Tarrant County College Graduation – 3 p.m. Ceremony

Tarrant County College Graduation – 3 p.m. Ceremony

October 10, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


[ Music ]>>Please be seated. [ Music ] Good afternoon. I’m Doctor Allen Goben, President
of TCC northeast campus. It’s a pleasure to welcome our
graduates, families, and friends, and all our Tarrant County
College district colleagues, to our 50th annual commencement ceremony. Today is about each and every
one of you, our graduates. It is a celebration of your accomplishments
and living our motto, “Success within reach.” We are thrilled to have been your partner
during this phase of your educational journey. Today special thanks goes to all who have
played supporting rolls to fuel your success, including family, friends, and professors
and staff of Tarrant County College. As we celebrate today consider
the word commencement. It means beginning rather than ending. Author Peter Drucker said, “The best way
to predict the future is to create it.” How thrilling then to think of
the great futures you will create with your TCC credential in hand. And, now please stand, and remain
standing for the presentation of colors by the Tarrant County College police. Following the presentation of colors you are
invited to join in singing the national anthem with TCC students lead by Stan
Paskel [assumed spelling]. [ Music ] [ Cheers ] [ Applause ] Thank you to our students and Mr. Paskel. Please be seated. It is now my honor to introduce
Mrs. Louise Appleman, President of the Tarrant County
College Board of Trustees. Mrs. Appleman was elected to the board
in 1988 representing district seven. She has graciously served the college for many
consecutive years providing continuous support to our students, faculty, and
staff, and the community at large. Please help me welcome Mrs. Louise Appleman. [ Applause ]>>Thank you Doctor Goben, and on behalf
of the board of trustees I welcome you to the college commencement this afternoon. A special welcome to those of you who have
traveled from afar, and to those of you who might be watching us livestream. There are many who have brought
us together today. First, our faculty, our administration,
the support staff. Thank you to those of you in those
categories for committing your hearts and your minds to helping our students succeed. Our mission at TCC is to provide affordable and
open access to quality teaching and learning. And, everything we do at Tarrant County
College is designed to drive student success. Without question our professionals have
delivered on this mission as evidenced by the more than 4000 students who are marching across this stage this morning
and this afternoon. To the parents, family, and friends
of the graduates celebrate with us, not just the achievement of our
graduates, but your place and role in helping them overcome the hurdles, the
doubts, and maybe unexpected life events, so that they stayed focus on the
finish line, which they cross today. To the graduates, the class of 2018, continue
to dream, and work towards those dreams. Achieving this important milestone
today should give you confidence that if and when the going gets tough,
the tough get going. Hard work, determination, and your
vision will lead you to your dreams. Take your Tarrant County College
education into the wider world to make a difference in whatever
you choose to do. Be a trail blazer, and never stop learning. We wish you well, and hope you’ll stay in touch. [ Applause ]>>Thank you, Mrs. Appleman. Now it is my honor to introduce our
chancellor, Doctor Eugene Giovannini. Doctor Giovannini joined the
Tarrant County College district as chancellor on August 22nd, 2016. He brings to this important role more
than 30 years of professional experience at community colleges, including his most recent
three year tenure as the founding president of Maricopa Corporate College
in Scottsdale, Arizona. He also had 11 years as president of
Gateway Community College in Phoenix. Please help me welcome Chancellor Giovannini. [ Applause ]>>Thank you, Doctor Goben, and welcome everyone to the 50th commencement exercises
of Tarrant County College. I think I can speak for all TCC’s proud faculty
and staff when I say this is our favorite day of the year, and I often
refer to it as our Super Bowl. Your success is our foremost
priority, and we are honored to be here to celebrate all you have achieved. As a community college we are here to develop
opportunity, growth, and economic vitality, not just for every student who enters the doors, but for local businesses
and corporations as well. We need people where they are no matter their
background and no matter their aptitude, and we work to help get people
where they want to go or need to be. And, we’ve been doing it
successfully for more than 50 years. Those of you graduating today likely
had to overcome obstacles along the way. Your journey is as important to your
life story as reaching that destination, because it comes at a point of
inspiration for others who may say that they can’t cut it in college. You get to ask those people, “If
I can do it, what’s stopping you?” Take a look for yourselves. [ Music ]>>After graduating high school
and getting into the college, and I decided college wasn’t for me. I started, you know, getting
jobs that were paying good, and I was like, “Yeah, I don’t need college.” Twenty years later I found out
that I really do need college. [ Music ]>>After returning from Afghanistan
I wasn’t ready to actually retire, so I decided to go back to school. [ Music ]>>When our principal came to my junior high
and told us about this [inaudible] school. They said we could use all the resources
that Tarrant Community College had to offer, and it has helped me throughout
these four years. [ Music ]>>TCC’s affordability played a
role in my success in the sense that it made my education
seem realistic and reachable. [ Music ]>>Well, I attended previously when I
was 17, and I ended up dropping out, but after I’d lost my job I was
just kind of like, “You know what? I need to get an education.” [ Music ]>>One of the challenges
that I faced was depression. There was times where I would see people
that I graduated with in high school that were already getting their
degrees, working in their careers. And, there was times when I would say to
myself, “When am I going to get there?” [ Music ]>>As a full- time employee and administrator
for our local government department it’s hard, and then trying to manage your life. That led me to the decision to go to Tarrant
County College, because it fit my lifestyle.>>I just decided to take one class at a time,
and use, like, my 300 dollar limit credit card, and just put that on my,
card and just pay it off.>>I have a large family. We’re ten in all, and I knew my parents
weren’t going to be able to pay for my college. So, at eighth grade I knew had to step it
up and take my future into my own hands. [ Music ]>>TCC was that college that
allowed me to say, “I can do this.” The Vet Success Center, they helped
me with any problems that I had. They helped me with my school work.>>The fast pace of a weekend college
made me thirsty for knowledge. I built lifelong friendships within
