Respiratory therapists graduate

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Graduates of the respiratory therapy program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received their diplomas and pins during a ceremony on Wednesday, Dec. 10, in the Lowery Woodall Advanced Technology Center. They include, first row from left, instructor Kelli Spears, Trest Underwood of Seminary, department chair Lori Anderson, Justin Ray Hill of Runnelstown and instructor Teena Mitchell; second row,  Adilene Renoso Barrera of Slidell, La. and Megan Alice Young of Petal; third row, Chezly D. Fulks of Poplarville, Barbara Rochelle Carroll of Collins, Jaime L. Massie of Carnes and Alkennia Reshae Stokes of Hattiesburg; fourth row, Misty Erin Thomas of Sandy Hook, Christy Lane Ingram of Wiggins, and Rachel Elizabeth Ladner of Poplarville; fifth row, Kristen Elizabeth Turner of Poplarville, Morgan Ann Cutrer of Kokomo and Whitney Lynn Humphries of Carriere; sixth row, Felicia Nicole Holden of Carriere and Stephens Randall Taylor of Petal.   
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