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MPTC Recognizes 44 Nursing Student Graduates

In spite of a wild ride
this year, 44 nursing program students have been recognized for completing
their nursing degree this semester from Moraine Park Technical College. They also earned their nursing pins, a symbolic
representation of the end of their Moraine
Park
journey, the
beginning of their career, and the celebration of the opportunities that lay
ahead. The students completing the semester include:

 

The students who will
graduate and receive their nursing degree and pin for the spring 2020 semester
are: 

Brittany Bathke of Watertown; Lindsey Baumann of Beaver Dam; Anthony Baures
of Baraboo; Ashley Beder of Cascade; Tracy Bostwick of Fond du Lac; Sarah
Bubolz of Montello; Ashley Carver of Germantown; Braelyn Cary of Fond du Lac;
Susan Case of Erie, CO; Jeremy Chamberlain of Fond du Lac; Rachel
Christophersen of Menomonee Falls; Erica Derksen of Waupun; Derritt Dietlmeier
of Hartford; Enleigh Dobyns-Schuetter of Fond du Lac; Elizabeth Elrick of
Kaukauna; Allyson Engel of Beaver Dam; Athena Falkenthal; Samantha Floyd of
Princeton; Emily Groh of Columbus; Sara Harmon of West Bend; Gina Hernandez of
Slinger; Itzamar Hernandez of Beaver Dam; Sabrina Hoeft of Waupun; Whitney
Holzman of Fond du Lac; Melissa Homz of West Bend; Melissa Hopp of Fox Lake;
Mackenzie Kent of West Bend; Kelsey Kliefoth of Menasha; Samantha Koch of
Mayville; Shalbe Kosciesza of Campbellsport; Tina Kraus of Fond du Lac; Alicia
Kuhfuss of Beaver Dam; Heather Lariviere of Hartford; Cassandra Layhee of
Juneau; Jessica Leibham of West Bend; Halima Mahamed of Fond du Lac; Heather
Perry of Fond du Lac; Julienne Pospichal of Columbus; Nicole Schmuhl of
Brandon; Megan Shodeen of West Bend; Lauren Siwy of Germantown; Katie
Splittgaber of Ripon
;  Jennifer
Summers of Horicon; Stephanie Szerbowski of West Bend; Amanda Tadych of Van
Dyne; Nicole Thiede of Horicon; and Brooke Weber of Hustisford.

 

Nursing graduates are
typically recognized at a pinning ceremony, but with the restrictions
surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the celebrations were moved online.