Thirteen county natives earn Samford degrees

FROM STAFF REPORTS

Thirteen Shelby County natives recently earned degrees from Samford University during fall commencement Dec. 15.

Samford University is a Christian community focused on student learning.

Samford was founded in 1841 by Alabama Baptists. Samford offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and professional doctoral degrees, as well as continuing education non-degree learning.

Those students earning degrees from Shelby County were:

Alabaster

Stacy Lebron Banks, bachelor of general studies; Sandra Payne Boykin, bachelor of general studies; Alysia Evelyn Housey, bachelor of general studies; Freddie Williams II, bachelor of science in education.

Calera

William Christopher Garrison, doctor of pharmacy.

Chelsea

Misti M. Jones, associate of science.

Maylene

Susan Rawls Mullinax, master of science in nursing.

Montevallo

Heather Williams Mays, educational specialist.

Pelham

Rachel Kristi Ray, master of science in nursing; Ronald Dean Sterling, master of divinity; Lindsey Rebecca Stryker, bachelor in business administration.

Sterett

Richard Clinton Duell, bachelor of general studies.

Westover

Wanda J. Dimon, associate of science