Those receiving their diplomas from the Donaldson-based campus include: Tami S. Coffel Ali (South Bend); Patrick Timothy Allen (Delong); Manuel Amezquita (Plymouth); Christina Marie Bajer (North Liberty); Jeana Renee Barlow (Knox); Michael G. Barney (Bristol); Jessica M. Bean (Plymouth); Jamie Danielle Benedict (Plymouth); Rhonda Jean Brust (North Judson); Rebecca Rose Bunkowfst (Knox); Nicholas James Caban (Plymouth); Sarah E. Cawthon (Plymouth); Damien Patrick Celmer (Culver); Dianna J. Collins (Culver); Letasha Davenport (South Bend); Carlee Rose Davis (Medaryville); Evan E. Depew (Galveston); Kaitlyn M. Dick (LaPorte); Trisha Lyn Dillon (Darlington); Kaitlyn Taylre Dreibelbis (Beech Grove); Jared Eller (Terre Haute); Samuel Adams Faulstich (Plymouth); Penny Felty (Knox); Sara Michelle Field (Knox); Brian Patrick Finney (Plymouth); Versie Lou Ford (North Judson); Victoria A. Garcia (Chicago; IL); Haley Ann Gast (Knox); Fletcher Goodman (Parker City); Pandora K. Gregor (Grovertown); Jessica Jeanene Hamilton (Knox); Miranda Marlene Hammons (Indianapolis); Jerra Elaine Hansen (Plymouth); Megan Elizabeth Hatfield (Argos); Shannon Colleen Hillers (North Judson); Myra Hines (Winamac); Sharon A. Hochstetler (Bremen); Hollie N. Humes (Plymouth); Rae J. Humphrey (Knox); Kelsey Lynne Johnson (Argos); Tonya Marie Ketcham (Culver); Kelsey Marie Kosinski (Walkerton); Jessica Ann Krause (Walkerton); Brianne Elizabeth Lopez (North Judson); Amber Rose Luhnow (Kewanna); Lori L. Lutin (North Liberty); Linley A. Master (Culver); Caryn Nicole Meloy (Argos); Kylie T. Molebash (Rochester); Shanna Moore (Culver); Lori L. Nunemaker (Plymouth); Zachary Tyler Pitts (North Judson); Daniel Nathaniel Milo Preston (Plymouth); Jamie Prince (Rochester); Raymond Proskey (Culver); Kimberly Purtell (Monterey); Nichole Elizabeth Reading (Knox); Melissa Christine Redlark (Knox); Joby C Renbarger (Greentown); Alexis A. Reutebuch (Winamac); Stephanie Ann Louise Saeuberlich (North Judson); Amanda Singleton (Knox); Ashley N. Snyder (Hobart); Brittney R. Swope (Plymouth); Ashley Lynn Thayer (Argos); Hope Thomas (North Judson); Sara A. Thomas (Plymouth); Amanda Tompkins (Plymouth); Sheryl Annette Tompos (Culver); Kelly Rose Tribbey (Culver); Katrina Lynne Vannoy (Fountaintown); Evelin Vargas (Plymouth); Itania Velen Vargas (Plymouth); Denise Wetzel (South Bend); Joshua E. Wilson (Montezuma); Laurie Yerbey (LaPorte); Jennifer A. Ziaja (Knox).
Of those graduates, 9 graduated with honors.
Summa Cum Laude graduates include Sarah E. Cawthon; Pandora K. Gregor; Sara A. Thomas; and Amanda Tompkins.
Magna Cum Laude graduates include: Versie Lou Ford; Zachary Tyler Pitts; Raymond Proskey; and Sheryl Annette Tompos.
Cum Laude graduates include: Caryn Nicole Meloy.
Thirteen students graduated as members of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges. Those graduates include: Patrick Timothy Allen; Jeana Renee Barlow; Jamie Danielle Benedict; Sarah E. Cawthon; Versie Lou Ford; Pandora K. Gregor; Miranda Marlene Hammons; Sharon A. Hochstetler; Lori L. Lutin; Kylie T. Molebash; Zachary Tyler Pitts; Amanda Tompkins; and Sheryl Annette Tompos.
Ancilla College (www.ancilla.edu) enrolls 500 students in over a dozen degree programs ranging from accounting to nursing. New programs in Logistics and Inventory Systems, Exercise Science, and Environmental Technology will be offered starting Fall 2012. The college was founded by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in 1937, and is located south of US 30 near Plymouth.
Ancilla College is a Catholic, two-year, co-educational, liberal arts college in Donaldson, Indiana, sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.