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Chauncey K. Gregory

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Chauncey K. Gregory
Member of the South Carolina Senate
from the 16th district
Assumed office
April 12, 2011
Preceded by Mick Mulvaney
In office
Preceded by Red Hinson
Succeeded by Mick Mulvaney
Personal details
Born (1963-03-18) March 18, 1963 (age 55)
Lancaster, South Carolina
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Sherri
Children Marshall and Ellen Gray
Profession Businessman

Chauncey Klugh 'Greg' Gregory is a Republican member of the South Carolina Senate, representing the 16th District from 1992 through 2008, and again since 2011. In January 2008 he announced his retirement at the end of that year.[1] Gregory expressed his wish to re-enter the State Senate, and he ran for the District sixteen seat in 2011 after it was vacated by newly elected Congressman Mick Mulvaney. He was re-elected after winning the five-way Republican primary outright, garnering seventy percent of the vote, thereby making history in South Carolina, as it was the first-five way primary where no run-off was needed. Gregory's current term expires in January, 2013. His current committees are Fish, Game and Forestry, Rules, Judiciary, Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Corrections and Penology.

Gregory represents Lancaster and York Counties and resides in the city of Lancaster. He was instrumental in ridding the state of video poker and is currently working toward restructuring the state government, to give the Governor more power, and therefore, greater accountability for the successes and failures of the state. He is the former chairman of the senate Fish, Game and Forestry committee, which, among other things, oversees the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

In 2009, Gregory was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina by South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford. His term was to expire in 2012; however, he had to resign upon his re-election to the Senate.

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(music plays) May we bow our heads, please. Sisters and brothers, We gather together on this glorious day of dreams come true. To celebrate our graduates eager to experience their just rewards for their long hours of study. Often when they were too tired to go on, but too stubborn to quit. Often when caring for the additional needs of their family might cause them to stumble, but they would stand up tall and strong. And often they offered up many earnest and sometimes frantic prayers, now answered in His time and in His place. May we always remember the sacrifices made by our families, and hard work and dedication of your instructors and administrators that have brought you to this evening of joy. As each of you whom we honor tonight takes the short walk across this stage into a bright and exciting future, may you continue to be an inspiration to all those you touch. And may you, your families and your loved ones here tonight -- in body and in spirit -- be always blessed by the Holy bond of God’s purest love. (applause) Thank you, Trustee Nelson for that wonderful invocation. Good evening, and welcome to the 2016 Commencement Exercises of Pitt Community College. As President, it is my honor to greet you graduates and extend my sincere congratulations to you. We also welcome your family members, friends and special guests, and all our community supporters to this important milestone in your lives and in the economic development of our region. At this time, I would like to introduce several special dignitaries and guests. Will the following people please stand as you are named. First, our Pitt Community College Board of Trustees –Charles Long, Vice Chair Tyree Walker, Secretary Don Mills, Student Trustee Rashedah Abrams, Ms. Kathy Frazier, Dr. Virginia Hardy, Dr. Peter Kragel, Mr. Jimmy Nelson, Mr. Michael Overton, Dr. Patti Sanders-Smith, Mr. Randy Walters, and Mr. Walter Williams. Lets have a hand for the board of trustees of Pitt Community College. I also want to recognize the Chairperson of our PCC Foundation Board, Ms. Diane Waters. Would you please stand? Also, our State Board of Community College representative, Mr. Scott Shook. We're so proud to have the state board chair living in Greenville. Would the following dignitaries please stand? First off, our State Legislators Mr. Greg Murphy, Dr. Greg Murphy - please, as well as Pitt County Commissioner Mr. Melvin McLawhorn. Thank you for joining us, very much. Please join me in thanking all our honored guests for joining us tonight. This is a special day for you graduates. You have earned the right to be a part of the Pitt Community College tradition, and I am proud to welcome you in a few minutes as PCC Alumni. Now I ask that all parents, grandparents, spouses, and everyone who contributed to the success of our graduates to stand and receive a hearty round of applause from us all for your ongoing support and patience. Lets have all the parents, grandparents stand. Thank you so much. With the growing number of graduates, we've had to restrict the number of tickets of