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BIRTHS AT HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER

Friday, May 30

A girl to Lauren Kennedy and Logan Davis of Poulsbo.

Monday, June 2

A girl to Christina Owens and Ian Dagsaan of Bremerton.

Tuesday, June 3

A girl to Desiree and Esmeraldo Olmo of Bremerton.

Wednesday, June 4

A girl to Donna and Brock Banks of Bremerton.

BIRTHS AT NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON

Monday, June 2

A boy to Rebecca and Dustin Serrick of Silverdale.

Tuesday, June 3

A boy to Josanna and Sean Ponsi of Bremerton.

A girl to Michelle and Bret Shanks of Bremerton.

A boy to Krystelle and Bryan Syster of Silverdale.

A girl to Micah and Thomas Woodley of Silverdale.

Thursday, June 5

A boy to Jodie and Eric DeGroot of Seabeck.

Saturday, June 7

A boy to Janelle and Erik Davis of Bremerton.

GRADUATES

SEATTLE — The following Bremerton students will graduate this month from the University of Washington.

Dominic Acala, psychology; Colleen Allen, business administration (management); Sherri Berdine, sociology; Joseph Berentsen, linguistics; Ryan Bergan, computing and software systems; Jamie Bernhard biology: general; Allison Burke, psychology; Robert Campisi, economics; Caroline Cates, drama and law, societies, and justice; Katherine Chu, psychology; Danielle Cronin, geography; Rosalie Cruz, anthropology; Zachary Curry, economics; Chan Doble, Japanese, international studies: Asia; Seth Drebick, electrical engineering; Kevin Eckert, chemistry: acs certified; Morgan Emm, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Andrew Engelhard, political science; Janet English, drama; Brett Fairall, English; Taryn Feenstra, business administration (human resource management); Joshua Ferguson, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Brett Fuller, civil engineering; Cameron Gaskill, biology: physiology; Levi Gonzalez-Gentles, history; April Greeson, drama, English; Jesse Griebel, community, environment and planning; Dustin Hawkins, mechanical engineering; Kristen Herr, geography; Rebekka Herr, communication; Kathryn Hightower, dance; Andrew Hill, business administration (information systems), psychology; Krista Holloway, business administration (accounting); Tamson Ing, near eastern studies: language and civilization; Justin Jacobson, Japanese; Allison Jager, business administration (finance); Lorenzo Jarin, speech and hearing science: communication disorders; Kashanna Jones, biology: cell and molecular biology; Ryan Josal, applied and computational math sciences; Kimberly King, political science; Steven King, mechanical engineering; Kipp Krause, physics; Lacaille Lee, general studies; Kirsten L’Heureux, general studies; Kerstan Lindsay, business administration; Roland Liscano, political science; Myra MacApinlac, biology, sociology; Josh Mathisen, business administration (accounting); Amy McDonald, business administration (marketing); Stephen Meriwether, English; Nancy Murphy, nursing; Justin Neste, biology: ecology and evolution; Bradley Ohman, electrical engineering; Daniel Olson, communication; Cheryl Ondracek, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Aaron Otheim, music (jazz studies); David Plessas, physics; Celeste Robertson, business administration (finance); Nicole Roel, psychology; John Saringo, geography; Arla Shephard, comparative literature, French; Ashley Stotts, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Tyne Tennyson, social welfare; Russell Thayer, economics; Donald Thompson, mechanical engineering; Quan Tran, biology: physiology; Rhonda Trevino, interdisciplinary arts and sciences; Jenna Trotter, English; Ryan Whiteley, computer engineering; Heidi Williams, anthropology, English; Travis Wilson, computer science, linguistics; Katiemarie Pepper Wing, political science, English; Adam Yudiskas, English; and Pamela Zavecz, business administration (accounting), Spanish.

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Kate Faulkner of Bremerton will graduate from Oregon State University this month with a bachelor’s degree in zoology.

DEAN’S LIST

DILLON, Mont. — Desiree Casey of Bremerton was named to the dean’s list at the University of Montana Western for spring semester. Students must be enrolled full-time or for 12 semester credits and have a minimum of a 3.33 grade point average (GPA) to be named to the dean’s list.

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