May 10, 2014
Eleven members of the Catholic Student Center at West Texas A&M University were among the Spring Graduates who participated in Commencement Exercises May 10 at the First United Center.
Brandon Bassinger from Wilson, was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science/All Level Education. He aspires to be a basketball coach at the high school level.
John Block of Lindsay, TX, received a Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science. He is hoping to find employment as a teacher/coach.
Aaron Davidson of Amarillo earned a Bachelor in Biology with a Composite Science Certification. She hopes to become a teacher.
Alex Gerber of Nazareth was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She is seeking a job in critical care.
Ceci Hernandez of Rankin received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work. Her plans include getting a Master’s Degree in Higher Education.
Anthony Hochstein of Nazareth earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Business and Economics. He hopes to start his own business or work his way up to a higher position.
Daniel Paschel of Hereford was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a Minor in Math. He is currently backpacking across southeast Asia for the next two months before beginning work in July for Celanese in Corpus Christi.
Kinzi Jo Schacher of Lazbuddie received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She is employed at Northwest Texas Hospital, hoping to work in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or the Labor and Delivery Units.
Keila Schilling of Dimmitt earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Business and Economics. She plans to attend Texas A&M University this fall to obtain her Master’s Degree in Agricultural Business.
Megan Whitten of Grapevine was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Management and and a Minor in English. She hopes to own her business.
Thomas Wieck of Umbarger received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Bilogy with a Minor in Math. He plans to spend the next year traveling the world before applying to Medical School.