the 12 months in this program, and that, you know, can’t be broken.>>It has prepared me for,
like I used to be shy. I wouldn’t want to talk to my professors,
so yeah TCC has helped me tremendously.>>You know, me helping my mom and supporting
a household, that was another thing, because my mom, she is a single mother. A lot of times I had to step into the
position of what my dad and them were supposed to have been, being an example to my siblings. I had to step up and do this.>>You have no real excuse not to
be ready at Tarrant County College.>>They’re willing to overcome any
obstacles that you throw at them.>>I’ll be one of the first kids
in my family to finish college. Me being successful will allow
them to be successful later on.>>I’m going to MSU, Midwestern
State University. I’ll be going there to study pre-law.>>I transferring to Charleston State
right now to finish my business degree.>>I want to transfer to the UTD
in Richardson pursuing animation.>>I’m majoring in business management. I plan to open my own business.>>I was inspired by watching Grey’s
Anatomy to go into the medical field. And, I know Grey’s Anatomy is nothing like real
life, but I want to do something meaningful with my career, and I want
to be able to help others. [ Music ]>>The help of the advisers here, the help
of my two children, has made me realize that I can just about do anything,
regardless of how old I am.>>It doesn’t even feel like
you’re going to school. It’s more like a family.>>You know if you want something
you really have to go, and you have to fight hard to get it. Every day is going to be a challenge,
but you have to keep yourself motivated, and you just have to keep
going for it, no matter what.>>Today–>>Today–>>Today–>>Today–>>Today I can say–>>I can say–>>I can say–>>I am a TCC proud alum.>>I’m a TCC proud alum.>>I am a TCC proud alum.>>I am a TCC proud alum.>>I am a TCC proud alum.>>Today I can say that I am a TCC proud alum. [ Music ] [ Applause ]>>There’s one thing I can say with certainty. With every obstacle faced and surpassed
you learn a little bit more about yourself. Today is a wonderful milestone for
each of you, and every one of you, but you didn’t make it all by yourselves. And, your justifiable proud [inaudible] are
shared by those who helped you along the way, your family, your friends, and the
many men and women of the TCC faculty and staff who touched your lives. We all salute you. Faculty and staff, please
stand, and let us thank you. [ Cheers ] [ Applause ] Graduates, I now ask you to stand up, turn
around, and salute your family, your faculty, and the wonderful TCC staff
upon whom you’ve relied. [ Cheers ] Thank you. [ Cheers ] As our graduates processed into the
arena you likely noticed a few things. First, the ceremonial mace to my right,
proudly carried by Doctor Shereah Taylor, president of our joint consultative
committee, the faculty leadership team. This mace, TCC’s first ever, was created in
honor of our 50th anniversary two years ago and has become a permanent part
of our commencement exercises. You also likely noticed people wearing
various tassels, cords, and stoles. The white tassels are shown — are worn
by some unique high school seniors. Each TCC campus has one or more
early college high school programs. Three years ago marked our first early
college high school students to graduate from TCC, and there were ten of them. This year we have 308 of them. [ Cheers ] [ Applause ] We’re proud to see so many high school
students undertaking the rigors of college of courses while still in high school, and
successfully completing their associate degree with us, at the same time completing
their high school education. Today they receive a college degree, two
weeks from now they get a high school diploma. [ Cheers ] We are equally honored to welcome
all of our area ISV superintendents and their representatives
with whom we have partnered to make these young people’s
challenge — aspirations a reality. Please stand early college
high school graduates, so we can acknowledge your great accomplishment. [ Cheers ] Thank you. Next, you’ll notice many, many
graduates wearing gold cords and stoles. These denote honors designations, such
as highest honors, high honors, honors, graduation with distinction, and membership
in the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. These students dedicated
themselves to excellence. Those of you wearing these special gold
stoles, and, or cords, please stand, so we can recognize your
outstanding achievements. [ Cheers ] Thank you. We pay tribute to another group of graduates. Those who proudly wear the red, white, and
blue cords are current or former members of the Armed Services of the United States. Currently we enroll more than 4000 veterans,
and this year we have 629 veterans graduating. [ Cheers ] We are so proud to have the opportunity
to serve these brave men and women as they proceed in their journeys. I ask now that all graduates, faculty,
and staff, and members of the audience who have served, or are continuing to serve
our country in the military to please stand, so we can recognize your many
sacrifices and contributions. [ Cheers ] Thank you. [ Applause ] And, finally you’ll likely notice a vibrant
array of flags displayed around the arena on both sides of me, 87 to be
precise, including our US flag. These flags correspond to the home
countries of our 2018 graduates. Our college community, indeed our entire
community, is enriched by such diversity, and we are committed to offering a learning
and teaching environment in which inclusion, engagement, and respect are the
hallmarks of everything we do. [ Applause ] As you can see we have a very large
graduating class this afternoon. More than 2500 of this year’s 7017
graduates indicated they would participate in our two commencement exercises today. In a few minutes our graduates will cross
the stage, receive my congratulations, and then walk off the stage
and into their futures. What will those futures be? The majority of our current graduates, 4877
to be precise, will receive the Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degrees. These are the transfer degrees, everything from
biology, engineering, business, and visual arts, and almost all of these students will move on
to a university to continue their education. And, it’s a point of pride for us that TCC
graduates generally do as well, or better than, native freshman students in a university. Another 3458 graduates will receive either
the Associate of Applied Science Degree or a Certificate of Completion, both of which
prepare them to immediately embark upon careers. This group of graduates is all around
us every day as nurses, fire fighters, aircraft mechanics, chefs, police officers,
paralegals, and in many more other fields that we encounter every single day. This is not to say their
formal education ends here. Many go on while still working to earn
bachelor’s degrees and graduate degrees. Another 164 are still to be accounted
for, and I’ve saved them for last, because they are so near and dear
to the future of our country. Today they receive the Associate
of Arts and Teaching Degree, an important step towards teacher certification after which they will take their
places alongside those of us who have devoted our time
