St. Mary’s School of Nursing honors December grads

December 15, 2018
Ryan Fischer/The Herald-Dispatch Todd Neal receives his pin from Dr. Joey Trader as the St. Mary's School of Nursing conducts the traditional pinning ceremony on Friday, December 14, 2018, at The Sister Celeste Lynch Auditorium in Huntington.

The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - St. Mary’s School of Nursing honored 54 December graduates at a pinning ceremony Friday evening at the Sister Celeste Lynch Auditorium in the 2700 block of Collis Avenue in Huntington.

The tentative graduates, based on the anticipated successful completion of program requirements, are Jessica Anderson of Huntington; Breanna Bias of Elkview, West Virginia; Stephannie Bias of Milton; Olivia Black of Williamstown, West Virginia; Evan Bledsoe of Barboursville; Alissah Bloom of Charleston; Davon Booker of Charleston; Adrienne Booton of Huntington; Catherine Blosser of Huntington; Krista Charles of Huntington; Mariah Cook of Nitro, West Virginia; Whitney Copley of Huntington; Anada Dolinski of Milton; Myranda Endicott of Point Pleasant, West Virginia; Brooke Grimm of Point Pleasant, West Virginia; Casey Hall of Waverly, West Virginia; Taylor Hall of Point Pleasant, West Virginia; James Hamrick of Wayne; Olivia Hanlon of Henderson, West Virginia; Travis Hibner of Huntington; Henry “Butch” Hoppe of Ceredo; Berdawn Hutchinson of Hamlin, West Virginia; Cassandra Jenkins of Barboursville; Brittany Jones of Hurricane, West Virginia; Mitchell Kelley of Huntington; Jordan Leach of Glenwood, West Virginia; Kristen Marshall of Huntington; Virginia Marshall of Huntington; Kasey McCallister of Huntington; Lindy McClellan of Huntington; Nathan Mcneil of St. Albans, West Virginia; Baylee Milam of Barboursville; Stephanie Murphy of Huntington; Courtney Musgrave of Grayson, Kentucky; Christopher Muth of Hurricane, West Virginia; Hannah Myers of St. Albans, West Virginia; Todd Neal of Huntington; Macey Porter of Huntington; Lauren Robinson of Clinton Township, Michigan; Briana Ross of Huntington; Lakesha Scarberry of Lesage; Sarah Schoonover of Bidwell, Ohio; Jasmine Scott of Huntington; Glenna Shepard of Kenova; Brian Shope of Huntington; Cody Smith of Huntington; Mary Smith of Salt Rock; Eva Stanley of Chapmanville, West Virginia; Aaron Swords of West Portsmouth, Ohio; Chad Terry of Huntington; Hannah Watts of Hurricane, West Virginia; Lindsey Wellman of Prichard; Sierra Wheeler of Barboursville; and Cayley Yonkosky of Winfield, West Virginia.

The St. Mary’s School of Nursing was founded in 1926 and is the oldest nursing program in West Virginia still in operation, according to the program website.

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