 

Saint Leonard

Leo Almony

Erin Flora-Jean Donnelly

George John Guethlein

Amanda Nicole Heiber

Noah Alexander Heintze

Ashley Marie Nicol

Jamie Marie Rice

Olivia Camille Turner

Brandi Lynne Wightman

 

Solomons

Bridgette Ann Vandenbossche

 

Sunderland

Brooklyn Christine King

Morgan Jade Lake

Kelsie Leanne Phillips

Jeannie Viola  Plater

 

Charles County

Bel Alton

Jacob Ronald Allard

Cathryn Ann Boggs

Stephanie M. Finley

Joshua A. Gragan

William C. Hicks  V

 

Benedict

Michael Curtis Wagner

 

Bryans Road

Vernon Lewis Lacy Sr.

Jhonathan Merida-Gutierrez

 

Cobb Island

Ashley Nicole Cox

Kathryn Harrison James

Katherine Frances Godwin

Faith O.M. Peter

Bonnie R. Ragland

 

Faulkner

Jonathan F. Langley

 

Hughesville

Terry G. Carter

Kristin Anne Cleaveland

Taylor Helene Clomax

Latoya Watkins Gray

Alexander Charles Hall

Edward Eugene Kline Jr.

Barbara Lemay

Jacob Aaron McElhaney

Georgia Denise Neil

Lawrence Odiri Oghogho

Beau William Sanders

 

Indian Head

Michael V. Ausby

Tranay L. Bell

Gloria Jean Boyd-Graninger

Monique Lashay Harrison

Ronda L. Jacobs

Amanda Lee Leonard

Steven Michael Noderer

Kristen Rose Smith

Ayanna Simone Surratte

Mallory Ann Tevis

Jazmine M. Thomas

Phil K. Thompson

Syiassa Chablee Washington

Jamiya R. Wigenton

Anthony Levon Williams

 

La Plata

Muqarrab Ahmed Abdullah

Dalton Garrett Adkins

Cameron Tyler Ayers

Christine Marie Bailey

Jennifer Lynn Bivens

Chelsea Leilani Brown

Dakota Wesley Brown

Leslie C. Cates

Thomas D. Chen

Brittany Alice Cobey

Constance Clairice Coggins

Chelsea M. Conger

Emmanuel Ray Cortez

Lyndsey Renee Cumberland

Jill A. Davis

Richard W. Dunphy III

Benjamin Lee Donald Ebel

Kyle Logan Fugate

Mary Jane Garner

Sara Nicole Garner

Dylan Christopher Garza

Kelsey Marie Hartley

Michael James Hoffmaster

Limuel Hunter IV

Dawn R. Jenkins

Anita R. Johnson

Haleigh Allison Jowett

John B. Kirscht Jr.

James Peter Kushner Jr.

Tyler Justine Lee

Dustin A. Luehe

John T. Major

Deborah McClain

Taylor Renee Morris-Bates

Luke John Mushak

Lissa A. Nackley

Philip Patrick Parry

Elizabeth Marie Patterson

Caitlyn Rachel Roberts

Aaron M. Ruffo

Anastasia Christina Saldana

Courtney Ellen Shaw

Victoria Lynn Willett

Samantha Autumn Wright

Samantha Lynn Labanowski

Shelby R. McNair

Kaitlin Marie Walls

Benjamin Alan Walter

 

Marbury

Tiffany A. Puffenbarger

 

Mechanicsville

Mario Lee Coleman

 

Nanjemoy

Allison R. Beyer

 

Newburg

Courtney Laine Delph

Kyle R. Edelen

Denise Ann Leaman

Sarah Catherine Persinger

James Bradley Porzillo

Charles Thomas Reilly

Christl Anne Saunders

 

Pomfret

Richard W. Bamberger

Andrew R. Boenig

Nigel Sylvester Brown

Deanna Lynn Huntt

 

Port Tobacco

Angela Nicole Bailey

Georgette S. Beason

John A. Coller

Rebecca Lynne Cordero

Adrian Leslie Gomes Jr.