and talents to education. Over 7000 graduates, 7000 futures,
but all with one thing in common. They learned that success is within
reach through Tarrant County College. Members of the TCC Foundation Board
of Directors will congratulate you with your official alumni pin once you
exit the stage to take your alumni photo. Graduates, as you progress to the next
phase of your lives please don’t forget TCC. You are an important part in shaping the future
of this institution as well as the futures of many, many individuals following behind you. Let us congratulate the graduates on achieving
their dreams and becoming proud TCC alumni. [ Cheers ] [ Applause ] We pride ourselves in serving the community in
everything that we do, but we could not do it without the leadership and
commitment of our board of trustees. I will ask that they stand as I call their names and remain standing until
all have been introduced. Please hold your applause until the end. Mrs. Louise Appleman, President of the Board
of Trustees, Mr. Conrad Heede, Vice President, Mrs. Teresa Ayala, Secretary,
Doctor Diane Patrick, Assistant Secretary, could not be with us today. She has a good excuse. She’s at her daughter’s graduation,
who’s receiving a doctoral degree today. Doctor Gwendolyn Morrison, Mr. Bill Greenhill,
and Doctor Michael Laventz [assumed spellings]. We are truly honored to have such a
dedicated and involved board of trustees. We have an equally dedicate chancellor’s
executive leadership team consisting of our six campus presidents, as well
as our district vice chancellors. I would like to ask the leadership
team stand and be recognized. Please join me in appreciation of our
board of trustees and our leadership team. [ Applause ] One housekeeping note. Given the extraordinary number of
graduates who chose to participate in the ceremony, we know it’ll be a long one. But, I ask that you please stay through
the entire ceremony out of respect for those whose names happen to fall at the end. Additionally, graduates, you will not receive
your diploma cover until the recessional, and I know that you want the cover to protect
your diploma when it actually arrives.>>Thank you, Doctor Giovannini as well as the
graduates who share their inspiring stories of overcoming challenges to
create success at TCC and in life. The reason we are here is for you, our
students, and on behalf of every member of the TCC family we celebrate your
milestones as if they were our own. My name is Doctor Shereah Taylor,
and I serve as the President of TCC’s Joint Consultation Committee, representing the faculty associations
of each of our six campuses. On behalf of the faculty and
staff of Tarrant County College, it is my honor to present the 2018
Tarrant County College graduating class. [ Cheers ] Will the class of 2018 please stand? [ Cheers ] Chancellor Giovannini, I am pleased to
present the candidates for graduation. Each candidate has completed the
requirements for a degree or certificate. Our faculty and the respective
campus presidents recommend that degrees and certificates be conferred. Graduates, you may have a seat.>>As a Tarrant County College governing board
and leadership team, it will not be our pleasure to greet the candidates for graduation. Please come forward as you are directed,
so we can get to the main event, the formal conferring of
degrees and certificates. I will be assisted by some of our
student ambassadors from TCC Northeast. Presenting the graduates will be
Doctor Nancy Kurae [assumed spelling], Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs,
Doctor Larry Rideau TCC South’s Vice President of Student Development Services,
and Doctor Mayra Olivares-Urueta, TCC Northeast Vice President of
Student Development Services.>>Now presenting the early college
high school associate degrees, Eric Ortega [assumed spelling]– Daniella Miranda Lopez [assumed spellings]– Kelby Cooper [assumed spellings]- Andrew Rubio, Saesaw Maldinado,
Francisco T. Avera [assumed spellings]– Brian C. Santiago [assumed spelling]– Julen Bonner, Kayla Garcia, Demarian
T. Jackson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Kyaira G. Cassius, Daequan Jones,
Deedee Hemenez, Monica Dobbins, Jesus C. Cortez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Selena J. Solace, Naomi Castanon,
Emma J. Rodriguez, April Rodriguez, Aliana D. Florez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Josuay Lopez, Zachary D.
Stimple [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Cody Hayden [assumed spelling]– Josenay C. Brown [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Shimata P. Zipata, Amy H.
Trejo [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Andrea Tovera, Gabriella M. Gonzales,
Estephani Fisco [assumed spellings]– Natalie Sophia Geramio [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Stacy C. Gonzales, Israel Valentine
Olivo [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Samantha M. Cook [assumed spelling]– Kaylani C. Woolie [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Renee J. Williams, Robin J. Henry, Ashley
Danielle Jayber [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Mia L. Soto, Elizabeth Sanchez
[assumed spellings]- [ Cheers ] Carolina M. Montes, Rachel V. Paralez,
Joel A. Paton Junior [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Yetsowen A. Almago [assumed spelling]– Cynthia S. Sanchez Vargos, Renda T.
Zamorepha [assumed spellings], thank you. Mariella A. Brenya, Ricardo
Torez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Rodel Lopez, Roxanna Trejo, Mosarott Martinez,
Stephanie Lopez Gonzales, Phatima Rodriquez, Veronica M. Conchez [assumed spellings]– Alexia Ortese, Carla P. Cardinuez, Daniella
Suarez, LeeAnne Johnson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Ari Starsurge [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Mikaya Thana Franklin, Elaina D. White,
Sophia A. Wallen [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Emmanuel Anaquare [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Victor M. Perez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Ho Tai, Nicholas R. Michalek,
Owen G. Dill [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Mike Lorez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jesus Almuna [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Halaad L. Rodiday, Jennifer Martinez, Rebecca D.
Garcia, Nikki J. Sommers, Tristina B. Mikaber, Sarah E. Kirkland, Phillip A.
Kirkland [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Okay, Cade A. Pilant, Ethan A.
Zunaga [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Chrysta Ingo [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jennifer Modamontez, Samantha
Yunon Lopez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Gabriel A. Scott, Rebecca M. Galindo, Shaena
A. Kissin, Abigail A. Amiah, Sarah A. Zivala, Melisa Alonzo, Liliana Merano, Melodie T.
Win, Angelina Macheko, Alexis S. Anderson, Stephanie Odarica [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Arianna L. Simon, Maria C. Castro, Yasinia
Y. Martinez, Marcy Gomez, Rocio Orepaza, Paris L. White, Monica G. Abuas,
German Duran [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Honia V. Garcia, Anhel E. Rodriguez, Alexis Q.
