The following area students graduated from the Community College of Vermont (CCV) on June 2, 2012.

Barton: Brent Bapp and Michael Devost.

Bloomfield: Raymond Bowen and William Washburn.

Bradford: Emily Marsh

Cabot: Hazel Kidder

Danville: Dennis Austin

Derby: Jennifer Harlow and Bria Horton.

Derby Line: Thomas Waterman

East Burke: Randy Hazard

Glover: Noah Armstrong

Groton: Miranda Burroughs, Linda Stokes and Sharon York.

Irasburg: Yvette Bathalon, Mary Cubit, Benjamin Morley and Mercedes Stengel.

Lyndon: Linda Gochie

Lyndonville: Molly Moghari and Krystal Pecor.

Marshfield: Lincoln Centers

Newport: John Baldwin, Anita Gariepy, Allison Helms, Heather Horgan, Rose Ramsdell, Andrea Royer, Jennifer Smith, David Vigeant and Jonathan Wright.

Newport Center: Rita Bennett, Victoria Faucher and Christine Jewer.

Orleans: Maria Everett, Beth Martin and Nathaniel Michaud.

St. Johnsbury: Jennifer Crown, Paige Ely, Victoria Hastings, Laura Knowlton, Jessica Noyes, Jennifer Perkins and Carole Zangla.

West Burke: Carla Grieves and Leonard Rumbinas.

Franconia: Robin Hunt

North Haverhill: Patricia Jacobs

This year 587 students received associate degrees, the largest graduating class in the college's history. The graduates ranged in age from 19 to 71; 63 percent were first-generation college attenders; 29 were military veterans; students from all 14 Vermont counties, eight other U.S. states, and from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Canada, Costa-Rica, Hungary, Lithuania, Moldova, Nepal, Senegal, and the United Kingdom received degrees.

The Community College of Vermont serves nearly 14,000 students each year through 12 academic centers throughout the state and comprehensive online course offerings. For more information, visit www.ccv.edu.

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