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Outstanding Students Honored at Piedmont Technical College Fall Graduation
February 2, 2018
At Piedmont Technical College’s recent fall commencement exercises, outstanding students from each of the college’s seven supporting counties were honored for academic achievement.
Abbeville County student Danny Minnich, right, was honored for maintaining high academic success. He was recognized by PTC Area Commission member Thelma Woody, left. Minnich is a computer technology, programming concentration graduate.
Two Greenwood County students were honored for maintaining high academic success. Pictured are, from left, Cynthia Palmerin, business administration, accounting concentration; Dr. George Cone, PTC Area Commission member; and Tyler Coates, computer technology, networking concentration.
Laurens County student Ashley Brown, left, was honored for maintaining high academic success. She was recognized by PTC Area Commission vice chairman Richard Cain, right. Brown is an administrative office technology, legal concentration graduate.
Newberry County student Tyler Tucker, left, was honored for maintaining high academic success. He was recognized by PTC Area Commission vice chairman Richard Cain, right. Tucker is a mechatronics technology major.
Saluda County student Dulce Gantt, left, was honored for maintaining high academic success. She was recognized by PTC Area Commission member William Whitfield, right. Gantt is an administrative office technology, legal concentration graduate.