Tony, Destiny N. Davis, Maryland R. Tivaria, Christine B. Huckabee, Sebastian D. Torez,
Avery C. Jones [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Vanessa G. Moncheka, Diana
Perez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Angel Rango [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jacquelyn Rashio [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Cassandra Galavez, Jose C.
Zevala [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Duon Kelly [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Alyssa S. Martinez [assumed spelling]– All right give it to me. [ Inaudible ] Olephimi Aduali Xavier Ratimi
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Maraya E. Ronodos [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Kayli A. Nelson [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Hasherica A. Wirls, Grant
Trader [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Halley Adair Shaffer, Sabrina
M. Tram [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Kevin A. Hunez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Erin N. Ainsley [assumed spelling]– Moia P. Pruitt [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Rhiannon Madok [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Vanessa Gabriella Garcia [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Chloe Athen Tarbo [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Michael A. Garcia [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jacquelyn Bergman [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Phatima Nansor Burnay [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jaselle Ruese, Judith Garcia, Valeria Garcia, Stephanie Marie Ella Flowers
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Velaria Soto DeNova, Riley J.
Silva [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Yasinia Saroto, Kayla M. Thomas,
Jennifer Y. Mendoza [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jesiay E. Alabisi, Mary Win
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Demar Laveno [assumed spelling]– Amini Ahmed [assumed spelling]. Now presenting Associate of Art Degrees. Chase E. Brown [assumed spelling],
congratulations, Chase. [ Applause ] Shawna Helrigle [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Lisa Limb [assumed spelling]– [ Applause ] Taylor N. Gaska, Stacy M.
Hill [assumed spellings]– Rachel L. Kruger [assumed spelling]– Kaleb J. Burman, Rebecca A. Greg,
Shane E. Liden [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Annie L. Lans, Steven B. Austin,
Sandra K. Galindo [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Cedric W. Cradock [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Brian E. Ray, Shanair Hope [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Tiffany Coburn [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Gracie Martinez [assumed spelling]– Thomas Varns [assumed spelling]– Dontrel Greenwood [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Adrian P. Vasquez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Emmanuel Gonzales [assumed spelling]. [ Cheers ]>>Aiden Enriquez, Adam E. Beasley, Athia
Lacy, Norma Ivan Halasios [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Kegan Gundoku [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Clara C. Alnoni [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Hector V. Moralez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Austin Lee Gavaro Hayden [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Deborah Campusano, Elizabeth Cabrara,
Steven Burkholder [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Tiana Branch [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Hasmeen Azameen [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Chelfil Ackasimana, Cassandra
Hemenez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Cantrese Bell, Yarivia Gustamontay,
Shelby Ickles [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Canya Moon, Duantay Sinclair
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Deborah Crawford, Lina Aday
Mohamed [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jasmine Carie, Mayrene Aranda, Lacy
Anderson, Bernel Turner Cole, Wendy Bowers, Angelica Cortez, Jerica Ford, Brian Farris
Henry the Second, Lam Do, Christina Gibble, Grevan Campbell Senior, Tenisia Carpenter, Amber
Dupont, Rosa Angelica Alverado, Roderick Bletso, Darrel Harvey, Tiffany Key, James Key,
Brenda Mason [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Tiwanda Banks [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Tamesha Taiwan Ford Douglas, Stacy A.
Galvan, Benita Arisiaga, Ashley Garcia, Lauren Folgal Classman, Shelly Judette,
Agibolo Aguntia, Franny Anne Beckham Talbert, Charley Achevaria, Brooke Berg, Demantay
Forney, Blake Allen Carinder, Natasha Manan, Jamie Fullen, Shicari Bitay
Washington [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Maria Enigez, Ashley Elnandez, Maria
Castio, Lynn Caraway [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Minni Monden [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Bernita Quincy [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Joshua D. Hudgen, Esmeralda Corona, Christy
Lynn Conner, Gabriel Arizondo, Jessica Garcia, Caroline Sheriton, Amanda May Bueller, Malinda
Alana Bueller, Artis Allen, Cyrus Jackson, Moses Contraras, David Ashley Childres,
Daniel Irmen Watson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Melba Gracia Powler, Jose Discarano, Carmen
Delione Ganuez, Anna Fernando Idisalday, John Nerbender the Third, John Avilez, Bridget
Turner, Izalia Alvarez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Marvin Wellington [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Nisan Williams [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Heather Shay Corona, Nageli
Servantez Rios [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Christine Oh Chang, Manuel Gonzales, Jacquelyn
Calunga, Yaritsa Lunez Cortez, Erica King, Tatiana Marcelez Gonzales, Amelia Heart,
Canesha J. Kelso Garrison, Ephren Diapan Junior, Jeremy Brady, Martha Marcez Dominguez, Julie
A. Bennett, Oscar Mora, Carlina Montano, Karen Gomez, Priscilla Escamilla, Stephanie
Carasko, Kenneth Snell, Erica Iscuro, Estevan Esensio Rivera, Velma Vayoso, Darrell
Orell Germany, Jennifer Johnson, Corina Sierra, Laylay Win, Jesus Carin Esales,
Rebecca Anne Nichelle, Andrea Mcgregor, Skyler Wright [assumed spellings]– Gena France [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Chelsea Smerle, Rachelle Morris,
Jacquelyn Romero Valdovenos, Noimi Fangya, Isabelle Caliay, Angela M.