Paula Maria Diana Sorrells

Kyle C. Wagner

 

Swan Point

Monica Trevino Emrick

 

Waldorf

Micaela D. Ada

Javita Shanise Addison

Sarah S. Adeyanju

Charnita Arnice Allen

Mohammed Ali

Maryam Aqeel

Kenneth Nico Ashline

Krista DeAnn Ayers

Atira Christine Best

Samantha Raye Boland

Jill M. Bowling

Andrew Todd Braun

Agnes Theresa Brawner

Ashton W. Brown

Alyssa D. Brown

Katie Ann Burdick

Joelle Zakiya Bush

Amber Nicole Cabbell

Leeann J. Charpentier

Dominique Antoinette Cheek

Elijah B. Cox

Rachel Nicole Crouch

Sambhav Devkota

Jeffrey Loren Dewberry

Crystal Lynn Dodge

Scott L. Dulebohn

Brad Christian Egner

Dominic V. Escorpeso

George Timothy Estevez

Stasha A. Foushee

Milton A. Galvanlam

David H. Graham

Laura E. Grantham

Austin Jaron Green

Tiffany Harvey

Kehle Renee Hatch

Sandra L. Hawkins

Destinee L. Hicks

Dylan Peter Hoey

Sharon Angelique Hogan

Shonna Aisha Holmes

Brea Dominique Howell

Deborah E. Hudson

Jeanette M. Jacobs

Terell W. Johnson

Nicole R. Kearney

Alexander R. King

Brenda Ann Larkins

India M. Larry

Vah Le Nook

Patrice Nicole Lee

Caroline Marie Leng

Christina Marie Locker

Ocie L. Lowery

Daniel S. Martin

Nicole Frederica Matthews

Misharah Donise Matthews

Jessa Ariane Aguilar Mayo

Jessica Lynn Meinhardt

Ronald George Meris

Chaledia Nicole Miller

Deborah Q. Mitchell

Kayla Lavon Moore

Chelsea Ann Moran

Amber Karcelia Nelson

Sarah Alicia Nueslein

Sabat Taner Omer

Justin T. Onwuegbu-Guy

Olivia Lorraine Outlaw

Matthew C. Owens

Meghaben Kishorbhai Patel

Qiana Jaunice Pearson

Bettie Louise Phillips-Jackson

Samantha Cay Pontorno

Bunni Proctor

Kashif R. Proctor

Tamea N. Proctor

Trevon Markel Rascoe

Taylor M. Riley

Jasmyn Renae Robin

Erica Megan Royal

Gian Karlo Bo Santos

Ralph Jerome C. Santos

Sydney T. Schultz

Miranda D. Scoggins

Melinda W. Scott

Kevin Christopher Sherlock

Isiah J. Smith

LaPria Denise Smith

Joi Amae Sullivan

Elisa C. Swift

Arlicia Shauntae Taylor

Allen Jose Tengco

Kristi Anne Tewell

Brianna  Patricia Thomas

Torrence Nathallen Thomas

Matthew A. Thompson

Rebecca Danielle Thompson

Stephani L. Troese

Katie Anne Turner

Eduardo J. Umana

David A. Vance

Gabriel Augustin Vera

Patrick Michael Vest

Zoila M. Vidal

Jerry Wade

Brian Jacob Walker

Lisa M. Walker

Lashae Natera Walker

Ashley Tyann Warren

Laura Anne Waselewski

Daniel E. Watkins Jr.

Sarah Anne Balsley Wetmore

Frances Marcella Whitehead

Thaimarah R. Whitehead

Kevon C. Wilbon

Christopher D. Williams

Matthew L. Williams II

Jarred Michael Willis

Dominique Matthew Wilson

Tiffany J. Wise

Patrick M. Yanusz

Tamara Janel Yates

Zachariah E. Younan

Samantha A. Zabel

 

Welcome

Emily Bryant Attick

Kristen N. Conyers

Dorothy Susan Davis Willing

 

White Plains

Dymond T.  Blount

Lanequa C. Edwards

Genea R. Fountain

Jason Levin Hardesty

Katelyn A. Harold

Ashanté Jelan Holloman

Shannon J. Janes

Miguel Antonio Johnson

Tiffany A. Keesee

Justin Vijai Nguyen

Sarah M. Perillo

Gary R. Pomrenke

Chyanne M. Rowe

Kourtney Lynn Sam

William Lee Styles

 

Montgomery County

Germantown

Brittany Cierra Reyes

 

Prince George’s County

Accokeek

Melissa Banchs

Gary Alexander Alejo Crisostomo

Benjamin Garrett Edwards

David John Mannion Jr.

