MACC Holds Law Enforcement Graduation
January 02, 2013
The graduation ceremony for the Moberly Area Community College Law Enforcement Training Center Class 12-2 was recently held in the MACC Multipurpose Auditorium.
MACC President Dr. Evelyn Jorgenson, welcomed those in attendance to the ceremony and Ron Dulany, MACC Law Enforcement Training Center Director introduced distinguished guests. Jane Rabeni, of the Boone County Fire District Pipes and Drums, presented the traditional bagpipe performance. Robert Klausmeyer, Director of Campus Security at Columbia College, provided the commencement address. Theodore Harrell, class president, also addressed the graduates.
The graduates receiving class rewards were: Matthew Riley of Atlanta, Defensive Tactics and Excellence in Report Writing; Jeffrey Stacy of Bevier, Excellence in Marksmanship: Top Handgun; Anthony Stacy of Bevier, Excellence in Marksmanship: Overall Shooter and Highest Grade Point Average; Theodore Harrell of Annabel, Excellence in Driving & Teamwork; Daniel Oswalt of Palmyra, Excellence in First Responder.
Other certificates presented were: Class President, Theodore Harrell of Atlanta; Class Secretary, Daniel Oswalt of Palmyra; Class Historian, Jennifer Swantz; Class Squad Leaders, Matthew Riley of Atlanta, Brian Salsberry of Green Castle, and Anthony Stacy of Bevier; Class Equipment Officer, Robert Schraft of Vienna; Perfect Attendance, William Gibler of Madison, Kyle Joseph of Cairo, Robert Schraft of Vienna, Jeffrey Stacy of Bevier, Jennifer Swantz of Excello, and Brandon Van Ausdall of Keokuk, IA.
Randolph County Sherriff, Mark Nichols and Twenter Family Representative, Kevin Twenter, presented Anthony Stacy of Bevier with the Jeffrey Twenter Memorial Scholarship.
All guests were invited to an informal reception immediately following the graduation ceremony.