people attending this ceremony and you can see how full this stadium is. So we're so pleased that you were able to join us. You graduates represent one of the largest group of students participating in the Commencement ceremony in Pitt’s history. This is indeed the era of the community college, and you have benefited from the high quality education we offer. Most importantly, you have taken advantage of this opportunity and now are moving forward to jobs or advanced higher education but, you know, you wouldn't be in this place if it weren't for those folks here on the floor ends. They have been people who have guided you, who have helped you all along the way - our faculty and staff at Pitt Community College. Could I have you all stand and lets thank them for their support. I am so proud that we have such strong and active faculty members here at Pitt Community College and I think that is one of the primary reasons for our success. Now, the next part of the program is called the Distinguished Service Awards. In 1989, the Pitt Community College Board of Trustees established the Distinguished Service Award which is presented to a person or persons who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to enhance the mission and services of the college. At this point, I would like for Mr. Jeff Davenport and Board Chair Charles Long to come forward for this presentation. The 2016 Distinguished Service Award goes to a very special person who has served as a Pitt Community College Trustee for 10.5 years, including two years as Board of Trustees Chair. Mr. Paul Davenport is unable to join us this evening because of health concerns, but his son, Jeff Davenport, will be accepting the award for him. Mr. Davenport is a special friend of the College whose contributions to PCC go beyond the word “Distinguished” in his personable and inclusive attitude and his ability to reach out to all members of the campus and community in meaningful, and humorous, ways. He has represented the special interests of those in Pactolus and other rural areas of Pitt County. In 2007 he chaired a Task Force to extend PCC services beyond the Winterville campus and consolidate our credit and non-credit offerings and services to a greater number of students. This increased our effort to “educate and empower” underserved populations and individuals. The Farmville Center, opened earlier this year, was a direct result of this initiative. Mr. Davenport has served as a career officer in the U.S. Air Force and is partner in one of the largest agriculture enterprises in Pitt County and eastern North Carolina. So he has strong ties to our region and has also served our country across the globe. After a serious stroke that would have reduced most people’s participation in civic duties, Mr. Davenport remained a dedicated and valuable contributor to Pitt Community College, the trustees, and many individuals at the College. He has been a valuable advisor and friend to me, and I know that you, Jeff, will communicate our warm wishes and thanks to him. And so, I'll ask Chair Long if he would present this plaque to Jeff Davenport. (applause) Thank you, Dr. Massey, for that. I am very honored to stand up here today - especially in my father's place. I have to say, I have not told him he was receiving this yet. I wanted, one, for it to be a surprise and, two, he may have turned it down. He's not much for accolades. He truly loves Pitt Community College and I think you hit the nail on the head there a couple of times. It's truly about community. That's something I Iearned from him, he learned from his father and fathers before. Community is a big part of our lives and he truly saw toward that. I can, honestly, say he probably got more from Pitt Community College than he tried to put back into it, including - as Dr. Massey said, in 2013 he suffered a massive stroke while at a retreat in Raleigh as a board of trustees member and I just wanted to say - publicly - "Thank you, Dr. Massey". I truly believe it was his fast efforts in diagnosing my father at that time and getting him to REX hospital that he was able to recover in the way he was so - thank you for that, publicly sir. And again, thank you to you, the board of trustees, the faculty and staff of Pitt Community College for this wonderful award and, finally, congratulations to you - graduates. (applause) At this time, to introduce our graduation speaker, I welcome Trustee Don Mills to the podium. (applause) It is my honor to introduce our speaker for today’s Commencement Exercises for Pitt Community College, Mr. Anthony C. (Tony) Cannon, Chief Executive Officer of Greenville Utilities Commission in Greenville, North Carolina. Since its founding in 1961 as an Industrial Education Center, one of the primary objectives of Pitt Community College was to promote both economic development and the preparation of citizens through education and training to be important members of our local and regional work force. It is with pride that we welcome one of our oldest and strongest industry partners to participate in this graduation. Mr. Cannon came to Greenville Utilities in 2006 and was appointed CEO in 2012. He has 31 years