The following is a news release from Otero College
Otero College to Graduate 322 Students on April 30
LA JUNTA — Otero College will graduate 322 students on April 30, 2022, at 10 a.m. in the McDivitt Center Gym on the Otero College campus. For those unable to attend in person, the event will be streamed live on the www.otero.edu website.
Giving the welcome for this event is Dr. Karen McNeil-Miller, member of the State Board of Community Colleges and Occupational Education. Karen is also the president and CEO of The Colorado Health Foundation. Otero President, Tim Alvarez will also speak and a member from the Otero College Advisory Council will lead the Pledge of Allegiance.
Special music during the ceremony will be provided by organist Mrs. Clara Stafford who has provided the music for our graduations for approximately 40 years. Leading graduates and guests in the national anthem on trumpet will be Dr. James Lind, Otero music faculty.
Degrees and certificates will be awarded to the following students:
Listed by Hometown:
Alamosa: Kimberly Pooler
Anton: Danielle Jones
Antonito: Monica Dominguez
Arvada: Owen Snyder, Bethany Tiscareno
Ault: David King
Aurora: Ebenezer Benyam, Solome Buba, Etana Denta, Ruth Dubale, Karen Hayes, Zipporah Obiero, Adan Santos Bautista, Birhanu Taye, Kyrie Thomas, Suseth Zamora Gonzalez
Avondale: Douglas Bohrer, Audra Johnson, Morgan Madril, Dranon Wright
Boone: Rance Marsh, Emily Nameth, Joy Soltani
Boulder: Brian Ordaz