WKCTC graduation

West Kentucky Community and Technical College President Anton Reece congratulates Tannya Kilmer of Eddyville last week for gaining a certificate in medical laboratory technology.

More than a thousand West Kentucky Community and Technical College students were eligible to receive one or more associate degrees, diplomas or certificates during the fall 2019 semester, including 15 from Lyon County. Many of those students participated a fall commencement ceremony Dec. 16 at the Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center in Paducah.

Following are local graduates and their credentials earned:

• Landon Alvis of Eddyville: Associate in science with high distinction with a grade-point average of 3.6-4.0.

• Nicholas Martin Burton of Eddyville: Certificate in the computer and information technologies program.

• Tess Danielle Carter of Eddvyille: Certificate in the nursing assistant program.

• Samuel J. Gray of Eddyville: Certificate in the business administration program.

• Katelyn Roseann Hill of Eddyville: Certificate in the interdisciplinary early childhood education program.

• Kimberly Arlene Hill of Eddyville: Certificate in the interdisciplinary early childhood education program.

• Tannya Ann Kilmer of Eddyville: Certificate in the medical laboratory technician program.

• Derrick Marshall Lisanby of Eddvyille: Certificate in the nursing assistant program.

• Autumn Gale Odom of Eddyville: Certificate in the business administration program.

• Melanie Gail P'Poole of Eddyville: Associate in applied science degree with distinction with a GPA of 3.4-3.5.

• Mackenzie Paige Peek of Kuttawa: Certificate in the interdisciplinary early childhood education program.

• Christina Marie Terrell of Eddyville: Associate in applied science degree the interdisciplinary early childhood education program with distinction.

• Nathaniel Scott Treadaway of Kuttawa: Associate in applied science degree in the computer and information technologies program with high distinction.

• Tyler L. Wilson of Kuttawa: Associate in science.