Penn State Wilkes-Barre Celebrates Fall Commencement
On Saturday, December 18, 2004, Penn State Wilkes-Barre held a commencement ceremony for 53 graduates in the Athletics & Recreation Building’s gymnasium. The ceremony began at 10 a.m. with musical selections by the Penn State Wilkes-Barre Chorus. Christopher Borton, president of Borton-Lawson Engineering and Penn State Wilkes-Barre alumnus was the featured speaker. Valedictorian was Krissie Vensky and class speaker was Margaret Santiago.
A reception for graduates and their families, co-sponsored by the student activities fee, immediately followed the ceremony.
Students who earned diplomas are: Associate Degree in Business Administration: Toni Jackloski, Heather Lumadue, Summer Traver, John Voda; Associate in Information Sciences and Technology: John Arnone, Garry Musselman; Associate in Letters, Arts, and Sciences: Justin Gibbons, Tara Matreselva, Stephen Stasukinas; Associate in Electrical Engineering Technology: Scott Lees; Associate in Surveying Technology: Michael Kempinski; Bachelor of Arts in Administration of Justice: Kristy Corbett, Krista Slusark, Renee Zator; Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice: Joseph Bradley, David Fisher, Timothy McDermott, Joseph McKennas, Margaret Santiago; Bachelor of Science in Business: Alison Antos, Owen Cocolin, Christopher Dalessandro, Nicholas Kovaleski, Nicole Magyar, Dawn Mortimer, Gregory Naylor, John Nicholson, Scott Sims, Erin Sokolowski, Sandra Stavetski, Krissie Vensky, Heather Wheaton, Jeremy Yakus; Bachelor of Science in Information Sciences and Technology: Shawn Bonsall, Bryan Grigalonis, Robert Hooper, Musangi Muthui, Jeremy Sawicki, Matthew Suchoski, Daniel Tucker, Eric Ziomek; Bachelor of Science in Surveying Engineering: Frankie Babyak, Michael Fenick, Robert Howett, John Koptchak, Cory Mason, John Mullen; Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology: James Evans, Brian Gallagher, Frank Sylvester, Steven Visniski, Mark Zavislak; Bachelor of Arts in Letters, Arts, and Sciences: Karen Little.