Allen [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Brianna Chase, Nancy Medina, Anisa
Delos Santos, Malik Ahmad Williams, Gena [assumed spellings] — excuse me, Bethany
G. Cokes, Veronica Bailey [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Miranda Lee McCoy, Anthony
Valenzuela [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Destiny Samia Higgin, Makala Nicole
Hallaway, Christine D. Hill, Melanie George, Kevin Gustamontay, Jonathan Rodriguez, Daimen
L. Smith, Katherine Elizabeth Bentriair, Shibrey Hewing, Deja Hewing,
Rebecca E. Wilson, Lacy I. Thornton, Melisa Condoval, Erica Ortega
Esovedo, Qua Shi Qu, Carlos Lesama, Jorlini Martinez [assumed spellings]– Kimberly Hardee, Ashley Mueller, Mary Vare
Sentino, Crystal Thompson, Juelana Saldania, Madison Fox [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Logan Mulligan [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jeremy Face, Bradley Brown, Miguel
Alvarado Garcia [assumed spellings]– Jerry Jerry [assumed spelling]– Jeremy Duang, April McGuire, Maoro
Guerraro, Steven Mooling, Monique Nantoraja, Guadeloupe Pomela Salez, Anton Lane,
Angelica Mandez, Pomela L. Nandez, Ranetta D. Woodward [assumed spellings]>>Yay, Ranetta!>>Vanessa Mendoza [assumed spelling]– Bria McCullough [assumed spelling]– Kaylen Francis [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Nicholas Francis, Letania
Lement [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Kathia Trejo Alvarez, Lequeeda Odom,
Crystal Williams [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Juanita Valuez, Megan Silen
[assumed spellings]– Tristan Shaw, Joshua Lopez Senior,
Andriana Lopez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Erica Vuru Sietta, Jenna Busy, Jennifer Nelson
Armstrong, Diandra Counter, Asia Collins, Anette Dia, Courtney Touts, Debra
McCloud, Evelynne Sisneros, Riselda Penera, Elise Aver Sapota, Daylen Alexson, Christian
Travis, Angela Finch, Loara Ramirez, Lauren Fowler, Amber Harvey, Danielle
V. Jegas Junior, David Cayson, Ranetta Henderson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Pierre Bryster [assumed spelling]– Claudia Cortez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ]>>Brianna Hunt [assumed spelling]– Yara Rosia Yasmine Roberto, Alejandro
Suarez, Megan Bradley [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Juan Lopez, Abraham Lara, Tracy Brenal,
Joseline Inigez, Kumari Chiko, Brittany Dardon, Muntay Cole, Anna Rico, Brianna Welch,
Melanie Riggs, Haytra Garza, Isabelle Aguado, Daisy Hertado, Noel Jones, Lauren Ham, Brenda
Martinez Figaroa, Jorge Escalantae Junior, Charlene Paenua, Jacquelyn Hernandez, Alya
Melonese Moore, Brandy Tames, Alexandria Reese, Elisa M. Rodriguez, Joel
Quetso [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Christian Arosco, Brandon Ezel, Alexis Perone,
Elise Lopez, Megan Taylor, Jacob Eeves, Stormie Boggs, Cecilia Serrano Rodriguez,
Mustapha Ali Adeel, Suver K. Patel, Joel Molinarez, Karen Ashcraft, Eliana
Conay, Trenton Hunt, Shawn Lewis, Costima Shaynata [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Lisa Doyen, Erin Weakly, Bianca
Lopez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Janna Haland [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Lindsey Joseph [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Unjaway Dennis [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Tiffany Moore, Pen Mu, Mercedes
Ulvera, Isamaray Layva, Mary Narvis, Ashley Cox [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Daniella Castio, Erica Smith
[assumed spellings], thank you. Latoya Jackson [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Edna Mathews Smith [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Shauntay Loven, Veronica
Sanchez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Shanika L. McGriff, Marco Korea,
Victoria Sharp [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Kimberly Kurtis, Henry L. Johnson the Second,
Casey Rash, Rachel D. Mooreland, Lorrena Munose, Rosa Montalvo, Daniella Servantase,
Priscilla Serrano, Elandro Acosta Ibera, Joseline Kelderono [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Robin McGowan, Desiree Mesett, Jessica Kofsky,
Peggy Denise Wiley, Candice Shaw, Noemi Munose, Bernadette Sapuentase, Megan Scroggins,
Jasmine Johnson, Ricardo Buvara, Katelyn McDonald [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Elvi Lynn Dart [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Irma Rosalez, Chase Angelica Hardee,
Deja Daniel [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Maria Garcia, Alicia Sentien, Joseph
Whiting, Kelsey Foster, Gabriella Garza, Shawna Wood [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Adrica Aguilera Rock, Vunda Woodard,
Angelina Nervaz, Mary Lynn Avalard, Jasmine Janetra Stots, Latoya Bowers, Lance
Perkins, Renee Parker [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Evelynne Garcia, Jessie Mai,
Christina Sandoval, Lena Pachaeco, Raquel Adriana Rodriguez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Arsalee Delgadio Garcia, Stephanie Vasquez,
Jacquelyn Lyra, Blaine Cope, Christian Rayez, Brise Pravaence, Myra Angelica Rodriguez, Adora
Isabelle Salangudarget [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Reagan McKulleb, Paulina
Romero [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Shannon Lea Ringo, Rosa Fernandez, Katelyn
Wescoleet, Rayden Lily, Adrian Shinkle, Erica Malta Mora, Katherine Vanichez,
Christian Ortega [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Brianna Hernandez, Maria Christina Martinez,
Erin Everette, Rachel Donovan, Laurence Wisdom, Jeanette Ramirez, Yvette Oropaza, Correna
Gutierrez Roscaeda [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Merislovia Quintania, Margaret Elizabeth
Davis, Michael King, Tatiana Lavitsky, Danial Banda [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Vivian Ikamondu, Jessica Gonzalez, Kevin Welch,
Laura Bailma, Sherrilyn Banks, Roberto Kintenia, Maria Eragon [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Holly Eevee, Morgan Reynolds, Aurora Garcia,
Destiny Doines, Laura Powl [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Yaesa Nobel, Venicia Stergis, Maria
Lopez, Jacquelyn Ortez, Johanna Celdorone, Fedencio Antonio Zubietta, Jose
Caserez, Fernando Egiari, Laura Martinez, Elizabeth Wills, Molly O’Keeffe, Shannon Morris,
Dominique Hirardo, Alejandra Gustamontay, Shannon Reese, Daniel Martinez, Roberto
Seldavar Junior, Arlet Seldavar, Tiffany Jordan, Jorge Antonio Vaca, Vernon Tose,
Adriana Rayez, Brenda Jeroki, Elberto Martinez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Stephanie Gladice Galavese, Joseline
Gonzales, Teresa Ellis, Lashauna Sedler Irving, Juan Ramirez, Mary Francis Florez,
Jimmy R. McDonalds, Jamika Strodder, John Vincent [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Rachel Garcia, Taylor Ray, Ronald Lions,
Ellen Elliot Paul, Kelly Hannah Paul, Claudia Coronado, Adrian Gorardo Valdez,
Ramone Castilanos, Gabriella Rodriguez, Elandra Day Lovelace, Karen
Duartay Escobar, Casey Winfield, Gareth Wikamen [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jametra Renee Williams [assumed spelling]–>>Woo, go Jemetra!>>Tenisia Thompson [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Merta Zettle, Adayla Elizabeth Fardant, Agnes
