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COTC Recognizes Nursing and Radiologic Science Technologies Graduates

NEWARK, OHIO, May 10, 2016 — Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) held pinning ceremonies to honor graduates receiving an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Technology and an Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Science Technology. The following graduates received pins at ceremonies held on May 1, 2016, at COTC's Coshocton campus and May 5, 2016, at COTC's Newark campus.* Graduates are grouped by hometown.

Nursing Technology

Blacklick: Beth Riley

Buckeye Lake: Melissa Bauer

Canal Winchester: Gifty Bondzie

Columbus: Faustina Appiah Kubi, Angel Boles, Kyle Butler, Anthony Crevar, Brittany Jeter, David Kamara, Illuminee Muhongere, Matthew Murphy and Liliya Siravo

Coshocton: Shelby Thomas

Delaware: Sara Gale

Dennison: Malinda Hoopingarner

Fredericktown: Caleb Poole

Fresno: Amber Keffer

Gahanna: Matthew Melcher

Galena: Courtney King

Granville: Thomas Zywczyk

Gratiot: Thomas Calendine

Grove City: Oku Ekong and Zachariah Wilson

Heath: Brooke Ford, Brianna Nelson and Jennifer Showman

Howard: Harley Hanna

Johnstown: Malisha Edwards and Breann Faine

Lancaster: Hannah Jones and Tracy Williams

London: Liliya Soloha

Millersport: Nicole Crossan

Newark: Samantha Adams, Bonnie Cox, Arissa Gallagher, Micki Gross, Cathryn Hardesty, Amanda Hite, Jordan Long, Joshua Moore, Alek Rogne, Jennifer Smailes and Courtney Spaulding

Newcomerstown: Nicole Hammons, Serena Moore and Deana Tidd

Pataskala: Alexandra Sandy and Amanda Walker

Reynoldsburg: Emily Bahnick, Mercy Boakye and Charies Thompson

Shawnee: Kaylee Saegert

Thornville: Robinette Bowman

Tuscarawas: Sarah Reichman

Utica: Lea Foster and Austin Severt

West Lafayette: Denise Thompson

Worthington: Ashleigh Sullivan

Zanesville: Trenda Jones and Randall Kallimanis​

Radiologic Science Technology

Bellville: Rayenna Wagoner

Hebron: Tracy Settles

Lancaster: Jason Erskin

Lewis Center: Justin Newberry

Newark: Stephanie Bunker, Teagan Suminski and Bridgette Widmyer

Pataskala: Ryan Miller

Sugar Creek: Erica Harding

West Lafayette: Thomas Garber

Westerville: Leah Epperly

*Only graduates who have granted COTC permission to release their names to the public are listed.​

Central Ohio Technical College opened in 1971 and is celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2016. COTC is a fully accredited, public college dedicated to providing high-quality, accessible programs of technical education in response to current and emerging employment needs, as well as encouraging the professional development of students, staff, faculty and administrators to assist them in achieving their maximum potential.  COTC is the only technical college in Ohio operating four full-service campus locations: Newark, Coshocton, Knox and Pataskala.