TIFTON— A total of 400 students completed the requirements for graduation from the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College at the end of the 2019 Spring semester. Of those graduates, a total of 179 graduates received bachelor’s degrees. Among the graduates were 26 students who received their bachelor’s degrees in Agricultural Education, the first ever graduates in that field from ABAC.

The graduates, their hometowns, and fields of study are as follows:

Boston

Jacob H. Russell, Associate of Applied Science, Environmental Horticulture Technology

Cairo

Jayme Leigh Bowen, Associate of Science, Nursing

Alyssa B. Davis, Associate of Science, Nursing

Tamra Ann Harrell, Associate of Science, Nursing

Lynsey Hope Johnson, Associate of Science

Lindsey Victoria Lashley, Associate of Science, Nursing

Herman Peterson, Associate of Science, Nursing

Madison Taylor Poitevint, Associate of Science with Distinction

Gabrielle Linda Santiso, Associate of Science, Nursing

Montana Danielle Trawick, Associate of Science

Lawrence Edward West III, Bachelor of Science, Natural Resource Management

Coolidge

Michaela L. Smith, Bachelor of Science, Agriculture

Meigs

Jillian Leigh Grimm, Associate of Science, Nursing

Cathy Marie Williams, Associate of Science, Nursing

Ochlocknee

Toni A. Davis, Associate of Science, Nursing

Pelham

Guthrie Ross Edwards, Bachelor of Science, Business, Magna Cum Laude

D’Antonyia Jeanelle Sessions, Associate of Science, Nursing

Thomasville

Cerrika Latoya Brown, Associate of Science, Nursing

Shaketa Shontae Milhouse, Associate of Science, Nursing

Danielle Wilson, Associate of Science, Nursing