of experience in public utilities, primarily in South Carolina and North Carolina. He holds an Associate of Science degree in Business from Tri-County Technical College, so he shares the alumnus status which you will assume later this evening. Moreover, he knows directly how important are the skills, attitudes, and commitment needed for success in a variety of sectors in our community through his leadership roles in the Pitt-Greenville Chamber of Commerce, the Pitt County Committee of 100, and numerous other professional and civic organizations. In addition to his Associate’s degree, Tony earned Bachelor and Master’s degrees from Southern Wesleyan University in Organizational Management. He serves on the Board of Directors for the American Power Association and his experience in electric, water, sewer, and natural gas operations is respected by peers across the country. I serve on the Greenville Utilities Board and have seen firsthand how his skills in economic development have helped not only GUC but all of eastern North Carolina. He is a catalyst for growth which will prepare us for a bright future. I present to you a strong leader and someone who is a close friend of Pitt Community College and our graduates. Please join me in welcoming Mr. Tony Cannon. (applause) Thank you very much. What a fantastic evening. I can't tell, are you people proud of these graduates? (cheers, applause) It is my honor to join you tonight. (cheers, applause) Alright, here we go. I would like to thank Dr. Massey and the Board of Trustees for extending the invitation to speak with you on this wonderful occasion. On behalf of the Greenville Utilities Board of Commissioners and our 450 employees, I bring you all greetings, our congratulations on this huge accomplishment and best wishes for a new and exciting journey in the next chapter of your life. A wise person once told me that the secret of a good speech is to have a good beginning and a good ending; and to have the two as close together as possible. Besides, my guess is that most of you didn’t come to hear me, you came here to celebrate a tremendous accomplishment and we need to get down to that business post-haste. So I will be brief in my comments. Pitt Community College and Greenville Utilities have worked together for many years. I would like to thank you for your partnership and for what you contribute to our community and our region. I have had the opportunity to work with Dr. Massey on several initiatives, most of them related to economic and workforce development, and he has always been an advocate for progress. One of his driving forces is creating opportunities for you, his students, and making this area of our State a place where you can live and work proudly. I have also had the opportunity to work with several of your trustees and they carry the same banner. We even share some of the same leadership. Don Mills is our Chair-Elect on the GUC Board and Dr. Virginia Hardy is a past-chair. Both are great leaders and they both always put the best interest of our community ahead of themselves. Today is a very special day. You will each have many birthdays, attend many parties - probably some of them tonight, I would guess, you're going to celebrate many Fourths of July, but today, and today only, you are graduating from Pitt Community College! This marks the culmination of many years of work for you and you should be proud. But let this be the beginning of your life-long learning experience. Albert Einstein is quoted as saying that, “the value of a college education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think”. And, from where I sit on a daily bases, I'll tell you that sometimes thinking is way under-rated. In an age where vast amounts of information in the palm of our hands, people rely less and less on their ability to think and more on their ability to access data. At some point, someone has to make sense of that information and that is what you’ve spent your time, energy and money learning over that last few years. You know, it seems like only yesterday, but - as Don was quick to point out, it was a long time ago - that I crossed the stage at my graduation from Tri County Technical College at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, South Carolina. Like many of you here today, I was excited, and a bit nervous, about starting a new chapter in my life. I had no idea at that time that my life’s journey would bring me to Greenville, NC. I actually had no intention of making my career in utilities. Believe it or not, I was once young and bright-eyed person like many of you. I had my sights set on being a musician and entertaining people for a living. I was only going to work a “real job” until I got a break and was able to play music full-time. As it turns out, there were tens-of-thousands of other people with much more talent and the same plan. If you’ve ever heard the term ‘starving artist’, I’m here to tell you it is an accurate depiction. Some thirty years later, I stand here before you having the honor of speaking with you as the manager of our utility – your utility. The day after I graduated from Tri-County Tech, I started my first job as a