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Nursing students graduate, receive pins

Antelope Valley College is doing its part to combat California’s critical shortage of nurses with 62 graduates receiving their nursing pins during a Dec. 13 ceremony at the Poppy Pavilion, Antelope Valley Fairgrounds, Lancaster.

The nursing graduates are now qualified to take the national licensing exam to become registered nurses.

AVC contributes to the California community college’s standing as the top producer of registered nurses in California. AVC graduates two nursing classes each year through its associate degree nursing program.

Those in the fall 2009 graduating class include:

Natalie Adkins, Alison Amerson, Jaime Anderson, Vanessa Andrada, Jason Arellano, Yahia Assad, Elizabeth Butler, AnneMarie Campos, Margo Chaney, Maribel Corona, Conchita M. Davidhoff, Alyssa Dawson, Bertha De La Mora, Jessica Diaz, Ashley Dimacali, Elissa Dole, Bita Esfahbodi.

Brianne Ford, Kimberly Frederick, Linda Griffin, Deborah Gutierrez, Diana Henry, Tessiny Iriarte, Mary Claire Kraft, Krista Lee, Adriana Lopez, Ron Mallari, Caroline Marcondes, Brittany Marcus, Michael McCauley, Mercy Medina, Heidi Mitchell, Christina Mulalley.

Sarah Nelson, Brent Obinger, Obianuju Offor, Alicia Padilla, Margaret Polidan, Olivia Quintero, Ankita Rai, Lisa Razevich, Wendy Recinos, Pia Adelle Reyes, Vanessa Rodriquez, May Ronci, Lacy Sanders, Kimberly Sandoval, Anna Claudia Schaeffer, Nicole Shaver, Charmaine Shearer, Rebecca Skelton.

Johanna Trinidad, Jeneen Turner, Nadia Tehrani, Rosio Valle, Kristin Villanueva, Rina Villeda, Monica Wagner, Kimberly Will, Darah Wilson, Valerie Wohler and Juanita Zepeda.