TJC announces 145 December nursing graduates

The TJC School of Nursing and Health Sciences has announced 145 December graduates from its nursing programs.

Graduates include: 40 students from the traditional RN program, 22 from the LVN-RN Fast Track program, 26 from its LVN-RN Tyler AM (daytime) program, and 57 from the vocational nursing program.

Traditional RN program graduates and their hometowns are: Samantha Burch, Flint; Hannah Celsur, Canton; Kelly Chamberlain, Bullard; Allison Clark, Tyler; Hannah Clark, Diana; Elizabeth Edwards, Gladewater; Elizabeth Francis, Chandler; Esther Garcia, Tyler; Cecilia Gomez, Brownsboro; Eliana Gomez, Lindale; Kourtnie Goodman, Tyler; Melissa Grimm, Lindale; Jenny Günther, Flint; Jenni Hendricks, Flint; Madison Jacks, Tyler; Kristina Johnson, Hawkins; Seedy Keita, Tyler; Danielle Kelley, Kilgore; Tonesha Kincade, Troup; Harrison Kistler, Tyler; Abigail Laird, Tyler; Paxton Ludecke-Faubion, Mineola; Shelby Miller, Longview; Brent Moore, Tyler; Jordan Murray, Van; Victoria Pennington, Tyler; Sara Richardson, Tyler; Juan Rios, Tyler; Courtney Robinson, Tyler; James Rogerson, Tyler; Payton Schrader, Tyler; Chandra Skipworth, Hawkins; Brookelyn Skiver, Hideaway; Lexi Spencer, Van; Karla Staley, Tyler; Ashley Stroud, Van; Thandi Strydom, Winnsboro; Katrina White, Tyler; Jennifer Williams, Tyler; and Brandi Yowell, Van.
 
LVN-RN Fast Track program graduates and their hometowns are: Crystal Aldaco, Tyler; Kristi Angelo, Tyler; Taylor Beasley, Emory; Victoria Brackenridge, Tyler; Emily Carter, Lake Jackson; Tiffany Colston, Tyler; Danna Cordova, Lindale; Marisol Cruz, Hughes Springs; Brett Darragh, Henderson; Mallorie Farmer, Tyler; Kimberly Gable, Lindale; Jessica Gandarilla, Tyler; Cody Gilstrap, Tyler; Christina Hill, Van; Megan Jamieson, Lindale; Ashley Jones, Gladewater; Kayla Lenderman, Whitehouse; Shelly Peralta, Longview; Ashley Rojo, Rusk; LaDildra Seaton-Freeman, Tyler; Jamie Smith, Whitehouse; and Jaime Thurmond, Kilgore.
 
LVN-RN Tyler AM (daytime) program graduates and their hometowns are: Latasha Badgett, Jacksonville; Miranda Bassham, Sulphur Springs; Savannah Brown, Longview; Rocio Buffalo, Jacksonville; Anna Coffen, Tyler; Tiana Davison, Tyler; Zuleika Estrada-Coronel, Tyler; Natalie Gray, Tyler; Ashley Hamberg, Big Sandy; Carrie Holte, Alba; Traneisha Hunter, Rusk; Tiffany Jackson, Lufkin; Lisa Lee, Tyler ; BriKayla Medford, Henderson; Whitney Naylor, Van; Kayla Newsome, Tyler; Meshelle Norris, Lindale; Carina Ortega, Tyler; Sarah Pierce, Alto; Katherine Rush, Grand Saline; Maranda Shanks, Flint; Jason Sheets, Tyler; Cassie Tankersley, Lindale; Dawda Touray, Tyler; Te'Undra Williams, Lufkin; and Megan Wright, Tyler. 

Vocational nursing graduates and their hometowns are: Kaitlyn Arnold, Cushing; Mary Babe, Flint; Raven Barnes, Winona; Kadejah Brown, Tyler; Sarah Bullard, Tyler; Cherish Burns, Pittsburg; Ana Camacho, Como; John Cooke, Van; KiJana Criswell, Lufkin; Tabbitha Dockery, Canton; Rylee Erickson, Tyler; Annette Smith-Erskine, Tyler; Brianna Erwin, Tyler; Jessica Gannon, Tyler; Celine Gauna, Longview; Keisha Gillaspie, Lufkin; Morgan Gray, Ben Wheeler; Kendall Hardin, Oakwood; Maisie Harrison, Sulphur Springs; Maegan Hearon, Whitehouse; Jenny Holland, Point; Sequoia Holmes, Tyler; Casea Hope, Rusk; Sheravon Hopkins, Lone Star; Jessica Isaacs, Flint; U’reka Lollar, Tyler; Cherri McCoy, Jacksonville; Jennifer Mingboupha, Lindale; Charlotte Montgomery, Tyler; Alexis Nartia, Tyler; Paeton Nolan, Alto; Olivia O’Briant, Whitehouse; Allyson Pattison, Caddo Mills; Blanca Perez, Tyler; James Pike, Tyler; Misty Pritchard, Quitman; TeOddrick Ragsdale, Jacksonville; Koreigh Redding, Tyler; Michaela Redding, Tyler; Taylor Roberson, Flint; Dussie Sealey, Tyler; Kaylee Shaw, Chandler; Ryan Snow, Tyler; Amanda Stark, Tyler; Taylor Stewart, Leesburg; Katelyn Sullivanne, Lindale; Chase Swann, Spring; Victoria Taylor, Rusk; Bradley Triplett, Tyler; Yessica Valdez, Tyler; Mireya Vazquez, Tyler; Jayla Ward, Tyler; Tiffany Waters, Arp; Hailey West, Tyler; Shelby Whitehead, Overton; Nicole Wilkerson, Longview; and Lupita Yanez, Tyler.

About the TJC School of Nursing and Health Sciences
The TJC School of Nursing and Health Sciences includes programs of study designed to prepare students for challenging and rewarding careers in nursing and allied health occupations.

Students receive training from a top-notch faculty of certified healthcare industry veterans with extensive education and experience in their fields. Graduates have the opportunity to earn national certifications and go directly to work in various health-related industries of East Texas and across the nation.

For more information, go to TJC.edu/nursing.

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