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Local students graduate, earn honors

Students from across Northern Warren County graduated recently from various colleges, and many of them achieved various honors in the process.

Jonathon Parrish, Warrensburg, graduated from the School of Systems Engineering of the University of Reading with an applied bachelors of engineering in cybernetics and electronic engineering, 1st Class.

Brooke Winters, Lake George, received a bachelor of sciences degree from the college.

Graduating from the State University of New York at Geneseo recently were: Marisa Hall, Diamond Point, with a bachelor of arts degree Cum Laude; Katherine Lawson, Warrensburg, with a master of arts degree.

Earning a bachelors degree in sociology from the University of New Hampshire was Leah Betty O'Connor, Lake George.

Susan E. DuFour, Lake George graduated with a master of science in education from Pace University.

Kristina J. Knox, Lake George was named to the dean's list at Western New England College for spring 2010.

Graduating from Clarkson University recently were: Andrew M. Romanazzi, Queensbury, with a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering; and Victoria VanDerwarker, Brant Lake, with a masters in business administration.

The following students were named to the dean's list at Clarkson University for spring 2010: Alex J. Caico, Warrensburg; Cameron L. Jones, Lake George; and Chelsey L. Peat, Chestertown. Named presidential scholars at Clarkson University for spring 2010 were: Richard J. Kandora, Lake George; and Brett D. Walker, Chestertown.

The following students earned highest honors for the spring semester at Skidmore College: Vincent Newell and Nicole Newell, Warrensburg.

The following students graduated from Paul Smith's College: Mark Mason, Chestertown; with an associate of applied science degree in surveying technology; Kyle Moffitt, Chestertown, with a bachelor of science degree in forestry; Lawrence Turcotte, Chestertown, with an associate of applied science degree in surveying technology; Michael Turcotte, Brant Lake, with a bachelor of science degree in hotel, resort and tourism management.

Scott Fizgerald, Lake George has been named to the dean's list at Paul Smith's College.

Graduating from The College of Saint Rose recently were: Alyssa Raine. Chestertown; Kathleen Devoe, Karina Bengsz, Meagan Gallagher, and Adam York, Lake George; and Lauren Howe, all from Warrensburg.

Ryan Griffen, Chestertown, graduated from Morrisville State College with a degree in equine science. He was also named to the president's list for spring 2010.

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