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More than 450 students graduated from Carthage College in May of 2019. The following are those from Racine County:

Jeremy Topczewski of Racine (53406)

Courtney Schemming of Racine (53402)

Jake Sutter of Racine (53405)

Ryan Parks of Racine (53403)

Kevin Cluka of Racine (53402)

Alyssa Arzikovic of Racine (53402)

Hope Wesley-Early of Racine (53403)

Christine McFarlane of Waterford (53185)

Paisley Forster Saunders of Racine (53406)

Brianny Tenuta of Racine (53402)

Joshua Verwey of Union Grove (53182)

Tarail King of Racine (53405)

Dane Rasmussen of Racine (53403)

Marly Gould of Mount Pleasant (53406)

Charles Julius of Mt. Pleasant (53406)

Dennis Fisher of Racine (53405)

Thomas Weir of Racine (53402)

Timothy Underwood of Racine (53403)

Jeroen Pham of Sturtevant (53177)

Meghan Ashmus of Union Grove (53182)

Jordan Keller of Franksville (53126)

Katie Buckley of Racine (53402)

Emma Dresen of Racine (53406)

Alexandra Lutkus of Racine (53405)

Adam Bradshaw of Burlington (53105)

Bradford Leipold of Racine (53402)

For more information contact: Mike Moore, 262-551-6021, mike@carthage.edu

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