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Texas A&M Kingsville grads




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KINGSVILLE -- More than 850 prospective graduates crossed the stage to receive their degrees during commencement ceremonies held in the Steinke Physical Education Center at Texas A&M University-Kingsville on May 10.

Among them were area students:

Adkins
Ashley Eileen Treat, Bachelor of Science, agriculture

Elmendorf
Norma G. Peña, Bachelor of Science, civil engineering

Hobson
William James Holz, Bachelor of Science, chemical engineering

La Vernia
Matthew James Hillger, Bachelor of Science, agriculture
Matthew Denton Nuernberg, Bachelor of Science, agriculture
Blake Lawrence Young, Bachelor of Science, agriculture
Daniel Paul Wilson, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering

Pleasanton
Melissa Louise Thompson, Bachelor of Business Administration
Sarah Elizabeth Callihan, Master of Science

Seguin
Leo V. Gates IV, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering

St. Hedwig
Welden Benjamin Rappmund, Bachelor of Science
 

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