Gerai D’Asia Milliner

Kayla Nicole Reynolds

 

Berwyn Heights

Andre N. Turner

 

Brandywine

Matthew Christopher Allshouse

Jon Deemer-White

Natasha Xavier Escamilla

Crystal Lee Finamore

Kiya Harrison

Christopher M. Henry

Karen Leslie Ross

Brandon Marshall Woods

 

Clinton

Antonio Terrell Fogg

Erica Lynn Jones

John Lynyrd Sison

 

 

District Heights

Rashard N. Weaver

 

Fort Washington

Almamy Alim Bangura

Matthew Stephen Barbour

Emerson Bernard Blue

Jefferson D. Cuya

Kayla Marie Epps

Amber Nicole Moon

 

Joint Base Andrews

Rebecca Lee McPherson

 

Suitland

Hassan William Stanback

 

Upper Marlboro

Raven Lanaer Bob

Jennifer Elizabeth Breen

Alexis C. Jones

Maleik Ray Lewis

David Cary Meinhardt Jr.

 

St. Mary’s County

 

Abell

Stuart D. Cortinas

Charity K. Dickerson

 

Avenue

Darrell Francis Erskine

Kimberly Nicole Raley

 

Bushwood

Meaghan T. Bailey

 

California

Erik Robert Bazyk

Amanda Elizabeth Buckenmeyer

Kaitlyn Lianna Callander

Nathaniel Charles Carr

Lisa M. Dzialoski

Patrick W. Farbizio

Maxwell B. Gaston

Emily Noelle Gilroy

Kristin Michelle Greenwell

John Salvadore Grego III

Kevin Michael Grisez

Tyler B. Hildreth

Karen D. Hudgins

Sarah M. Joyce

Ute Keeran

Shaneka N. Lloyd

Alexander N. Lommel

Christopher O’Gara Nugent

Christine Wojciechowski Penman

Bethany Lynn Rainey

Eric O. Shurn

Brant J. Theesen

Cory Michael Wathen

Gregory T. Williams

Tyler Justin Williams

 

Callaway

Darrielle D. Goins

Willis M. Leavitt

Cathleen L. Perez

 

Chaptico

Karly Jo Thompson

Jessica L. Vaden

Kyle M. Washington

 

Charlotte Hall

Jake Elliott Delozier

Michael J. Donohue

Gregson L. Haynes Jr.

Austin James Lawrence

Joseph P. Rhoads

Tina Diane Roach

Adam Weimer

 

Clements

Emily Anne Davis

Emmilee Lynn Guy

Emily L. Knott

Ashlynn Marie Register

Megan C. Tucker

 

Coltons Point

Haley Marie Payne

 

Dameron

McKenna Lee Fischer

William Kolson Kenney

Robert Dylan Lowmiller

 

Drayden

Tyler Scott Kleinschmidt

James Edward Warnick

 

Great Mills

German Albalopez

Rebecca Louise Byrnes Calvert

Sidi Chleuh

Jose Sebastian Cortes

Alexander Christopher Jarboe-Crandall

Erica Kay Elliott

Shannon Faye Graner

Terel L. Hagan

Caitlin Alexandra Hamlet

Takisha Renee Jones

Coltyn Eric. Morland

Michael Shaun Nicholson

Telia Renee Savoy

Zachary T. Sieg

Alexander R. Sieg

Riley Nichole Stanton

Jennifer Linette Taylor

Caleb John VanDenBos

 

Hollywood

Kelsey Jean Bender

Joanna  Bennett

Thomas J. Brick Jr.

Sarah Nicole Carroll

Lauren Christine Combs

Robin Lea Combs

Christopher David Drury

Mary Leni Dziedzic

Brianna Christine Foster

Carlee Michele Gittings

Elizabeth G. Johnson

Montana Rae Joy

Sean Theodore Lowthert

Zachery A. Miles

Antwan Cory Montgomery

Robert Charles Osborne

Haley Ann Page

Nolan Scott Stewart

Crystal Marie Vause

Emily Jean Vause

Emily Jean Vause

Rachel Alyse Ward

Robert Benjamin Wilson

 

Leonardtown

Megan Lynn Anderson

Veronica Catherine Breck

Aaron Patrick Buckler

Ny’lyjah A. Cain

Russell J. Camaioni

Gary Lee Corley Jr.

