LYNDONVILLE -- Lyndon State College held its 103rd Commencement ceremony on May 17, 2015. More than 270 graduates and their families packed the tent on the Lyndon soccer pitch. Robert Shetterly gave the commencement address; Mason Brewer, Class of 2015, was the student speaker. Lyndon State President Joe Bertolino exhorted the crowd to "exercise an ethic of care." Bonnie Hiladis won the Alumni Council Award for Outstanding Senior. The processional and recessional were led by Ian McDonald, Class of 2014, and the Catamount Pipe Band.

Barton: Heather Morris, an associate of science in Human Services.

Bloomfield: Chelsea Fairhead, a bachelor of science in Education & Liberal Studies.

Bradford: Tabitha Lury, a bachelor of arts in Liberal Studies; Kyle Downing, a bachelor of arts in Social Science.

Cabot: Caitlin Celley, a bachelor of fine arts in Design.

Canaan: Victoria Harris, a bachelor of science in Business Administration.

Danville: Laurie Smith, a Master of Education.

Derby: Kaylee Maclure, a bachelor of arts in Graphic Design; Matthew Green, a bachelor of science in Accounting; Gene Ouellet, a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice.

Derby Line: Britney Geoffrey, a bachelor of science in Business Administration.

East Burke: Amanda Gagnon, an associate of arts in General Studies; Stanislav Volodko, an associate of arts in General Studies; Vladislav Volodko, an associate of arts in General Studies.

East Concord: Leslie Stewart, a bachelor of science in Applied Psychology & Human Services.

Evansville: Kristen Wright, a bachelor of arts in Psychology.

Glover: Monique Schneider, a Master of Education.

Groton: Chase Dunham, a bachelor of fine arts in Animation; Cayla Messier, a bachelor of science in Human Services.

Hardwick: Adam Whitney, an associate of arts in General Studies; Haley Marckres, a bachelor of science in Human Services.

Island Pond: Melissa Lyons, a Master of Education.

Kirby: Joshua Bacon, a bachelor of science in Accounting.

Lyndonville: Dale Frattaroli, a bachelor of arts in Global Studies; Devin Arnold, a bachelor of arts in Liberal Studies; Casey Tanner, a bachelor of arts in Social Science; Taylor Reno, a bachelor of science in Accounting; Brady Weigel, a bachelor of science in Applied Psychology & Human Services; Katelyn Peck, a bachelor of science in Applied Psychology & Human Services; Jimmy Lau, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Patricia Leduc, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Kiki Thurston, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Jonathan Unsworth, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Krista Yergeau, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Taylor Cota, a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice; Dakota Fournier, a bachelor of science in Education & Liberal Studies; John Kazar, a bachelor of science in Electronic Journalism Arts; Shiting Liang, a bachelor of science in Electronic Journalism Arts; Matthew Wells, a bachelor of science in Exercise Science; Duncan Berube, a bachelor of science in Exercise Science; Jefferson Scinto, a bachelor of science in Mountain Recreation Management; Derek Campbell, a bachelor of science in Music Business & Industry; Nedah Warstler, a bachelor of science in Natural Science; Kaytlin Riendeau, a bachelor of science in Physical Therapy; Kathleen Lyford, a bachelor of science in Sustainability; Jennifer Mayo, a Master of Education; Lindsay Carpenter, a Master of Education; Miranda Fox, a Master of Education; Colleen Lariviere, a Master of Education.

Morgan: Isaac Ricker, a bachelor of science in Business Administration.

Newark: Amber Holden, a bachelor of arts in Social Science.

Newbury: Hayle Lund, a bachelor of science in Physical Education.

Newport: Robert Boskind, a bachelor of arts in Mathematics, Secondary Education; Jessica Therrien, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Dawn Mitchell, a bachelor of science in Human Services; John Plunkett, a bachelor of science in Music Business & Industry; Donald Jenness, a bachelor of science in Physical Therapy; Kathleen McIsaac, a Master of Education.

Newport Center: Jessica Tetreault, a Master of Education, Secondary Education.

North Concord: Naomi Drown, a bachelor of arts in Digital Media; David Young, a bachelor of fine arts in Animation.

Norton: Monica Vigneault, a bachelor of science in Business Administration.

Orleans: Mark Harbec, a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice; Travis Terrell, a bachelor of science in Physical Education.

Peacham: Anne Tomeo-Kubicke, a bachelor of arts in Liberal Studies.

Sheffield: Matthew Martin, an associate of science in Business Administration.

South Ryegate: Brandon Flood, a bachelor of science in Elementary Education & Liberal Studies; Amy Emerson, a Master of Education.

St. Johnsbury: Jamie Robertson, a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice; Ian MacDonald, a bachelor of science in Sustainability; Emily Foehring, a bachelor of arts in Psychology; Rachael Zangla, a bachelor of arts in Psychology; Chelsey Beland, a bachelor of arts in Social Science; Frances Desrochers, a bachelor of science in Arts in Management; Nicole Alger, a bachelor of science in Education & Liberal Studies; Trisha Jewell, a bachelor of science in Exercise Science; Justin Tomaselli, a bachelor of science in Physical Therapy; Fritz Fay, a bachelor of science in Sustainability; Amanda Bugbee, a Master of Education; Lauren Ruffner, a Master of Education; Lauren Smith, a Master of Education.

St. Johnsbury Center: Michael Cartularo, a bachelor of science in Business Administration; Laura Young, a bachelor of science in Human Services.

Sutton: Chelsea Smith, a bachelor of arts in Mathematics.

Waterford: Allyson Wajda, a bachelor of science in Business Administration.

Wells River: Benjamin Yelle, a bachelor of science in Criminal Justice.

West Burke: Dayna Roy, a bachelor of arts in English; Kelsi Before, a bachelor of arts in English, Secondary Education; Lindiwe Libera, a bachelor of arts in Liberal Studies; Tiffany Sheehan, a bachelor of science in Human Services.

West Charleston: Katelyn Guillette, an associate of science in Business Administration.

West Danville: Krysta Davis, a bachelor of arts in Graphic Design.

Wheelock: Tyler Scheibenpflug, a bachelor of science in Atmospheric Science.

Berlin: Samantha Bainbridge, a bachelor of science in Music Business & Industry.

Jefferson: Brooke MacKillop, a bachelor of fine arts in Design.

Littleton: Emily Buckley, an associate of science in Visual Arts and a bachelor of arts in Graphic Design; Bridget Atkins, a bachelor of arts in Visual Communications; Sean White, a bachelor of science in Atmospheric Science; Shelby Degreenia, a bachelor of science in Business Administration.

Monroe: Courtney Ward, a bachelor of science in Physical Therapy.

Sugar Hill: Megan Brown, a bachelor of arts in English.

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