Congratulations, Crozet-area Spring Graduates of PVCC

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U.S. Rep. Robert Hurt addressed the Piedmont Virginia Community College’s graduating class and their guests at the College’s 38th annual ceremony.

The graduates included those who had completed their studies during the 2010 summer term and fall semester as well as the 2011 spring semester. Honors, or academic distinction based on a 4.0 grade point average, were cum laude (with honors) for those who earned 3.2-3.499, magna cum laude (with high honors) for 3.5-3.799, and summa cum laude (with highest honors) for 3.8-4.0.

Local graduates are:

Jessica Lynn Baber of Crozet was awarded an Associate of Science degree in business administration. A 2008 graduate of Western Albemarle High School, she is employed with the University of Virginia.

Isaac Reid Davis, magna cum laude, of Crozet was awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree in business management. He plans to attend Old Dominion University. A 2005 graduate of Western Albemarle High School, he is the son of Alex and Eddie Davis of Crozet.

Neda Defibaugh, summa cum laude, was awarded an Associate of Arts degree in liberal arts with honors. She plans to attend the University of Virginia. A 2009 graduate of Western Albemarle High School, she is the daughter of Richard and Sharon Defibaugh of Crozet.

Ashlee Jones, magna cum laude, of Crozet was awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree in management. She is employed with The Party Starts Here and plans to pursue certification in event planning. A 2008 graduate of Western Albemarle High School, she is the daughter of Barbara Harris of Crozet.

Lindsay Middlemas of Afton was awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing. She is employed in the medical surgical intensive care unit at University of Virginia Health System. She is the daughter of James and Janet Middlemas of Afton.

Joshua A. Smith, summa cum laude, was awarded an Associate of Arts degree in liberal arts. He is employed with Harris Teeter and plans to attend U.Va. in the fall. A 2004 graduate of Western Albemarle High School, he is the son of Robert A. Smith of Charlottesville and the late Betty Morris Smith. He and his wife, Ashley Durham Smith, reside in Crozet.

Beatrice E. Wood of Afton was awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree in police science. She plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She is the daughter of John and Margaret Harris of Waynesboro.