Terry L. Montague Delahay

Cody John Galgano

Melissa Gonzalez

Justin Matthew Hartley

Su Lay Khin

Devin Joseph Kimmey

Cameron M. Lloyd

Samara C. Loss

Lauren Ashley Luskus

Jena Lee Martin

Nathan A. Massie

Zachery E. Mooney

Aaron Riley Mortensen

Christen C. Ries

Hannah Jane Schneider

Jared Rafael Singleton

Matthew Russell Wasinchism

Alex J. Yuen

Leanna R. Zimmerman

 

Lexington Park

Maria D. Abad

Jennifer Leigh Anthony

Sarah Noel Beall

Jocelyn C. Carter

Jennifer Lee Clopper

Christopher Carmine Denisco

Amber Leah Drill

Anthony Dubuque

Joey Fernandez

Schyler Mackenzie Firestien

Sydney Elizabeth Hale

Maija L. Harris

Raymond Burke Hawes

Marria J. Hernandez-Chacon

Laura Alexandrea Hill

Ryan Scott Hoschar

Kevin S. Kelp

Thomas W. Kettelle

Alyssa Noell Lawson

Kara K. Leonard

Christina M. Lynn

Joshua Bryan Mackall

Jennifer Faith Nusbaum

James Ernest Pollock

Joseph Devan Pulliam

Lauren Elizabeth Robinson

Yhamira Nadine Santiago

Stacie Lynn Seskar

Noell Cara Siegel

Elizabeth Anna Spindler

Jessica Sarah Swecker

Jamar A. Winder

Justin N. Workman

 

Mechanicsville

Kaitlin Elizabeth Benitz

Richard E. Brinkley II

Taylor A. Burns

Cal R. Carpenter

Dartanyun S. Clark

Birttany Faye Coon

Tara Lynn Edinger

Victoria Bailey Fitzgerald

Sean D. Goldsborough

Andrew Curtis Hackney

Brittany M. Hancock

Afton Alexandra Hauer

Jade Alexis Hendrix

Angela Marie Hill

Christophor W. Hillyard II

Kylee Shea Holl

Christopher G. Isenberg

Michael A. Landmann Jr.

Rachel Kaitlen Lewis

Wesley Melvin Linn Jr.

Amanda J. Logan

Bryan L. Mackerman

Sarah M. Mains

Michael Austin Mattingly

Kelly Elise McLaughlin

Ciara Jade McMullen

Tia Leigh Melanson

Casey Valen Miller

Tyler Kidd Morgan

Cynthia Michelle Murphy

Alexandra Mallen Murphy

Amber Neumer

Renee Lynn Norleen

Brihanna L. Norris

Christopher P. Pallo II

Rebecca I. Payne

Kaitlin Michelle Judge Phippen

Destiny Nicole Proctor

Lucia Rose Raley

Jessica Ann Spohn

Brittany Ayn Thomas

Ray Ann Tiede

Erin Lee Wetzel

Ross Conrad Wrabley

 

Patuxent River

Robert A. Harvey

Sara Suzanne Patton

Michael K. Whisler Sr.

 

Out of State

 

Florida

Jacksonville

Justin Corey Greene

 

Pensacola

Jennifer Lee Faircloth

 

Hawaii

Kalilua

Samuel T. Bishop

 

Louisiana

New Iberia

Pagual Renae’ Boutte

 

Ohio

Leavittsburg

Heather Lee Reid

 

Missouri

Festus

Cheryl Ann Wiegert

 

North Carolina

Charlotte

Alexander J. Young

 

Raleigh

Eula Jean Cannon

 

South Carolina

Mt Pleasant

Lisa Carroll Perkins

 

Myrtle Beach

Brandy Marie Hayden

 

FPO/AE

Eugenia Natalia Srodowski

 

Texas

Grapevine

Nicklaus Andrew Taylor

 

Virginia

Alexandria

Tamatha E. Thomas

 

Goochland

Nicklaus Andrew Taylor

 

King George

Nicole Susan Hall

Cody F. Hight

Frankie L. Roberson

 

Norfolk

Alexander P. Lucero

 

Stafford

Jordan Lee Stramer

 

Washington, D.C.

Lashawn D. Brown

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