Granite State College (GSC) celebrated the graduation of more than 500 students from its associate, bachelor's, and master's programs at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook in Gilford on June 7, 2015.

In a ceremony previously held, the following area students were inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda, the distinguished honor society that aims to recognize the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work: Amy Delventhal of Bethlehem, N.H.; Jody Ramsay of Groveton, N.H. and Joseph Spearin of Dalton, N.H.

The following is a list of those area resident who are 2015 graduates of Granite State College:

New Hampshire

Bath: Kimberly Moran, master of science in Leadership.

Berlin: Tina Demers, associate in science in Communication Sciences and Disorders; Amanda Green, bachelor of science in Applied Studies, summa cum laude; Loretta Morrissette, bachelor of science in Applied Studies; Tammy Hirschhorn, bachelor of science in Behavioral Science, cum laude; Robin Lavertu, bachelor of science in Business Management; Conan Schlie, bachelor of science in Information Technology, summa cum laude.

Bethlehem: Casey MacMillan, bachelor of science in Applied Studies, magna cum laude; Shelia Sirois, bachelor of science in Psychology, summa cum laude.

Dalton: Melanie Millette, associate in science in Business; Joseph Spearin, bachelor of science in Business Management, summa cum laude, Alpha Sigma Lambda.

Gorham: Sarah Lambertson, associate in science in Early Childhood Education; Lynn Corrigan, bachelor of science in Business Management, summa cum laude; Beth Host, bachelor of science in Business Management, summa cum laude.

Groveton: Michael Cross, bachelor of science in Business Management; Jody Ramsay, bachelor of science in Business Management, summa cum laude, Alpha Sigma Lambda.

Jefferson: Jennifer Mardin, bachelor of science in Psychology.

Lancaster: Tyler St. Pierre, bachelor of science in Information Technology, magna cum laude.

Lisbon: Laurel Hallock, associate in science in Early Childhood Education; Todd Lyndes, bachelor of science in Applied Studies, summa cum laude; Susan Cunningham, bachelor of science in Business Management, summa cum laude.

Littleton: Vanessa Castro, bachelor of science in Criminal Justice, cum laude; Zachary Costa, bachelor of science in Early Childhood Education; Theresa Winn, bachelor of science in Early Childhood Education, summa cum laude; Hannah Loveland, bachelor of science in Psychology, summa cum laude; James Pineo, master of science in Leadership.

Milan: Bryan Lamirande, bachelor of science in Applied Studies, summa cum laude; Sarah Lamirande, bachelor of science in Early Childhood Education, cum laude.

North Haverhill: Samantha Clifford, associate in arts in General Studies.

Pike: Elizabeth Hall, associate in science in Behavioral Science.

Whitefield: Maria Dustin-Black, associate in science in Communication Sciences and Disorders; Andrea Donovan, bachelor of science in Business Management, magna cum laude.

Woodsville: Joel Acker, associate in arts in General Studies.

St. Johnsbury: Terri Lavely, master of science in Management.

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