Terry Campus Holds Nurses’ Pinning Ceremony


Staff Report

The Delaware Tech Terry Campus nursing program recently honored students who completed the Associate Degree and Practical Nursing programs with a pinning ceremony held December 15, 2016. The pinning ceremony marks the culmination of the journey through professional nursing education.

Students honored during the ceremony were:

Associate Degree Nursing Day Program: Kara Antonuccio, Shabana Bajwa, Toccara Barber, Heaven Joy Bolton, Candice Brooks, Hazel Chouri, Cory Comegys, Lindsay Christian, Stefanie Dubourg, Sheena Eastridge, Victoria Feliciano, Amanda Gonsalves, Kimberly Gross, Tiffany Kastle-Boyer, Megan Hershberger, Christopher King, Tiffany Leonard, Kelsey Lindell, Jamieson Martin, Brice Massie, Karen Moneta, Brenda Ngare, Bakhrom Otamirzaev, Nikki Rigney, Sierra Ross, Natalie Shane, Lauren Smith, Amy Troyer, Cassandra Usher, Brianna Venette, Michael Wise and Brooke Wolfe.



Associate Degree Nursing Evening/Weekend Program: Jessica Callahan, Maureen Darling, Robert Delzer, Shavon Frasier, Kelsey Grace, Adara Jamison, Cartisha Jones, Brittnay Lengle, Courtney Malilo, Courtney Moore, Keai Morris, Crystal Perkins, Cheryl Pullella, Diana Reyes-Moran, Michelle Todd, Nancy Wersten and Dezere Wilkins.



Practical Nursing Program: Lilian Adera, Kenneth Ayika, Gabriella Catalfamo, Shalonda Cleveland, Dennis Craig, Kelsey Dempsey, Christina Gardner, Jeremy Gardner, Chelsea Glasgow, Shiquana Griffin, Skye Ingram, Samantha Jenkins–Witt, Patricia Kaburia, Erica Mayrant, Rebecca McMullen, Kataya Murray, Melissa Nava, Dieunedort Ngadeu, Sandra Oduro-Twumasi, Jataejha Prince, Rachel Remedio, Tera Robinson, Sarah Shifflette, Elauna Simms, Christine Smith, Naairi Turner, Angelina Utz and Tiffany Wilson.



For additional information on the Delaware Tech Terry Campus Associate Degree and Practical Nursing programs, individuals can contact Dr. Jo Ann Baker at (302) 857-1329 or jbaker11@dtcc.edu.
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