23 graduate from Sharon Regional Health System School of Nursing
Twenty-three students graduated Friday evening, May 2, from the Sharon Regional Health System School of Nursing during ceremonies at Sharon Senior High School. Sarah Mowry, of Greenville, earned the Nursing Proficiency Award, which faculty presents to the student who best exemplifies growth during the 16-month program. Miss Mowry demonstrates characteristics needed to be a competent and caring clinical practitioner. Sarah graduated from Greenville High School and took her pre-requisite courses at Penn State University--Shenango Campus.
Other members of the Class of 2003 include,
from Sharon: Melissa Bacich, Erin Lee-Campbell, Patricia DeRaps, Bryan Gerbasi, Tiffany Hether, and Cory Moore
from Hermitage: Shirley White, Crystal Schutz, Megan Nelson, Jarmila Hudspath, and Tamra Costar
from Sharpsville: Julie DePreta, Chickako Gerasimek, and Jackie Osborne
from Greenville: Christine Unger
from Grove City: Stephanie Smith
from Stoneboro: Jeremy Perrine
from Brookfield, Heather Rice
from Burghill, Ohio: Kelley Harnett
from Masury, Ohio, Shannon Davis
from Niles, Ohio: Kerrianne Dunn
and from Youngstown, Ohio: Janel Woodbridge.
Ron Errett, Chief Executive Officer of the Mercer County Community Action Agency and host of the Ron Errett Show on WPIC radio, gave the graduation address. Nora E. Bennett, MSN, RN, Director of the School of Nursing, presented pins, and Sherry L. Greenburg, MSN, RNC, Assistant Director of the School of Nursing, presented the Proficiency Award and Honor Cords.
James Feeney, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Sharon Regional, presented diplomas. Mary Cole-Hartley, M.Ed., RN, a school instructor, read student's personal notes of thanks. John Davidson, Vice-President for Human Resources, was Master of Ceremonies