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    Graduates Commissioned as Second Lieutenants

    Twelve members of The University of Scranton’s Class of 2021 were among the 22 ROTC graduates from area colleges who were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army during an in-person ceremony held May 29 in the Byron Recreation Complex on the University’s campus. Seated from left are: 2nd Lt. Kathleen Coar; 2nd Lt. Shannon Everton; 2nd Lt. Miranda Livingston; and 2nd Lt. Mackenzie Murray. Standing are: 2nd Lt. Samuel Polhemus; 2nd Lt. Alec Sullivan; 2nd Lt. Sean Gannon; 2nd Lt. Edward Burke; 2nd Lt. Jack Rickard; 2nd Lt. Kyle Wood; 2nd Lt. Diana Mesa; and 2nd Lt. Jonathan Sheehan.
    June 1, 2021

    Twelve members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2021, along with graduates from East Stroudsburg University, King’s College, Penn State Scranton and Wilkes University, were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army during an in-person ceremony held on campus on May 29.

    The University of Scranton ROTC graduates who were commissioned at the ceremony are:

    2nd Lt. Edward Burke of Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan;

    2nd Lt. Kathleen Coar of Dunmore;

    2nd Lt. Shannon Everton of Sykesville, Maryland;

    2nd Lt. Sean Gannon of Garrison, New York;

    2nd Lt. Miranda Livingston of Simsbury, Connecticut;

    2nd Lt. Diana Mesa of Miami, Florida;

    2nd Lt. Mackenzie Murray of Lebanon, New Jersey;

    2nd Lt. Samuel Polhemus of Syracuse, New York;

    2nd Lt. Jack Rickard of Honesdale;

    2nd Lt. Jonathan Sheehan of Jim Thorpe;

    2nd Lt. Alec Sullivan of Rock Tavern, New York;

    2nd Lt. Kyle Wood of Clarks Summit.

    In addition, 10 ROTC graduates from area colleges were also commissioned as officers at the ceremony. Second Lieutenants commissioned from East Stroudsburg University were: Mattison Barone, King of Prussia; Mickayla Grow, Lykens; Victoria Reid, East Stroudsburg; and Jacquleine Tracy, Kunkletown. Second Lieutenants commissioned from King’s College were Antonio Angelini, Wilmington, Delaware; Michael Brubaker, Sinking Spring; and Nicholas Rottger, Auburn, New York. The 2nd Lieutenant commissioned from Penn State Scranton was Antonio Cerminaro, Mayfield. Second Lieutenants commissioned from Wilkes University were Megan Magoon, Barnegat, New Jersey; and Matthew Rojas, Orlando, Florida.

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