meter reader at our local utility. Like I said, I had no intention of making it my career; I just needed a job to pay the bills. But it’s funny how life turns out. Along the way, doors opened and paths emerged that I couldn’t have fathomed during my first day as a meter-reader. I was fortunate to have mentors that allowed me to learn and grow without telling me what couldn’t be accomplished. I think it is important for you to understand that you can be successful if you believe in yourself and you surround yourself with positive people. I can’t stress this enough, surround yourself with positive people who believe in you and are willing to help you achieve your goals. No man is an island. After a few years, I met a lovely young lady and I soon grew weary of hitting the road playing music every weekend. I started to focus more on my opportunities in utilities. Like Don said, I went back to school at night and received my undergraduate and graduate degrees while working full-time. Along the way, I was promoted to different positions within the organization and worked hard to understand the business. And, I'll tell you, that's important. A lot of you are going to be going out and starting new jobs, starting new careers. The firs thing you need to do is learn the business that you're going to be working in. Develop a passion for that and work hard. And you'll feel better about yourself and your employer will notice too. There was no way of me knowing back when I was in your seat, and there is no way of you knowing today, which paths you will eventually follow. I am living proof that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. I am proud to manage Greenville Utilities and work with people like Dr. Massey, Don Mills and Dr. Hardy. We have about 450 employees at GUC and many of them are PCC graduates. They work daily to contribute to the quality of life in our area and create opportunities for economic development that bring jobs and growth to our area. We have jobs ranging from lab technicians to auto mechanics; linemen to inspectors; accounting technicians to welders; and many more. All told, of our 450 employees, there are about 175 different job titles at GUC. We rely on our partnership with Pitt Community College to educate our future employees and to provide continuing education for our existing employees. It is a partnership that has served us well for many years - and I hope it will serve us for many years to come. Along the way you're going to get a lot of advice. Some of it you're going to want to remember and some of it you're going to want to forget and you have to do both. Years ago, I started writing down things that I thought were kind of catchy. That I could go back to later on and get a different view on how things work. Like, "don't argue with a fool because they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience." "Don’t suffer from insanity, enjoy every minute of it." "Don’t take life too seriously, no one gets out alive." "Some days you’re the bug, and somedays you’re the windshield" "A closed mouth gathers no foot." "Some people are like a slinky…not really good for anything and yet you still can’t help but smile when you shove them down the stairs." You know, if my life depended on it, I couldn’t tell you what the keynote address was about when I graduated from Tri-County Tech some thirty one years ago. I couldn’t even tell you who delivered it. I had a million other things on my mind that day and just like you, I was ready to make “the walk” and get on with it. So, if you only remember one thing that I say this evening remember this: You're about to become college graduates. You have an opportunity to play a special part in the future of this community, our State and our Country. Take full advantage of what life has to offer. Revel in your freedom and sample the full richness of the opportunities that lie before you. Believe in yourselves and help your fellow man. By helping others, you will find more joy and happiness than you can imagine. You are Americans and it is your birthright to dream great dreams and achieve great things. Graduates, Godspeed and Go Bulldogs! (applause) Lets give Mr. Cannon another round of applause please. For that great speech. (applause) Thomas gould, vp academic affairs Members of the board of trustees, Dr. Massey and other distinguished guests and friends, it is with great pleasure that I recognize the outstanding faculty who have guided our graduates in their educational journey. Will the faculty please stand. (applause) There are also many staff who support our college. Will staff members please stand. (applause) Tonight you will notice that some graduates wear academic regalia representing special achievements. Please note that honor recognitions are listed on the last page of your program. Alright, ready to get down to business?! (cheers) The graduates will be called forth by the dean of each division, and I am pleased to introduce these academic leaders: Dr. Stephanie Manley-Rook will present the graduates of the Arts and Sciences division. Ms. Kathryn Clyde will present the graduates of the Business Division. Mr. Mark Faithful will present the graduates of the Construction and Industrial Technology Division. Dr. Dan Mayo will present the graduates of the Public Services and Fine Arts Division. And Ms. Donna Neal will present the graduates of the Health Sciences Division. The degrees and diplomas will be conferred by our own illustrious president Dr. Dennis Massey. Each graduate has worked very hard to complete his or her degree, and it is important that everyone be able to hear his or her name called during this time. We ask that you please honor our graduates by allowing them to hear their name called tonight. ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION (117 Walking Graduates) It is my pleasure to announce the candidates for degrees and diplomas in the Arts & Sciences Division. Many candidates receiving the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science will also receive the Transfer Core Diploma in Arts and Transfer Core Diploma in Science. ASSOCIATE IN ARTS Claire E. Allen Michelle L. Ashe (also AGE) Cierra E. Askew ♦ Katie E. Barnes Jody S. Beamon Austin M. Berry (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Dana J. Bivens Sarah K. Bolton Courtney M. Booher ♦ Karina L. Bowen Maggie C. Bowen Richard P. Bradley Stephanie A. Brown Talisha D. Bullock Rebecca S. Bynum ♦ Juan F. Caballero Jack J. Cagnassola ♦ Sarah P. Cherry ♦ Shara D. Chilcoat Charles T. Clark Braxton A. Coleman Acolia Q. Conley Damaris L. Crews (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Chuong N. Doan ♦ Ebony N. Floyd Bellanice M. Francisco Chauncey T. Gilliam Margie M. Glisson Azaya I. Graham Jimmy L. Hardy Ian R. Hasbrouck (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Adelia L. Henderson (also AGE) Kyle E. Hendrix Tamara E. Hunter Boluwatife T. Johnson Kelsey G. Jones ♦ Margaret I. Knight Tracy L. Knight (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Allison A. Knox Lindsey E. Lamb ♦ Austin W. Lamm Brittnee D. Lassiter Garlinda U. Lewis Elizabeth G. Lones (also AGE and Associate in Science) Sarah E. MacCann Destany M. Maurizzio India V. Mays (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Tonya M. McCarter (also AGE) Charles R. Mercer Corey E. Mills (also AGE) ♦ Taylor E. Modlin ♦ Erica M. Mooring Brooke A. Morawski Barry A. Nichols Heather L. Owens Melissa R. Pakowski Daisy Perez Johannes H. Piscaer ♦ Anfernee S. Rascoe ♦ Ricky J. Reese Branlyn F. Roberson Tanya L. Rodriguez Aswa D. Rodgers (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Kayla M. Rowe (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Raychel C. Roe Samaher H. Salahaldin Turner L. Shafer ♦ George L. Shaver Denari M. Smith Wesley A. Speight Ayesha A. Stoddard Rosa M. Tyson (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) ♦ Brandon L. Underwood (also Associate in Science) Caethe A. Vance Suzanne S. Vinson ♦ Sierra A. Wheeler Gregory R. White ♦ Patrisha K. Whitlow (also Transfer Core Diploma in Arts) Allen L. Wilkins Kendra N. Williams Logan G. Willis Amber N. Wright ♦ Mariela Ychante ASSOCIATE IN GENERAL EDUCATION (Degree) Latoya M. Armstrong Hannah A. Boltinghouse ShaDena D. Coward Sue A. Foreman Najielynda L. Henley ♦ Felecia Kornegay Rebekah C. Laurin Jasmine L. Mobley ♦ Chrissa D. Moss Ciara R. Peed Ella L. Roberson Jonquelia S. Semies Tisha L. Simmons Taylor L. Smith Naomi M. Spruill Natashu C. Tuten Madison Wall ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE (Degree) Haley M. Allen Jessica L. Freeman (late add, not in program) Charles E. Goodman ♦ Tyler A. Jones Destinee D. Joyner ♦ Seth E. Tunnell (also Associate in Science Pre-Engineering) ♦ Timothy W. Umphlett BIOTECHNOLOGY (Degree) Brandon D. Drake Albert R. Jones ♦ Casey E. Owens ♦ Tomekia Quiana C. Phillips Alina Tejo-Vazquez Cameron M. Thomas Grant A. Weaver GENERAL OCCUPATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Jacqueline A. Daniels TRANSFER CORE DIPLOMA IN ARTS (Diploma) Scottie M. Hooks Thank you very much. Good evening. It is my pleasure to announce the candidates for degrees and diplomas in the Business Division. ACCOUNTING (Degree) ♦ Lynda M. Black Ginger H. Ferrell Chanquila Flowers (also Business Administration) Eddie E. Gonzalez Stephanie D. Johnston (also Business Administration) Sarah C. Lee (also Business Administration) Sonya M. Lee (also Business Administration) ♦ Sarah S. Owens (also Business Administration) Alfred D. Suggs BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Degree) Kami S. Brown Clinesha Chesson Jessica J. Cook Jeffrey L. Edwards Kimberly K. Elbert Kimberly L. Garner Brenda A. Green Cordarro Gregory Latora J. Hatten Wooten Mason L. Hughes Justin N. Jackson Keith A. Joyner Cynthia D. Lucas Shaquanna C. Riley Qucanda L. Spruill Christen N. Stanford BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (Degree) Anissa Evans (also Business Administration) Lisa M. Finch Xzavier K. Harris ♦ Angela J. Johnson Amanda M. Matis (also Business Administration) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: MARKETING AND RETAILING (Degree) Benjamin M. Blackburn Jacqueline D. Cherry Andrew Couslar Allison G. Dail Danielle C. Daniels Britney N. Lowe Bianca Murchison-Lopez Cynthia A. Proctor Sha'taiza D. Pugh ♦ Lashae