Snead State pins 2023 registered nurses


Snead State Community College pinned 32 students in a registered nurse pinning ceremony in the Bevill Center, May 2.
Friends, family, and Snead State faculty and administration attended to celebrate the students’ accomplishments.
Snead State President Dr. Joe Whitmore addressed the RNs during the ceremony.
“I believe we have the best nursing program in the State of Alabama. I have a very high admiration for anyone who chooses to go into the healthcare profession of any kind. I know each one of you have taken this route because it’s what you’ve been called to do. Being called to the service and care of other people, to me, is one of the highest callings that anyone could have in their lives.”
During the ceremony, two student nurses were recognized for their individual achievements. Jesslyn Barrentine of Odenville received the Nursing Award for Academic Excellence. Siera Stegeman of Albertville received the Nursing Award for Clinical Excellence.
Local members of the Snead State RN Class of 2023 are: Matthew Hunter, of Ashville; Jasmine Moragne, of Attalla; Samantha Borders, of Gadsden; Kristen Connett, of Gadsden; Crystal French, of Gadsden; Cherese Harvey, of Gadsden; Whitney Hughes, of Gadsden; Alexandria Sattiewhite, of Gadsden; and Chasidy Crowe, of Rainbow City.

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