Ford City High School Class of 2014
Here's a look at the Ford City High School Class of 2014: Sarah Elizabeth Achatz, Colleen Adamsky, Jacob Anderson, Kelsey Armstrong, Maya Azad, Joshua Barnett, Stefany Barnett, Kristina Beers, Rebecca Beers, Lucas Berrett, Ashley Bish, Tyler Blaniar, Harley Boarts, Rhiannon Bowser, Brooke Brocious, Andrew Burkett.
Robert Chestnut, Dominic Cholak, Charles Cippel, Michael Cook, Chad Cornman, Kyra Costanzo, Joshua Craven, Angela Crawford, Jasmine Crawford, Caige Crissman, Kassi Crissman, Mallory Crownover, Allyson Cujas, Evan De Falco, Tyler Delancey, Andrea DiGregorio, Tanner Ditmore, Tyler Dixon, Brooke Erdley.
Kyle Farester, Michael Fennell, Kevin Fichthorn, Dakoda Fickes, Michael Foster, Megan Fuller, Marina Gaiser, Victoria Geahry, Alessandra Gibson, Joseph Andrew Goldinger, Angelica Griffin, Brooke Hankey, Charlie Hassa, Lynsie Headley, Sarah Heddinger, Jacob Henderson, Nicholas Hillman, Leah Hilty, Morgan Hollabaugh.
Irene Hooks, Jesse Hooks, Richard Hrabovsky, Ashley Ireland, Tanner Janczura, Jacob Johns, Robert Johns, Jeffrey Jonovich, Hannah Kiehlmeier, Emily Klingensmith, Matthew Klingensmith, Toni Klingensmith, Austin Lash, Lucas Laux, Jonna Leinweber, Aaron Lightbody, Meagan Lloyd, Kayla Lux, August Mantini.
Brynn Marcinek, Kaitlyn Mazzotta, Kody McConnell, Ashton McGinnis, Miranda Meleason, Bethany Meyer, Morgan Milito, Robert Miller, Chandler Milsom, Cody Minich, Kylie Minnich, Jobe Mowery, David Tanner Mull, Katherine Oberneder, Cody Peppler, John Phelps, Anthony Pinto, Samuel Piper III, Alaina Pitzer, Drew Pore, Carlee Reesman, Abigail Remis, Tylan Retzer, James Rosemiller, Tristan Rush, Chantz Schrecengost, Darrian Schrecengost, Lauren Scripps, Jesse Sequeria, Devin Shellhammer, Kayla Shellhammer, Jalana Sigler.
Brittany Smail, Austin Smith, Kaitlyn Smith, Autumn Sperski, Samantha Sperski, Karissa Stennett, Amanda Stivason, Crystal Ann Stivason, Michaela Stockdill, Alexander Storey, Kayla Sweeney, Abigail Tatsak, Adam Tatsak, Brent Toy, Brianna Toy.
Sarah Trego, Morgan Trudgen, Cassandra Velcko, Jessica Vorpe, Shaunnalyn Waldor, Timothy Tyler Walker, Kenith Wayne Walters Jr., Dylan Blair Waugaman, Justin Waugaman, Jeffrey Williams, Brett Willyard, Allison Zellefrow.
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