Tabor sees largest class ever
Area residents earn degrees
The 101st Tabor College graduating class received their degrees Saturday at Joel H. Wiens Stadium, Hillsboro. In all, 157 degrees were conferred — the largest graduating class in the history of the college.
The commencement address was given by Valerie Rempel, Tabor alumna and associate dean and associate professor of history and theology at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary.
Tabor president Jules Glanzer presented diplomas to the class with the Tabor College Alumni Association providing each graduate with a Bible.
Local graduates receiving Bachelor of Arts degrees included:
From Hillsboro: Whitney Allen, Biblical and religious studies and camping; Adam Dirks, elementary education; Darren Enns, Biblical and religious studies; Macy Fadenrecht, Christian ministry, youth ministry, and accounting; Diedre Funk, business administration; Jessica Klose, psychology; Megan McCarty, social science, history, political science, and communications; Justin Moore, elementary education; Elissa Richert, communications, performing arts, and journalism; Tyler Suderman, philosophy, Biblical and religious studies, and English; and Jacob Tippin, business administration, agribusiness, and management.
From Durham: Tina Frick, social work and psychology and Troy Frick, athletic training.
From Marion: Jason Hett, health/physical education and Bethany Regier, elementary education.
Bachelor of Science in nursing: Kelsey Kaufman, Marion.
Last modified May 25, 2011