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July 02. 2013 1:07PM

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Azusa Pacific University

Clarks Summit resident David Brumfield graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business: Economics May 4.

Lebanon Valley College

Brianna M. McGoff, Dalton, was among more than 370 students to graduate from Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Saturday, May 11. Commencement ceremonies, held in the LVC Gymnasium, included an address by Dr. Philip Benesch, associate professor of political science and winner of the 2012 Thomas Rhys Vickroy Award for teaching.

McGoff earned a bachelor of arts degree in music business. McGoff is a graduate of Lackawanna Trail High School.

Luzerne County Community College

Associate in Applied Science — Laura Jozefowicz, Clarks Summit; Sarah Kiwak, Falls; Jared Lindner, Falls; Curtis Neuhausel, Dalton; and Hydie Youells, South Abington Township.

Associate in Science — Samuel Cosminski, Dalton; Arjun Dalsania, Clarks Summit; and Joshua Lewis, Falls.

Millersville University of Pennsylvania

The following area residents were among the 1,110 students who graduated from Millersville University of Pennsylvania during the spring 2013 undergraduate commencement ceremony held May 18 .

Jillian Pagnotti, of South Abington Twp., earned a BA degree in Art.

Stephan Sheaffer, of Scott Township.,earned a BS degree in Applied Engineering And Technology Management.

Jean Weber, of Clarks Summit, earned a BSE degree in Social Studies History.

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