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The graduates were recognized in a special ceremony held August 21 on the Newton Campus. The graduates and their instructors include: (left to right) Electronics Professor Al Trickey, Scott Samet of Ames, Newton Campus Provost Mary Entz, Michael Gee of Knoxville, Isaiah Villarreal of Newton, James Liebhart of Newton, Zach DePenning of Newton, Michael Tremmel of Newton, John Hollinrake of Knoxville, Travis Howe of Newton, Shaun Renaurd of Knoxville, Instructor Woody Collins and Charles Loudermilk of Newton.

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