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Students earn awards at King’s commencement

Seventeen Luzerne County residents received academic awards during the 60th commencement exercises of King’s College. From left, first row: JT Glenn, Mountain Top, The John T. Stapleton Memorial Award for Accounting; Philip Victor, Nanticoke, The Temple B’Nai B’rith Award for Public Administration; Ann Kaluzavich, Pittston, The John P. Moses Award for Public Law; Nicole Stawasz, Plains Township, The Rev. James E. Kline Award for Mathematics; Vito Malacari, Plains Township, The Donald W. Farmer Memorial Award for History. Second row: Camille Valvano, Dallas, The Distinguished Achievement Award in Athletic Training Education; Gracemarie Mike, Shavertown, The Josephine T. Moran Foreign Language Award and The Robert A. Lodge Memorial Award for Graduate Study; Joseph Prociak, Forty Fort, The William G. McGowan School of Business Achievement Award for Business Administration; Deborah Wychock, Wilkes-Barre, The Susquehanna Valley Section, American Chemical Society Award; Lawrence Melf, Jr., Wilkes-Barre, The Father Murgas Memorial Award for Communications. Absent from photo: Melissa Biggs, Mountain Top, The John F. Kennedy Award for Political Science; Zachariah Wilkinson, White Haven, The Regina Award for Biology; Todd Maisano, Pittston, The Philadelphia Chapter, American Institute of Chemists Award; Ronald Oley, Jr., Exeter, The Award for Computers and Information Systems; Matthew Bordy, Swoyersville, The Distinguished Achievement Award in Human Resources Mangagement; Mark Yanchick, Dallas, The Lee Swienberg, Jr., Memorial Award for Computer Science; Stevie Musto, Pittston, The Betty Marie Duffy Scholarship for Achievement in Graduate Study in Reading.

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