25 Cullman-area students earn degrees from the University of Alabama

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Courtesy of The University of Alabama

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama awarded approximately 6,326 degrees this spring.

“The recent change to remote learning during this unprecedented time has affected the University’s plans for traditional commencement activities. However, commencement is a milestone, and the University wants graduates to have the opportunity to walk across the stage in celebration of their success. Although any plans are contingent on how the summer outlook progresses, all spring graduates are invited to participate in the summer commencement events scheduled for Friday, July 31, and Saturday, Aug. 1,” said a release from th university.

“We will also be recognizing the achievements of our spring 2020 graduating class in May through online and social media outlets to highlight our shared pride in them,” said UA President Stuart Bell. “No matter where students are as they finish the semester, they are an important and special part of our UA family. As they finish the semester strong, we want them to know that we are right here cheering them on. I look forward to congratulating each student on stage very soon.”

Twenty-five Cullman-area students earned degrees, including:

From Addison:

  • Ryan K. Harris
  • Jeremy J. Aderholt

From Cullman:

  • Jesse Lee Calvert
  • Brandi Anne Lumley
  • Behre Alise Trammell
  • Callie Helen Allen
  • David G. Turner
  • Sally Ann B. Pappas
  • Kolby Blake Robinson
  • Samuel T. Roden
  • Shelbi E. Shabel
  • Jessica L. Patterson
  • Hannah C. Dillashaw
  • Sydney T. Crider
  • Andrew C. Crowder
  • Natalie Rian Dodson
  • Wilson R. Raney
  • Connor R. Jefferson
  • Logan M. Shugarts

From Hanceville:

  • Sarah J. Bradford
  • Hope T. Mason
  • McKenzie Leah Bussman

From Holly Pond

  • Nathan L. Ayers

From Vinemont:

  • William G. Wrenn
  • Sabrina R. Gilbreath