Mobile Area Residents Among UA Graduates

  • May 6th, 2005

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama is awarding some 2,400 degrees at joint May-August commencement ceremonies to be held May 6-7 in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Sela Ward, award winning actress and UA alumna, will be the featured speaker. Ward, best-known for her television roles as Lily Sammler on “Once and Again” and Teddy Reed on “Sisters,” is a 1977 graduate of the UA College of Communication and Information Sciences.

Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, will give the commencement address for the UA Law School.

With this graduating class, UA will have awarded more than 193,000 degrees since its founding in 1831 as the state’s first public university.

The following students from the Mobile area are listed as candidates to receive degrees:

JURIS DOCTOR DEGREE

ANDALUSIA- Erin Leslie O’Kane

FAIRHOPE- Alexander N. Gerogiannis

GREENVILLE- Shenavia Lasha Baity

MOBILE- Andrew Brent Freeman, Bradley Flynn Hayes, Alison Baxter Herlihy, Alison Kelley Hudlow, Brian Joseph Kane, John Cleveland Miller III, Jenny Marie Parker, John Day Peake III

MONROEVILLE- William John Coxwell

SATSUMA- Bryan Eugene Comer

SPANISH FORT- Carrie Elizabeth Vaughn

THEODORE- Thomas Matthew Loper

MASTER’S DEGREE

ANDALUSIA- Kristen Renee Messick

ATMORE- Charles Amon Maguire, Arthur Noland Mothershed

BREWTON- Lawrence Richard Lynn Jr.

BUTLER- Bonnie Jean Faile

CAMDEN- Teresa Ann Woods

CHICKASAW- Amy Nicole Head

DAPHNE- Tehra Lynn McClellan, Brenda Dawn Rogers

DEMOPOLIS- Meredith Lindbergh Giles, Robert Alan Stamback Jr.

EIGHT MILE- Schernavia Marshee Hall

FLORALA- Kristin Andrea Donaldson

GROVE HILL- Larry Tyler Bagley

GULF SHORES- Braxton Henry Maddox

MOBILE- Jillian Michele Angell, Nathan Samuel Baughn, Emily Claire Sebastian

SARALAND- Karen Joy Jordan

THEODORE- James David Brinson

BACHELOR’S DEGREE

ANDALUSIA- Jessica Brooke Kelley

ATMORE- Martha Elizabeth Dees, James Bernard Etheridge, David A. McGhee, Heather Nicole Quimby

BAY MINETTE- Mary Jordan Beasley, Lindsey Asterman Mosley, Lisa Marie Simmons, Meagan Julianne Stewart

BREWTON- Kathryn D. Barnette, Brandon Tyler Burkett, Donielle P. Dubose, Joellen Madden

BUTLER- Courtney Aleece Hutchinson, Jennifer Elizabeth Kelley

CHICKASAW- Desiree Diane Adams, Jeffrey Bryant Hanson

CITRONELLE- Kristina M. Bedgood, Kevin L. Loper, Thomas James Waters

COY- Shanneko Lashay Byrd

CREOLA- Krista Danielle Stringer

DAPHNE- Emily Elizabeth Campbell, Michael Brad Edwards, Kelly Irene Matthews, Salia Latoria McMillan

DAUPHIN ISLAND- Hunter Lendon Elmore

DAYTON- Mary Katherine Poole

DEMOPOLIS- Matthew Clarence Champion, Robert Whitman Howell, Emily Collins Turner

DIXONS MILLS- Jonathan Andrew Strickland

EAST BREWTON- Andrew Keith Hamric

EIGHT MILE- Jarrod Dante Williams

ELBERTA- Charlton Paige Dennison

FAIRHOPE- Charles Reynolds Anderson, Justin Paul Givens, George Patrick Guy, Walter Austin Lacey, Katherine Sungmee Lee, Corey Bennett Lipscomb, Holly C. Murray, Erin Whitney Richardson, Harriet E. Sanders, Christine Marie Scott, Robert Allen Trione

