Northeast Missouri natives among graduates at Quincy University Winter Commencement Ceremony

Posted: Dec. 20, 2019 7:00 pm

QUINCY, Ill. | Quincy University hosted its first-ever Winter Commencement ceremony beginning at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, in Quincy University's Connie Niemann Center for Music. 

The 2019 graduating class is comprised of 30 undergraduates with an additional six graduate degree recipients.
The procession was led by University marshal, Robert Mejer, distinguished professor of art, and assistant marshals, Dr. David Kirchhofer and Dr. Scott Luaders, professors of physics and chemistry, respectively. Dr. Teresa Reed, vice president for academic affairs, convened the ceremony and Rev. William Spencer O.F.M., director of campus ministry, delivered the invocation. Amy Stollberg, M.A., instructor of vocal music and director of choirs, performed the National Anthem and the Quincy University Alma Mater, accompanied on the piano by Laura Kammer, lecturer of music. QU President, Dr. Brian R. McGee '73, delivered the commencement address.
More information is available by contacting the Quincy University Office of Community Relations by calling 217-228-5275.

The graduates are: Samie Woodrow, of Hannibal, Samantha Jacobson, of Monroe City, Philip Bland, Tyler Buckwalter, Carley Lovelace and Emily Pyse, of Palmyra, and Abigail Wheelan, of Paris.

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