Congratulations Class of 2017

May 17, 2017

Campbell County Health is proud of all the scholars and graduates of our dedicated employees!

Every year, CCH invites our employees to submit photos of their graduates (from pre-school to college), so we may recognize them for their accomplishment.

  • Bridger Barker, son of Christie Barker, Campbell County Medical Group (CCMG) Main Clinic Registration Specialist. Bridger is graduating from preschool and would like to be a police officer and a gymnast when he grows up.
  • Max Barker, son of Christie Barker, CCMG Main Clinic Registration Specialist. Max is graduating from kindergarten and plans on becoming World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Tag Team Champions with John Cena and also work part time at Fort Logan Ranch in Montana when he grows up.
  • Andrew James Boyd, son of Jessica Boyd, Behavioral Health Services Human Services Specialist. Andrew plans to attend Eastern Wyoming College where major in Welding and Joining Technology and Machine tooling.
  • Jasmine Isabella Chavez, daughter of Kirsi Chavez, Billing Specialist in Central Billing Office. Jasmine is currently working for Marriott Hotels in Fort Collins, Colo., and plans to join the U.S. military in future.
  • Ryan Christiensen, son of Linda Richards, Nutrition Services. Ryan is headed to the University of Wyoming and plans to become a geneticist.
  • Ashley Donahoo, daughter of Vi Nodland, Billing Supervisor, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center, will be graduating from University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota with a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a Major in Exercise Science including a Physiologist certification and a Minor in Wellness. Ashley will be working for the CCH Organization in the Wellness Department starting in May. Ashley would like to return to college to receive a Master’s or Doctorate degree in the future.
  • Amos Ewers, son of Joni Ewers, RN, CCMG Neurology. Amos will graduate from kindergarten this year and would like to be a teacher when he grows up.
  • Christopher Gingerich, son of Rachelle Gingerich, Emergency Department. Christopher to attend Gillette College to study machining and welding.
  • Aleesha Gladson, daughter of Mary Lou Gladson, The Legacy Patient Accounting Rep. Aleesha will be graduating from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion with a certificate in Therapeutic Riding. Aleesha plans on returning to school for her Occupational Therapy Degree or getting her accreditations in Education for Biology and PE with an endorsement in Sports Training.
  • Kyleah Gossel, daughter of Tamara Gossel, CNA II, The Legacy. Kyleah is attending Gillette College to pursue a degree in Elementary Education.
  • Lillian Kinsleigh Greene, daughter of Kellie Greene Pre-admissions coordinator in Patient Access. Lily wants to go to school to become a doctor and an artist when she grows up.
  • Jayden Igo, daughter of Jay and Denise Igo, Radiology. Jayden plans on attending the University of Wyoming and looking at either Nursing or Occupational Therapy. Jayden has participated in many different sports, and is currently in High School Rodeo.
  • Anthony Johnston Jr., son of Rachel Johnston, MES, Home Medical Resources. Anthony plans on attending Black Hills State University to study to become a teacher and to play football.
  • Austin Kercher, son of Jenny Kercher Clinical Informatic Physician Educator in Information Systems. Austin is attending Gillette College for Industrial Electrician in the fall.
  • Michael Kessel, son of Frank and Teresa Kessel, Rehabilitation Services. Michael plans to major in Chemical Engineering and minor in Business at University of Wyoming.
  • Mariah Knapp, daughter of Chris and Tia Knapp, Radiology. Mariah plans to attend Black Hills State University in the fall.
  • Levi Konija, son of Lisa Konija, Emergency Department. Levi plans to attend Central Wyoming Community College for his generals and then follow in his father’s footsteps and attend the University of Wyoming for his bachelors in criminal justice.
  • Egan Tate Lambert, daughter of Kim Lambert, CCMG Cardiology. Egan is graduating from Kindergarten and will be attending Gillette's first dual language immersion program in Spanish. Egan wants to be a zoo keeper when she grows up.
  • Elsie Lawson, daughter of Dr. Theodore Lawson, Emergency Department. Elsie will attend the University of Missouri in the fall majoring in Biochemistry. She hopes to go on to medical school afterward to become a Neonatal Surgeon.
  • Laurie Luhr, daughter of Michelle Luhr, Home Health and Hospice. Laurie is enrolled in college to become a Vet Tech.
  • Burke Malyurek, son of Amanda Malyurek, RN, Professional Development. Burke is graduating Preschool, entering Dual Language Immersion Kindergarten Program this fall.
  • Lyndsey McDiarmid, daughter of Heather McDiarmid, Environmental Services, is graduating preschool this year.
  • Lane Michael McFerrin, son of Misty McFerrin, CCMH Patient Access. Lane will attend Gillette College for an Applied Science Degree in Diesel Technology.
  • Austin Meritt, son of Ashley Meritt, Medical Records. Austin graduates Kindergarten from Rozet.
  • Josie Morris, daughter of Stephanie Cooper, CCMG Walk In Clinic. Josie plans to attend Sheridan College and pursue a career in nursing.
  • Rishi Patel, son of Dr. Kirtikumar and Ila Patel, Rehabilitation Services. Rishi will graduate from the University of Washington Medical School in Seattle on May 26, 2017. He will begin his General Surgery Residency at Virginia Mason, also in Seattle, in June 2017.
  • Jacob Peterson, son of Becki Peterson, a Patient Accounts Representative with Powder River Orthopedic and Spine, a Campbell County Medical Group Clinic. Jacob plans on attending Gillette College for two years and then transferring to Rocky Mountain College to obtain his bachelor's degree in Aeronautical Engineering.
  • Ryan Quintana, son of Robert Quintana, RPh, Director of Pharmacy and Jaime Quintana, RN. Ryan plans to attend the University of Wyoming and major in Computer Hardware Engineering.
  • Justin Michael Riggs, son of Nicole Singleton, CCMH Patient Access. Justin plans on attending Gillette College in the fall.
  • Jennifer Schirado, daughter of Melissa Mcelwain, Childcare. Melissa plans to attend Gillette College after graduation.
  • Taylor May Schoenewald, daughter of Sarah Schoenewald, The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center. Taylor is graduating from kindergarten and aspires to be a nurse when she grows up.
  • Tiffany Scott, daughter of Heather Carnahan, Wellness. Tiffany is graduating from the University of Wyoming as an Architectural Engineer with plans on interning in Denver this summer and starting her Master’s degree in Civil Engineering this fall.
  • Deserae Senn-Maxwell, sister of April Glick, Home Medical Resources Manager. Deserae will be pursuing a career in cosmetology.
  • Anya Shober, daughter of Barb Shober, Sleep Technologist in the Sleep Center. Anya is planning on attending UW to pursue a degree in International Education.
  • Lane Tucker, son of Natalie Tucker, Professional Development Supervisor. Lane will attend North Dakota State University to study Exercise Science, to eventually become a Physical Therapist, and play football.
  • Abigail Walter, is the daughter of Amanda Walter, RN, Home Health and Hospice. Abigail is graduating from kindergarten at Stocktrail Elementary and will continue her education in the dual language immersion program at Stocktrail this fall. Abigail is looking forward to spending her summer camping and boating as well as playing T-Ball and Flag Football.

This year, we also received photos of the recipients of scholarships that CCH awards. The CCH Board of Trustees scholarships ($5,000 awarded to each) include:

  • Adah Jordan
  • Deanna Nelson
  • Aubrey Palmer
  • Sierra Vetter

The recipients of the CCH Volunteer Services scholarships ($1,000 awarded to each) include:

  • Ashlyn Carmien
  • Josie Morris

Congratulations! Now go out and conquer the world.

CCH Class of 2017