44 Locals Earn Degrees from Curry College

More local graduates making their hometowns proud...

MILTON , MA - Curry College is pleased to announce that the following students received degrees on Sunday May 19, 2019 at Commencement Excercises that took place at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts.

  • Gabriel Agaman of East Sandwich (02537) recevied a BA
  • Charles Altieri of Hyannis (02601) recevied a BS
  • Sean Amaru of Falmouth (02540) recevied a BA
  • Margaret Avery of South Yarmouth (02664) recevied a MSN
  • Meghan Baker of Sandwich (02563) recevied a BS
  • Aurelia Borta of Nantucket (02554) recevied a BA
  • Michael Boyle of Buzzards Bay (02532) recevied a BA
  • Patrick Burke of Sandwich (02563) recevied a BS
  • Matthew Coakley of Pocasset (02559) recevied a BA
  • Michael Couhig of East Falmouth (02536) recevied a BA
  • Andrew Fair of Sagamore Beach (02562) recevied a BA
  • Meaghan Fitzgerald of Sandwich (02563) recevied a BS
  • John Gainey of Truro (02666) recevied a BA
  • Danielle Gaskill of East Wareham (02538) recevied a MED
  • Hilary Gonneville of Forestdale (02644) recevied a BS
  • Kendall Graham of Nantucket (02554) recevied a BA
  • Melissa Grogan of Forestdale (02644) recevied a BS
  • Katelynn Halpren of East Wareham (02538) recevied a BA
  • Michael Kelley of East Wareham (02538) recevied a MBA
  • Colin Kelley of West Barnstable (02668) recevied a MACJ
  • Wijitra Kienle of Sandwch (02563) recevied a BS
  • Emma Lazarescu of Forestdale (02644) recevied a BA
  • Laura Lear of Wellfleet (02667) recevied a BS
  • Brian Loewen of East Falmouth (02536) recevied a MACJ
  • Sara MacRae of Mashpee (02649) recevied a BA
  • Benjamin Markham of Osterville (02655) recevied a BA
  • Kristen McGrann of Forestdale (02644) recevied a BA
  • Melany Mendez Rivera of Nantucket (02554) recevied a BA
  • Trinity Pacella of East Wareham (02538) recevied a BA
  • Michelle Parsons of Mashpee (02649) recevied a MBA
  • Tulsi Patel of Teaticket (02536) recevied a BS
  • Shaun Powers of Brewster (02631) recevied a BA
  • Evan Ramirez of Harwich (02645) recevied a BA
  • Risa Ramos of West Yarmouth (02673) recevied a BA
  • Maria Resende of East Falmouth (02536) recevied a BA
  • Angela Ricard of Orleans (02653) recevied a BA
  • Lisa Russell of East Wareham (02538) recevied a BS
  • Brittney Shane of Mashpee (02649) recevied a BA
  • Barbara Sheehan of Brewster (02631) recevied a BS
  • Jennie Smith of Monument Beach (02553) recevied a BS
  • Jamar Stephenson of Nantucket (02554) recevied a BA
  • Melissa Terry of East Falmouth (02536) recevied a BA
  • Heather Tolentino of West Yarmouth (02673) recevied a BA
  • Simone Wooten of Wareham (02571) recevied a BS

Business, civic, and philanthropic leader John Fish, Hon. '19 served as Commencement speaker. Fish, the chairman and CEO of Suffolk, one of the nation's leading construction management companies, received an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree.

About Curry College

Founded in 1879, Curry College is a private, four-year, liberal arts-based institution located on 131 acres in Milton, Mass. Curry extends its educational programs to a continuing education branch campus in Plymouth, Mass. Curry offers 27 undergraduate majors, as well as graduate degrees in business, education, criminal justice, and nursing, with a combined enrollment of approximately 3,000 students. The student body consists of approximately 2,000 traditional undergraduate students, and over 1,000 continuing education and graduate students. Approximately 75% of its students reside on the Curry campus. The largest majors are business management, communication, nursing, criminal justice, and education. The College offers a wide array of extra-curricular activities ranging from 14 NCAA Division III athletic teams to an outstanding theatre program. Visit us on the web at www.curry.edu


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