S. Settles COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Tiffany A. Anderson Jaleesa M. Battle Lester E. Daniels ♦ Melissa M. Enzor ♦ Raymond E. Hayes ♦ Joseph M. Hodges ♦ Michael R. Hughes Theottis D. Lucas ♦ Michael D. Pike (also Networking Technology) ♦ Sandy C. Rose Martrell L. Suggs Amber U. Thompson COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (Degree) ♦ Michael J. Beaman Shelia M. Cantine Daniel Murphy DENTAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION (Diploma) ♦ Donna M. Tucker ENTREPRENEURSHIP (Degree) ♦ Christopher M. Elkins ♦ Calamity J. Gibbs Christine E. Humphrey ♦ Courtney E. Phillips (also Business Administration) Mary L. Wills HEALTHCARE BUSINESS INFORMATICS (Degree) Thomas E. Clark Michelle E. Skinner HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Tenisha C. Bazemore Felicia O. Cobb ♦ Joanna I. Fornes Felicia E. Gallman Heather L. Johnson Kisha R. McIntyre Ashley N. Meeks Katasha L. Simmons Amber Wilson MEDICAL INSURANCE (Diploma) Destiny M. Blango Tiffany M. Dunlop MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION (Degree) Wendy L. Allen Hanan F. Al-Sharawneh (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Heather L. Baughman (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Brittney R. Belcher Diamond S. Bigelow Kimberly J. Bizzell Nashet L. Clay Erika C. Conner (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Angelica W. Crawford ♦ Aaryn D. Crook Chanqua R. Daniels Laura G. Edwards (also Patient Representative Diploma) Wanda E. Everett (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Cotina M. Goddard (also Patient Representative Diploma) Jasmine M. Goddard ♦ Linda W. Goff Kadejiah Hartley (also Patient Representative Diploma) ♦ Kelly D. Holton (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Lynda M. Hooks (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Samantha C. Johnson (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Antoinette D. Jones ♦ Lee R. King (also Medical Insurance Diploma and Patient Representative Diploma) Mae F. Langley Moore (also Patient Representative Diploma) Lachelle S. Latham Amy N. Lee Therese Pearl L. Manning Amber L. Matthews Ashley T. McLawhorn (also Patient Representative Diploma) Evelyn E. Miller ♦ Stephanie L. Minor (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Dana N. Moore (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Della J. Moore (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Shamika A. Moore Talia T. Moore (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Irisha O. Mooring Jessica N. Pollard Pamela G. Reason Rosalinda Rebollar Dwight D. Reeves Anita M. Roberson (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Blake A. Roberts Jessica N. Roundtree-Price Shanta L. Smallwood Shaina M. Smith (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Brandee L. Sowers (also Medical Insurance Diploma) Tiffany W. Stotesbury (also Patient Representative Diploma) ♦ Camille F. Thomas Larita Tysor April L. Violette Tyeshia L. Wade Lynsey D. Wallace Tia M. Webb Connie D. Wooten (also Medical Insurance Diploma) NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY (Degree) ♦ William E. Hopseker ♦ Michael R. Karp ♦ Jamie B. Morgan OFFICE ADMINISTRATION (Degree) Diamyn T. Graham-Johnson (also Office Administration Diploma) ♦ Lori J. Harrell Fannie L. Johnson Doris A. Moore (also Office Administration Diploma) Kayla N. Roe (also Office Administration Diploma) Valente Tillery SIMULATION AND GAME DEVELOPMENT (Degree) ♦ Daniel L. Meeks It is my pleasure to announce the candidates for degrees and diplomas in the Construction and Industrial Technology Division. AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING & REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Brandon K. Armstrong ♦ Gary J. Bowes (also Efficiency & Performance Diagnostics Diploma) ♦ Matthew A. Cowand Andrew T. Farrell Austin L. Healey ♦ Kenneth W. Johnson Davey A. Lamont Kyle P. Modlin ♦ Hunter L. Moore Marcia K. Norfleet Austin C. Paul ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Anthony M. Marshall Ernest Moore Jorge A. Perez-Velasquez AUTOMOTIVE LIGHT-DUTY DISEL TECHNOLOGY (Diploma) Matthew P. Bynum Joseph R. Moore Mustafa B. Salem AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Benjamin L. Bailey (also Automotive Systems Technology Diploma) Anthony W. Burroughs Harrison D. Carter ♦ Luis A. Clemente Galeana (also Automotive Systems Technology Diploma) Kenderick D. Davis Robert L. Edgerton Terrie L. Grier (also Automotive Systems Technology Diploma) Joshua A. Head (also Automotive Systems Technology Diploma) Brady N. Johnson Corey A. Jones Chad W. May (also Automotive Systems Technology Diploma) Tyler T. Quick Tu Taw Ryan V. Zullo (also Automotive Systems Technology Diploma) AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (Diploma) Ashley D. Wright BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Michael L. Bailey John T. Belotti Kyle M. Freeman William R. Nyberg Zachary F. Pendergrass ♦ Cameron T. Pomeroy Addison B. Powell Darrell G. Warren John Z. Williford ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY (Degree) ♦ Daniel Castro ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Trey J. Beach ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Joseph E. Cornelius (also Electrical System Technology Diploma) ♦ Abraham Diosdado (also Electrical System Technology Diploma) Matthew S. Harrell (also Electrical System Technology Diploma) Cayman E. Hodge (also Electrical System Technology Diploma) Christopher B. Jackson (also Electrical System Technology Diploma) Delia C. Prieto (also Electrical System Technology Diploma and Criminal Justice Technology Degree.) HORICULTURE TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Megan J. Bass ♦ Ethel P. Godley INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (Degree) ♦ William T. Filmore (also Industrial Maintenance Diploma) ♦ Jonathan A. Still Tyler A. Tripp Joseph W. Voliva (also Industrial Maintenance Diploma) Carson E. Williams (also Industrial Maintenance Diploma) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Ricky L. Biggs (also Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma) WELDING TECHNOLOGY (Degree) David M. Chambers (Late add) ♦ Eldon B. Cordice ♦ Quincy H. Culler Michael Dugger Justin Q. Fuller Matthew D. Stephens Wayne L. Taylor ♦ Andrew Thompson Juan A. Velosa (also Automotive Light-Duty Diesel Technology Diploma) It is my pleasure to announce the candidates for degrees and diplomas in the Public Services and Fine Arts Division. ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN (Degree) ♦ Mandy R. Clements Isiah S. Darden Isaiah M. Dixon Justus L. Edmonds ♦ Diane F. Garcia Dontrez L. Gooding Soyica T. Harrell Hollande M. Joyner ♦ Christopher L. Kornegay ♦ Eric S. Moore ♦ Victoria L. Privette Demond L. Smith Shakeira J. Staton Aimee N. West Hannah K. Wilson ASSOCIATE IN FINE ARTS (Degree) Jordan E. Davis Aaron E. Ellis Matthew K. Farris ♦ Ashton R. Lowe Rasheen T. Mallory Travis T. Stepherson Trevor H. Wells Michael A. Worthington (also Associate in Arts and Associate in General Education) CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY (Degree) ♦ Joshua T. Anderson Trayvone J. Barnes Frushica C. Best Cedric R. Blow David Brown ♦ Kendra A. Brown ♦ Clifton D. Bryant Utivia J. Carter Leslie H. Cooper Elizabeth M. Dail Alton O. Davis Elizabeth Y. Garza Keshaya O. Gore Donald R. Harrell ♦ Veronica M. Harris ♦ Samantha D. Hill (also Criminal Justice Crime/Computer Fraud) Gay L. Htoo ♦ Robert L. Hudson ♦ Nyema C. Kerr ♦ Shannon L. King Steven M. Lassiter ♦ Benjamin W. Lovell Chris T. McLawhorn Tara M. McNeill Janise V. Miller Keshera M. Moore ♦ Jessica L. Nellis ♦ David L. Nichols Latica S. Norfleet Shareva T. Parker Ahmad K. Quran Ebaney Reeves (late add on 5/6/16, not in program) Asiashonickelet Roach Jacquay D. Roach Magaly A. Rojas Carlina A. Shotwell Christy R. Smallwood Portia G. Strickland Lynelle A. Suggs ♦ Jenny R. Toler ♦ Carmela V. Warren Angela H. Waterman Charlene T. Williams ♦ Jessica N. Williams Julissa M. Wright EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (Degree) ♦ Tinisha N. Banks Shaquna K. Blow ♦ Amanda T. Brooks ♦ Vanessa L. Cole (also Early Childhood Diploma) Virginia R. Dawson (also Early Childhood Diploma) Brenda R. Dudley (also Early Childhood Diploma) Shikaria S. Edwards (also Early Childhood Diploma) Mesha L. Gibbs Jennifer C. Goodnight Eboni Z. Gorham Rachita C. Grimes Ebony S. Harris Miyikia A. Harris ♦ Janita L. Hines Danielle M. Holley Jenna C. Jones Judy M. Matthews Megan A. Miller Bobbie J. Mills Serena S. Norfleet Lanikkia L. Pollard ♦ Eva V. Pugh ♦ Carolyn B. Reid Melinda Taylor (also Early Childhood Education Diploma) Dewona L. Teele Monica D. Willis Denisha Wilson Carlyn R. Wynne HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY (Degree) ♦ Michael T. Barham Anthia B. Bess ♦ Maci R. Billiot Emma A. Brooks Natasha N. Collins Charlene N. Frazier Van J. Harvey ♦ Casey A. Hollowell Amy J. Jackson Kedria D. Jones ♦ Barbara F. Knox Solita C. Mayo Tammy T. Moore Heidi M. Pilgreen Estela A. Ruiz Selena R. Simmons Lisa M. Spruill Teneshia L. Webb Clevonne D. Peterkin HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY/GERONTOLOGY (Degree) Gloria Brown Tome E. Cannon Saundra J. Dye Nathaniel J. Goodwin (also Human Services Technology Substance Abuse) *not listed in program, late add). ♦ Donna J. Hale Mary E. Harper Kimberly L. Harrell Sarah L. Hill (also Human Services Technology) Michele L. Nobles Elizabeth R. Stocks Davette L. Whichard HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY/ SUBSTANCE ABUSE (Degree) Melody G. Allen ♦ Leon M. Bell Laurie B. Grimes Kori E. Holland Ashley L. Lee Ghadah H. Parker Heather K. Redd Tamika L. Suggs ♦ David L. Taylor Desean C. Thomas ♦ Vanessa J. Thompson Latasha W. Williams PARALEGAL TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Keyonna N. Easter ♦ Mary E. Gardner ♦ Hunt R. Gibson Chieko L. Hill ♦ Amber Murphy ♦ Justice E. Payton ♦ Kendall F. Singleton Norma I. Torres ♦ Evelyn L. Zulauf PARALEGAL TECHNOLOGY (Diploma) ♦ Jamell Garner ♦ Timothy J. Head ♦ Stephen C. Jones ♦ George P. Swindell THERAPUETIC RECREATION ASSISTANT (Degree) Tonya D. Askew Courtnie N. Creech Adam J. Johnson Kassaundra L. Kinkton Taushima D. Nixon It is my pleasure to announce the candidates for degrees and diplomas