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Local students graduate from Wayland Baptist




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Local students recently completed the requirements for degrees from Wayland Baptist University.

Jessie Andrew Callaway of Floresville earned a Bachelor of Science in occupational education from Wayland’s campus in Lubbock.

Andrea Mae Welfel of Floresville graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in business administration from Wayland’s campus in San Antonio.

Earl G. Craig of Floresville earned a Bachelor of Science in occupational education from Wayland’s campus in Wichita Falls.

Keith William Geltz of La Vernia graduated with a Bachelor of Science in occupational education degree in business administration from Wayland’s campus in San Antonio.

Armandina Mandy Salazar Rico of San Antonio earned a Bachelor of Science in occupational education degree in business administration from Wayland’s campus in San Antonio.

For more information on Wayland Baptist University, visit www.wbu.edu.
 

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