Twelve members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2013 were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army during the Jesuit school’s commencement exercises. Graduates of Marywood University and East Stroudsburg University were also commissioned as officers at the ceremony. The University of Scranton ROTC graduates who were commissioned at the ceremony are Kaitlin Ann Bolster of Mechanicsburg, Jennifer Noel Bullis of Carlisle, Sydney Nichole Carmody of Thompson, Sean Michael Cogan of Carlisle, Lisa Marie Delbridge of Blooming Grove, N.Y., Kevin Thomas Demko of Kulpmont, Amanda Emily Hane of Northport, N.Y., Carina Danielle Angelina Hanks of Carlisle, Sean Florian Kulaga of New Freedom, Ian Patrick McCaughey of Milan, N.Y., Victoria Ann Meyerof Massapequa, N.Y., and Jessica Catherine Persoon of Interlaken.
In addition to The University of Scranton graduates, Irvin Donovan Anglin of Philadelphia and Timothy Robert Olds of Coatsville from East Stroudsburg University were commissioned as officers at the ceremony. Ian Patrick Poshka of Farmingville, N.Y., and Robert Anthony Coccio Jr. of New Ringgold from Marywood University were also commissioned as officers.
Twelve members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2013 were among the 16 ROTC graduates commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army at a ceremony held in the University’s Houlihan-McLean Center. Standing from left: 2nd Lt. Sean Cogan, Military Intelligence branch detailed armor; 2nd Lt. Kevin Demko, Dental Corps; 2nd Lt. Sean Kulaga, Adjutant General branch detailed Field Artillery; 2nd Lt. Ian McCaughey, Armor; 2nd Lt. Timothy Olds, Infantry; 2nd Lt. Irvin Anglin, Military Intelligence; 2nd Lt. Robert Coccio, Ordnance; 2nd Lt. Ian Poshka, Transportation Corps; Kaitlin Bolster, Army Nurse Corps; Jessica Persoon, Aviation.
Seated from left: 2nd Lt. Victoria Meyer, Army Nurse Corps; 2nd Lt. Carina Hanks, Medical Service; 2nd Lt. Amanda Hane, Quartermaster Corps; 2nd Lt. Jennifer Bullis, Army Nurse Corps; 2nd Lt. Lisa Delbridge, Army Nurse Corps; Sydney Carmody, Army Nurse Corps.