Mubaiya, Mulva Espinoza, Stephanie Rivera, Laura Rengel, Jennifer Olmos, Gwendolyn Gryse,
Joanne Ebular, Lillian Ongahki, Emily Rodriguez, John Davis the Fourth, Nor
Mai Sun [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Oreli Soles, Linda Vang, Tiffany Self, Danial
Wilson, Jessica Ramirez [assumed spellings].>>Amber M. Juarez, Antonio D. Johnson, Tamaro
P. Jones, Chrystal Mitchell, Zachary Whise, Christopher Charles Sayvontree,
Mohamed H. Zogle Junior, Tonia M. Dickard, Sara B. Isaacs, Jessica I. Fernandez, Charlotte D. Wall, Linda A. Newall, Nicholas Escobito the Third
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Tray Adam Grisard, Hannah E.
Reed [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Sara M. Donkowsky, Tamera Vinten, Jesus
Javier Siennes [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Chanjayla K. Davis Allen [assumed spelling]– Adrina L. Stephenson [assumed spellings]– Soneta L. Hodges, Shannon J.
Fontono [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Astrid Z. Cabrara [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Charity R. Trunti, Javier A. Perez,
Rosalie P. Wilson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Milton A. Montenegro Junior, Katherine P.
Garcia, Jeremy L. Wallis [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Maria J. Jueros [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Alexandria E. Wieda [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Elma Harmon [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jesty Totu, Paula Isabelle Contraros,
Akili A. Boredon [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Lucinia Garcia [assumed spelling]– Maggie Montalango, Adriana
Alanez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Solomon B. Barakette, Lea Camille Powers,
Daisy Selgato, Antoinette R. Kirkland, Monica S. Gafferd, Misty M. Aguilera,
Fernando Fuentes Lamas [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Trevor Douglas Howison, Shang L. Bu,
Abigail K. Vincent [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Pachina L. Seymour [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Sadia P. Rudo, Emmanuel M. Cabaya, Jeremiah E.
Williams, Maggie L. Barry, Malerie B. Allison, Charlotte M. Thornburg [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Anna P. Sosa Campos, Alejandro Contaro,
Veronica G. Rodriguez, Blanca I. Sisnaros [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Amanda M. Kozlosky [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Kerrington D. Watley [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Phatima Y. Martinez, Christine
A. Fleming, Sophie Torez, Brittany D. Samuel [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] April Jane Saiyavon, Stephanie
Rango [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jayshaun Palaway [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Adrian M. Valdez, Alexandria M.
Somrall [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Venus F. Govaya [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Juan Ruiz Junior [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Joe Metayi Junior [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Karen Garcia [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Reese Jacob Cherry [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jessica Loya [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Vanessa Yow Kun [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Kimberly Tahada Abera [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Megan F. Frederick, Kelly J.
Coffman, Gavin L. Mitchell, Melisa J. Crawford [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Daniella Lomez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Marlene A. Nigrette [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Rosio Munose, Patricia Rodriguez,
Bailey C. Walker [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Correna Olvera, Lynn M. Louis
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jordan M. Kryder, Tiffany
A. Delgado, Jacquelyn I. Delgado [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Esmeralda Rodriguez, Lea M. Williams,
Rochelle N. Haimay [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jasmine A. Hicks [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Janet Gonzales [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Louise A. Maltos [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Brittany Nichole Abular [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Negan Renee Sinsing [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jennifer M. Cavasos, Victoria Martinez,
Kealee M. Peeno [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Desiree D. Barry [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Desiree Latricia Fryson [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Rhianna L. Smocktenburger, Guindrick
G. L. Pedigrew [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Martin Castilanos, Lucy Beager
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Caroline Longfield [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Myra Castro [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Michael A. Dimuna [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Lilia Russel, Anna I. Fernandez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Venus M. Sanchez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Miriam A. Espinoza [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Cheri K. Push [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Colton J. Hulium, Robert P. Watson,
Marissa L. Wesley [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Trevor K. Schoonover [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Camaira L. Bridges [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Karissa M. Bridges [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Bart R. Powell, Veronica Garcia,
Daisy B. Merono [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Nancy M. Ochoa, Mark L. Anderson,
Teresa Haut [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Nina I. Frink [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Salini M. Lescell, William Elton Harvey the
Third, Jessica N. Smith, Jana Talent Garrison, Laura N. Rueese, Chantelle
Rodriguez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Esmeralda Duren [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Marcos Vitimontez, Bianca Marie
Talaustin, Patricia Torez Santiden, Alandra Delione Trejo [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Rosaria N. Munyo [assumed
spelling], that’s a tough one. Muyinpo [assumed spelling], here say it.>>Myonyo [assumed spelling].>>There we go, thank you. Katherine Louise Shruba [assumed
spelling], all right. Delissa R. Smith, Christy Gilbert, Daniel
F. Ramirez the Third [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Melisa J. Torez, Becky M.
Thompson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Cassandra R. Russel [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jennifer M. Sanchez, Diana L. Ramirez,
Cassidy L. Martin [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Richard A. Sanchez Junior [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Yahaida L. Oroso, Daisy Madrigel
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Oscar E. Omendedez, Tiffany M.