FAUNSDALE- Tillman Ray Lewis

FLOMATON- Cedrick Lamar Burt, Tracey Rene Conway

FOLEY- Kristin Brooke Allen, Rebecca Belle Baker, Amanda R. Bell, John Blakeley Ellis, Thomas Louis Ripp Jr., Erica L. Wilson

FRISCO CITY- Sarah V. Sawyer

FURMAN- Angela Denise Bogan

GILBERTOWN- Betsy Leah Pearson

GRAND BAY- Morgan L. Kennedy

GREENVILLE- Shinett Nekol Boggan, Andrew Ellington Spears

GROVE HILL- Emily Dyan Clarke

GULF SHORES- Jason M. Eberly, Edgar James Files III, Sean Hanson O’Donnell, Jennifer Erin Rankin

IRVINGTON- Kimberly Andrea Wolchina

JACKSON- Karmin Rebekah Bryant, Patrick Glenn Doggett, Kristin Diane Flowers, Jennifer Elizabeth Hundley

LINDEN- Charles Andrew Burge, Shenae Michelle Herd

LOXLEY- Robert Moore Ronnlund

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS- Jon Charles Archer II, Philip Marcus Hagan

MILLRY- Sharee Marchelle Mitchell

MOBILE- Agnes Lee Bender, Suzanne Michelle Bryars, Lindsay Nicole Byrd, Douglas Burton Davis, Weslee Paul Dubroc, Christina Monique Figures, Natalie Lynn Franklin, Jacqueline Marie Freeman, Jeffrey Thomas Jensen, Megan Marie Johnson, David Brian Looney, Crystal Lynn Lucas,

Meagan Brooke Mangold, Kenneth I. McClure, Kimberlee Anne McConnell, Ann Lee McDonnell,

Leslie Ann McGowan, Rebecca Marie McGrain, Caroline Robinson McMurphy, Emily Lucile Middleton, Gerald A. Peake III, Megan Fitzpatrick Perrien, Jillian Kristine Peterson, Logan Rebecca Potter, Jeremy Logan Richerson, Lara Ann Santini, Jeffrey Price Scruggs, Qasim Ahmad Shahid, Dylan McKinney Sherrod, Robert Clark Sledge Jr., Ashley Louise Tanner, Charlotte Anne Terrell, Caldwell Rogers Terry, Martha Virginia Turner, Maeum Jane Uhn, Laura Murray Urquhart, Rachel Elizabeth Wehner, Jerald Dan Whisenhunt II, Julia Fox White, Wyeth Claire Whiting, Emily Christine Woolley

MONROEVILLE- Jessica H. Dewitt, Lindsey Elizabeth Miller

MONTROSE- Holly Lynn Ruffin

OPP- Laura Lee Bundrick, Allen Steakley Burgess

ORANGE BEACH- Roseland Handley Powell

PERDIDO- Stephanie Blair Ammons

POINT CLEAR- Sam Perry Dixon III

REPTON- Jessica Lynn Mixon

ROBERTSDALE- Nicholas James Cillo, Allison J. Lee, Jared Nathaniel Linne, James M. Paul

SAINT STEPHENS- Kathryn Suzanne Roberts

SARALAND- Jason Burt Golden, Rachel Renee Green

SEMMES- Randall Joseph Cantrell

SILVERHILL- Crystal Marie Pearson

SPANISH FORT- Heather L. Henderson, Kimberly Rene Trawick

SUMMERDALE- Robert Jantzen Hubbard

SWEET WATER- Brandy Cherray Burnett, Patrick Douglas Robison

THOMASVILLE- Christopher Kyle Knight, Angela Kristia Robinson, Candace Adale White

WHATLEY- Ashley Dewayne Ivory, Lauren Brooke Megginson

WILMER- Kathryn Nicole Greer, Kathleen Ann Parnell

WING- Joshua E. Elliott

Contact

Linda Hill, UA Media Relations, 205/348-8325, lhill@ur.ua.edu

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