Indiana Business College at Terre Haute conducted its commencement ceremonies for 39 graduates, Friday, April 24, in the North Vigo High School auditorium.
Guest speaker for the evening was Robert Boudrot, vice president of human resources from the Indiana Business College Administration, and student speakers valedictorian David Grubor and salutatorian Kendal Mauder.
Graduates who will be participating in the ceremony receiving associates degrees include Robert Bruener, Business Management; Nicholas Bryan, Business Management; Robbie Estep, Human Resources; David Grubor, Business Administration/Accounting; Heather Hay, Medical Assistant; Wendi Hay, Medical Assistant; Jessica Henderson, Human Resources; Danielle Jones, Medical Assistant; Zachary Keyes, Accounting; Katrina King, Business Management; Kris Knight, Medical Coding Technology; Debra Leeman, Business Administration; Amanda Smith, Medical Assistant; Valerie Ward, Medical Coding Technology; Adrienne Ware, Medical Assistant; Sharon Williamson, Medical Coding Technology; Kari Wittman, Medical Assistant; Ann Banta, Medical Assistant; Teresa Bean, Medical Assistant; Jonathan Crockett, Medical Coding Technology; Yesenia Davila, Medical Assistant; Brittany Foster, Medical Assistant; Angela Freeman, Business Management; Marilyn Heaton, Human Resources; Stacy Hendrix, Business Finance; Connie Hogan, Business Management; Kendal Mauder, Medical Assistant; Paula Grinstead, Medical Assistant; Dianne Moore, Medical Coding Technology; Kristy Parcus, Medical Assistant; Ashley Penrod, Medical Assistant; Shirl Pleake, Medical Coding Technology; Alissa Spelts, Medical Coding Technology; Markeshia Taylor, Medical Coding Technology; Roxie Tetidrick, Medical Assistant; Brendalyn Thomas, Medical Coding Technology; and Ben Trotzke, Business Management.
Graduates receiving bachelor degrees include Anna Smith, Business Management, and Bonnie Young, Business Management.
Founded in 1902, Indiana Business College is a nationally accredited institution dedicated to excellence in higher learning. With a concentration on career-focused education, the college grants Associate and Bachelor Degrees.
Students may earn a degree by attending one of 12 campuses throughout Indiana, by taking classes 100 percent online or a combination of classroom and online learning. Students may choose degrees from the Schools of Business, Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, Information Technology and Veterinary Technology, as well as the college's culinary division, The Chef's Academy.