Scroggins [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Rosio A. Vasquez, Shawn B.
Smith [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Shaquila L. Smith, Benny
Romero [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Hector Adrian Selenes [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Isaiah Sunaga, Mathew E. Davenport,
David G. Dominguez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Adrian Howding [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Everton Damilo, Shirley L. Haynes,
Emmanuel Hernandez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Gary Williams [assumed spelling].>>Juan Nuna Olivarez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Rachelle Nicole Ickles, Lindsey Valarie,
Evalia McCree [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Ashley Green [assumed spelling]– Allison Rose Shillings, Samantha J. Mathis,
Huasha Caponsa [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Imani G. Powell [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Carla Hunter, Danielle Bakimbamba
Muansa, Penelope Santian Perez, Chrystal Wilburn, Olva Ooli
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] John Hudson, Ladi Peregrino, Lydia
Santoyo [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Elvira Castio, Ian Reese Diaz, Tamara Diaz
Okindo, Donotuse Azubuikay, Juyon Park, Diana Trejo, Edith Garcia, Sara
Pierre Sintino [assumed spellings]. Now presenting the Associate of Applied Science. [ Applause ] Joshua Hall [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Eric Gwen, Athena Marine Salone, Trinity Nuer,
Erin Poppy, Hadakimi Adigbelay, Avian Ruos, Stanley Meslar, Alejandro Munose Ramirez,
Jaquanda Sweeney, James Uquan, Brian Andrews, Ken Aziz Martinez, Anne Kell Rayanado, Tui
May, Denise Scott [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Candice Willburn, Maria Guadalupe Para
Alanise, Priscilla Almansa, Dolores A. Barnin, Sabrina Ashley Garcia, Misty Thompson, Jeanette
Simon, Sareeta Sharma [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Chimess Eliza, Courtney Gunts Summers,
Teresa Algonio [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Bernisia Allen, Alexandra Thurston, Lintara
Jones, Faviella Mobonodo, Evette Vasez, Marwa Mary, Shiela Mukamenega, Karen Saldiva,
Maria Purido, Kesha Williams, Elizabeth Sweet, Michelle Sweet, Ivan Ramirez, Jose
Covarubius Junior, Weamay Ocom, Olivia Vernell Marie Thomas Mitchell,
Tiana Atkinson, Victoria J. Cook, Bridget Turner [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Johanna Madina Sanchez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Shantay Marie Eriden, Mary Ophora,
Veronica Atata, Linda Fray, Alonda Banks, Niel Ranker [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Niantay Barry, Brittany Monese,
Kelly Browning [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Lajawa Bellwally, Monica Forn, Elvis Dinga,
Erica Hollits, Erica Riday, Ellen Tensley, Natasha Ferris, Tyler Rodriguez, Wendy
Willarn, Vicky Phoenix [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Kimberly Shippet, John Dejada, Mary
Dejada, Melisa Advese [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Cassidy Ventura Shenole, Jennifer Haven,
Gabriel Soto, Shayla Simone Patrice Larson, Correna Bailey, Sicily Laney Isabelle, Elizabeth
Amio, Leia Machao [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Stormie Sitburt, Jennifer Homesley, Christina
Morales, Jeffrey Grant, Chrystal Smith Hostile, Jennifer Diana Leber, Josuay Sosa, Dong
Chu, Tania McKnight, Colby Ray Chackle, Chancy Baxter, Erin Medlock, Frederick
Cosara, Joseph Romero [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Neil Rohan [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Ameet Karmakar, Oscar Orosco, Derick Merkledub,
Christopher Floyez Coyaso, Zachary Neilson, Aldean Kaygone [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] John Michael Camp, Courtney
Kissinger [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Carly Bohanan, Wendy Mandalana Guerrero,
Whitney Smith, Jess Rincone, Victoria Cameron, Donna Denise Levinway, Kelsey Choso, Woodward
Clemens, Monica Martinez, Laurie Jones, James Myers, Natalie Justine Brown, Rachel
Alsep, Cheyenne Warren, Kathy Fetford, Nancy Anne Salem Junior, Courtney Ashley Brown,
Jonathan Martinez Marcus, Delaney Anne Tune, Amanda Cox, Mackenzie Goph [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Stephanie Anne Sergeant [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Ashley Garner, Courtney Devilla,
Lindsey Rushing, Shelby Stockman, Aman Kaboria [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Stephanie Jane Jackson [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Heather Roaming, Philip Roaming,
Lillian Chuma [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Miriam Kamow [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Edward Vincent Shannon [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Love Lee Sam [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Modupay Oyuheday [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Shelby Fisher [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Prince Kunjaman, Christy Backwell,
Dianada Gusmon, Danica M. McLachlan, Media Micardo Ariano, Megan Holland,
Abigail Canarn [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Imagulada Chigosi Inoguan, Aviolo Michael,
Diana Vayez, Jill B. Dack, Victoria Watson, Erin Mosley, Marius Mungulu
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jean Sugnean [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Brian Joseph Sanders, Nathaniel Davis Senior,
Martine Ubena Junior, Briana Anulpo Alverez, Joseph Corally, Osiel Maldonaldo, Isaac
Wright, Holly Sanchba, Raymond Davis, Sergei Sorochen [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Ihsan Alrubay [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] David Ben Doh [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Esageta G. Bell [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Phatmanatan Sayunta Gumar [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Robert Fox Soh, Dora D. Major,
Dana Bagget [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Marty Bletso [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Degender Sing Johan [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Govenda Toppa, Rosie Meets [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Dusay Hamirez, Elilah Derogers, Diana Gesinya
