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CCCC graduates 60 from EMS program

Click to enlarge,  Sixty Central Carolina Community College Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students graduated during a June 19 ceremony held at the CCCC Harnett Health Sciences Center in Lillington.

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Click to enlarge,  Dr. Mark Glaser, who has been Medical Director since the inception of the Central Carolina Community College Paramedic program, received a plaque from Richard Stump, Lead Paramedic Instructor, during the CCCC Emergency Medical Services graduation on June 19 at the CCCC Harnett Health Sciences Center in Lillington.

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06.21.2018College & CommunityCollege GeneralGraduationsStudents/Graduates

SANFORD - Sixty Central Carolina Community College Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students graduated during a June 19 ceremony held at the CCCC Harnett Health Sciences Center in Lillington.

Welcome was by Lisa Godfrey, CCCC Dean of Health Sciences and Human Services. Susan Macklin, EMS Program Director, introduced speaker Capt. W. Tramp Dunn, who has served as CCCC Fire Academy Coordinator.

There was a special presentation to Dr. Mark Glaser, who has been Medical Director since the inception of the CCCC Paramedic program. He is retiring effective July 31. Richard Stump, Lead Paramedic Instructor, presented a plaque to Dr. Glaser.

Dr. T.E. Marchant, CCCC President, awarded the graduation certificates.

Instructors Richard Stump and Michael Braxton were present and participated in the ceremony. Dr. Brian Merritt, CCCC Vice President of Student Learning, had closing remarks.

Many of the graduates already have jobs and one was approached at the ceremony with a job interview.

EMT graduates were (listed by county):

Chatham County: Logan Brooks, Ayesha Chaudhry, Amanda Collins, Shelly Coltrane, Robert Cox Jr., Rebekah Gessner, Jonathan Grimes, Apexaben Parekh, Charles Quinlin, Evan Shaw, Spencer Shaw, William Sturdivant, Ralph White.

Harnett County: Thomas Connelly, Elias Dove, Samantha Gagliardi, Tanner Hicks, Matthew Lasater, Olivia Truelove, James Turlington, Michael Wilson.

Johnston County: John Ennis, Beverly Hernandez, Angie Posoda, Morissa Stanley.

Lee County: Kendall Andrews, Derek Dyson, Connor Gaines, Austin Hart, James Hilliard, Bailey Howard, Lonnie Kiker IV, Tyler Kruger, Christopher McDonald, Austin Roberts, Steven Seagroves, Zachary Thomas, Max Whitaker III, Tessa Wilson.

Moore County: Bailee Simler.

Orange County: Heather Ragan-Kwakye.

Randolph County: Avery Jones.

Sampson County: Tony Strickland.

Wake County: Charles Wilson-Woodard.

Wayne County: Jeffrey Bryan.

Paramedic graduates were (listed by county):

Chatham County: Matthew Brooks.

Cumberland County: Vanessa Lucas, Benjamin Prince.

Harnett County: Marissa Bartlett, Jonathan Crawford, Kevin McLamb.

Lee County: Brittney Gaines.

Moore County: William Britton, Justin Cole, Jon Smith, Trenton VanBoskerck.

Richmond County: Billie Chambers, Dustin Paul.

Scotland County: Janet Britt.

Wake County: Kaleb Janson.

For more information about the college's EMS program, visit www.cccc.edu/ecd/emergency-services-training/ems-emt/ or contact Susan Macklin at smack271@cccc.edu or 919-777-7776.