UT Martin graduates include local students
The Messenger 05.23.08
Several Obion County residents were among the students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during the recent spring commencement, held in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center on the UT Martin campus.
The students receiving undergraduate degrees, listed by hometown, included:
• Kenton — Ellen M. Crum, Andrea Leigh Dvorak and Julie Michelle Farrar;
• Obion — Thomas Guy Hensley;
• South Fulton — Emily Lynn Clark, Jeramie James Cross, Joseph Trent Dowdy, Hunter O’Neal Galloway, Quintin Lee Haskins, Ascenith Ann Luker, Edward Aaron Phipps, Kevin Dale Whitten and Anna Elizabeth Williams;
• Troy — Whitney Leigh Buchanan, Natalie Elise Grossner, Eric Kissell and Bethany Anne Palmer;
• Union City — Tyler Wayne Barker, Jared Gene Barnes, Brandi Alicia Barrigher, Ronica Cornelia Bobo, Ryan Andrew Burke, Kristin Michelle Chandler, Ryan C. Chandler, Philip Lea Darnell Jr., Rhonda J. Davis, Emmylou Freeman Denman, Trent Coty Duncan, Christopher Thomas Edwards, Chad Daniel Elks, Kristina Luann Elmore, Logan William Flood, Frederick Aaron Forker, Sara Victoria Fowler, Tyler L. Goodrich, Jake William Graves, Stephanie Lynn Hayslett, James Matthew Kendall, Benjamin Lee Lax, Peter Jay Newton, Clint Stegall Rawls, Robert Andrew Regen, Meagan Brooke Smith, Cary Elizabeth Speed, Franklin Timothy Storey and Brittany Renay Thompson.
Among the students receiving master’s degrees were:
• Obion — Brenda Randolph;
• Troy — Donald Ray Walton;
• Union City — Emily London Cross and Sarah Elizabeth Quinton.