in the Health Sciences Division. COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY & MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING TECHNOLOGY (Diploma) ♦ Wanda Futral Corine R. Strickland ♦ Ericka L. Tyer ♦ Hayley A. Yow HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Degree) ♦ Cindy C. Chandler Jackie M. Everette Latrice S. Hill Ashley L. Huber April W. Johnson ♦ Rebecca Joyner Bonnie R. Leonard Jessica D. Massengill Melissa S. McRee Brianne E. Murphy Melvin M. Phillips ♦ Mary L. Thornton Latoya Walton MEDICAL ASSISTING (Degree) Fredericka R. Alford Tiarra N. Bell Perla I. Benitez Jolisa A. Blount Denaja L. Carter ♦ Ann D. Cordina Tyeesha R. Davis Tiffany L. Hassell Kristin N. Hopkins ♦ Aren C. Laput Quanisha J. Mincey Haleema Musallam (also Associates in General Education) Prinscely E. Nkouka Chelsea L. Owens Erica A. Perez Mikia Pitt Dasmine T. Simpson Marcus L. Smith Shauni K. Smith Niambi C. Spells Candace M. Spruill Harlee N. Stanley Jeriesha Stokes Shanna A. Warren MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY (Degree) ♦ Ana C. Castaneda Ponce Stephanie S. Cummings Kristina N. Fenley Lindsey Grosskopf Courtney F. Hardee Hannah C. Lee Quenesha C. Lowery ♦ Kaitlyn C. Roberts Kari D. Smith Dejane Tyson NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY (Degree) Leeann N. Baxley ♦ Nicole Casasanto ♦ Cheyenne E. Hudson ♦ Lesley P. Rogerson OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (Degree) ♦ Staci L. Carter Jennifer L. Fryar (late add) ♦ Julie A. Jackson Shalonda N. Moore Londa J. Stoeckle Donna H. Williford POLYSOMNOGRAPHY (Degree) Natasha T. Bealon ♦ Dashawna C. Britt ♦ Kevin C. Davenport Katey M. Dunn Christian A. Everette Cassie L. Fuller Julianne R. Haifley Ethirling Hawkins Eric A. Henderson Kevin B. Mullen Kasey M. Smith ♦ Seneca L. Smith RADIOGRAPHY (Degree) Leeza A. Askew Sarah L. Askew Cody A. Beachum ♦ Ashley D. Brown Krystal N. Coward Tyler S. Davis Joanna A. Futrell Chadwick A. Gardner Olivia D. Grant Dana A. Hall Taylor B. Jackson ♦ Bailey L. Jean Sarah G. Kuntz Skylar B. McCarty Sanddy G. Medina ♦ Rachel J. Pope Dylan T. Spry James R. Williams RESPIRATORY THERAPY (Degree) ♦ Ricardo F. Bell Karlee M. Fottler Lauren N. Harris Olivia Y. Mua Lauren D. Parrish ♦ Cori L. Teague Carolyn N. Todd Megan A. Vanfosson Sarah E. Wallace ♦ Tracey L. Whitley THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE (Degree) Luckea S. Benston (also Therapeutic Massage Diploma) Olivia D. Cooley (also Therapeutic Massage Diploma) Chantavious D. Harris (also Therapeutic Massage Diploma) Casey J. Rahn (also Therapeutic Massage Diploma) Tanisha D. Scott (also Therapeutic Massage Diploma) THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE (Diploma) Pamela B. Pearson ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING (Degree) Michael M. Anderson Whitney E. Askew Keanna L. Baker Pamela R. Barnes (also Associate in Arts) Kathryn V. Barnhill Jennifer R. Becherer Sandra B. Bibbs Brittany N. Blackman Helen S. Brickhouse Leigh A. Bryant ♦ Crystal D. Campbell Kristina L. Champagne Kenna L. Champion Rebecca A. Craddock Jack Dail Katalin N. Danner Chelsey S. Everett Elizabeth G. Farmer Ariela V. Frontera Sarah J. Glancy Chelsea E. Gregory Margaret R. Hendrixson Stephanie R. Hogge Melissa N. Holland Samantha L. Holt Joseph P. Horvath Jamie L. James Heather B. Johnson Jessica M. Johnson Christy H. Jones Jessica L. Jones Jacinta Q. Joyner Leeza G. King Danielle S. Lamm Devin G. Laughinghouse (also Associate in General Education) Olivia A. Lewis Madeline Lyle April L. McLawhorn Kristen G. McLawhorn Kristina A. Miller Caitlin L. Moore Jordyn A. Moore Kathy A. Moore Ryan W. Morriss Maya T. Nobles Monali R. Patel Kristen S. Peele Timmy D. Reddick Callie R. Richardson Emily C. Roberts Laura Rose Morgan C. Ross (Also AGE) Yolanda R. Sanders Crystal P. Saulter Tarena D. Scott Ariana N. Sellers Mary K. Simpson Kimberly A. Spivey Marquita D. Stringfield Jill E. Sullenger Zshakedria T. Taylor Stephanie M. Tronu Alexis Berry-Greene Urquhart Emitzelli M. Vasquez Rocha Jennifer L. Ward Henry L. Woods Ann M. Yelverton (cheers, applause) Alright, lets do this right: President Massey, I present to you the graduating class of 2016. (loud cheers, applause) I want to thank our speaker, Mr. Tony Cannon, for his engaging and inspiring address, and to all the other dignitaries who have joined us in this program. A special thanks to all the PCC staff who have helped plan and keep this occasion running smoothly, I ask that those in the audience remain seated while the procession of graduates exits the arena. Ok, graduates - would you please stand! (loud cheers, applause) By the authority vested in me by the Board of Trustees of Pitt Community College and upon the recommendation of the faculty, I hereby confer upon each of you the degree or diploma for the program from which you have graduated. You may now turn your tassel. Congratulations! (loud cheers, applause) (music plays)


  1. ^ Fort Mill Times: Gregory won’t run again for state Senate seat Archived July 4, 2008, at The South Carolina Senate Republican Caucus, January 31, 2008

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