Western Michigan University announces graduates

Students from Rockford are among those who earned their degrees from Western Michigan University (WMU) in the spring 2012 class. Matthew Troyanowski earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary professional education. Paul Christopher Werkema earned a bachelor of arts in history. Amy Marie Goei earned her master of arts in counseling psychology. Nick Gene Perry earned his bachelor of business administration in food and consumer package goods marketing. James RP Chelone earned a bachelor of arts in public history. Lindsey Anne Williams earned a master of arts in counseling psychology. Donald Lee Montroy earned a master of business administration in business administration: marketing. David Paul Martella earned a master of science in engineering management. Kacie Christine Klos earned a bachelor of science in interdisciplinary health services.

Two Rockford students graduated from WMU with honors this spring. Ashley F. Harper earned her bachelor of arts degree in English, creative writing, and earned cum laude honors. Danielle Mary Downs earned a bachelor of science degree in family studies. She also graduated cum laude.

Morgan Lindsey Kasmer of Rockford is among the spring graduates of WMU, where she graduated with high honors. Earning her bachelor of science degree in nursing, Kasmer graduated with magna cum laude distinction.

Kristina Loznak of Belmont graduated cum laude. She earned her bachelor of science in interdisciplinary health services in occupational therapy.

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