Gentry, Lanie Gonzalez, Robert Gardaya, Shawn Watts [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Michael Boozer [assumed spelling].>>Way to go!>>Congratulations!>>Mercedes White, Andrew Gomez,
Brian Wallace [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Ladrice Sanders, Patrick Jethcoat,
Christopher Niracoya, Adrian Thompson, Michael Web [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Rafael Ariola, Jarrod Vera, Cierra Penayda,
James L. Louis the Third, Mark Anthony Gusmon, Eric S. Gardner Senior, David
Brown [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Decalbuli Kewali [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Chung Ling, Zachary Letterby, Kevin Brandon,
Guadalupe Gonzalez Junior, Jeffrey Bolt, Jose Contenbrano, Carmichelle
Brown [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Sharday Nikita McFarland [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Martin Marcharia, Christina Brown, Isella
Delgado, Maria Ortega, Correna Alvarez, Laveeta Lynette Goldberg, Heather Christianson,
Tania Gowna Carl [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Adoma Ori, Guadalupe Verzalez,
Benjamin Davis [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Khan Win, Sung Ki Yun, Latigra McGowan, Amber
Bradshaw, Mark Grant [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Danny Reed [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Derick Whent, Caesar Meldanado Garcia,
Ashley Van Lowe [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Tammy Arnold, Maria Espeno, Singrel Gunton,
Robin Arginbright [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Amanda Brown [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Maria Lynn Cartay [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Ivan Noria, Justin Kirby, Jessica Franklin,
Josuay Carisalez Junior, Amber Hill, Deniss Fullinger, Heidi Patterson,
Zachary Reynard [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Gabiolo Sausado, Kenika Kimberly
Jackson [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Dion Dycoff, Jyell Kintano, Collin Riley,
Lindsey McCormick, Cory Myers, Lesley McKenna, Janie Ross, Alene Bagget, Griselda
Delgado, Ryan Jordan, Michelle Anderson, Henry Drose [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Tran Win, Reynaldo Morano, Amelia Meadows,
Mathew Crist, Tracy Walton, David Ray Hendricks, Roberto Carlos Kelderone [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Leonardo Velasquez, Phatima Dawson,
Edward Pizono [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Timothy Medinger, Dustin Sessums, Cory
Rolindson, Jacquelyn Renee Haymes, Mortis Hambrick [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jacquelyn Lawson [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Samuel McDonald, David Juarez Junior, David Gene
Manning the Second, Ben Wagner, Jeanette Tanzet, Cindy Ramos, Amy Ageray, Cecilia
Bermudez [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Charley Jeffrey Senior, Obeth Myunda,
Deson Haphid, Maria Henson, Nathan Muscese, Alexander Torez Delgado, Shaunta Paskel,
Carolyn Dawson, Autumn Amber Luxton, Michelle Yi Sausado, Chrystal R.
Lanzipope, Tai Li [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Jason Sanford, Jose Diaz, Edmond
Mensa [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Frederick Hoenshoots the Third,
Kirk Washington, Andrew Knap, Constant Mosley [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Andrew Villiphono [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Rebecca Bradley, Jonathan Elee,
Manual Cruz, Sonya Louise, Rebecca Philbrey [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Thomas Spelch, Billy Bailey,
James Otieno [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Amber Waldon [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] William Arthur Hicks the
Second [assumed spellings]. We’re now presenting the Associate of Science. [ Applause ]>>Raysandra Unzusayna, Venus Gonzalez Hoyt,
Cody Collins, Nicholas Sheers, Tim Cook, Jason Moden, Michael Arnayo
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Brandon Sivinaro, Blessing Okbone, Ying
Ching, Christian Hemenez, Melanie Ward, Conner Mooreland, Brittany Dinger, Ishmael Garob
Junior, Jose Abulara Junior, Adam Anderson, Adriana Hernandez, Jesus
Beldrama [assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Ashton King [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Gilbert Tebareno, Javier Rodriguez, Katelyn
Marie Killian, Erica Morales, Andrew S. Udonyo, Kelly D. Mosley [assumed spellings]. Now presenting certificates of completion. [ Cheers ] Christopher M. Brine [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Caesar Opomo, Pamela McCloud, Armando Iella
Junior, Jose J. Lopez, Sara Stone, Kyle Turner, Erin Dancer, Baha Abushom [assumed spellings]. [ Cheers ] That’s all right, Take your time. [ Inaudible ] Brianna Martindale [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Zachary Breward [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Cory Phan [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ] Jacob Dally, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, Cruise
Yolanda Rivera, Irving Galindo, Mark Williams, James Petree, Mohamed Koreshy
[assumed spellings]– [ Cheers ] Maria Rodriguez [assumed spelling]– [ Cheers ]>>Melissa Ashley Cuker, Betsy Seal,
Rick Trodlin, Victoria Sanchez, Conlin Camelan Cujico, Donald
Seacrest [assumed spellings] [ Applause ]>>Will the candidates for
graduation please stand. [ Applause ]>>By the authority vested
in me by the state of Texas and by the Tarrant County College
District Board of Trustees, I hereby confer upon these students
the degrees and certificates which they have earned and
to which they are entitled. Congratulations. You may now move your tassels
from your right to your left. [ Applause ]>>Now that you’re graduates
you are automatically members of the Tarrant County College Alumni Association
and were presented pins as you left the stage. And, remember as you progress to the
next level of your academic career or as you enter the workforce, Tarrant County
College will continue to be here to serve you. Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you
the Tarrant County College class of 2018. [ Applause ]>>Graduates and faculty, please
remain standing for the recessional. Follow the instructions of your line marshals
who will escort you out of the arena. Audience, please remain seated until
graduates have exited the arena. This concludes our 50th commencement ceremony. Congratulations to our graduates and
everyone please drive home safety. [ Music ] [ Applause ] [ Music ] [ Music ] [ Music ]