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Kittanning High School Class of 2014

| Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 12:56 a.m.
Louis B.Ruediger | Leader Times
Kittanning High School graduate Cody Grantz pins a memorial photo of his friend Anthony Joseph Kline, on his gown while lining up for the Commencement ceremony Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Kline died in 2011. Grantz and Kline were classmates since elementary school.

Here's a look at the Kittanning High School Class of 2014:

Katlynn Starr Adams, Robert Colton Adams, Michael Richard Anderson, Cory Robert Anthony, Tianna Nichelle Archibald, James Lester Barnett V, Allan Chase Battick, Anna Christine Bauer, Hailey Jo Bigley, Conner James Blose, Brenna Mary Bowers, Ciara Abbagail Bowser, Jordan Reed Bowser, Raquel Samantha Buhite, Zachary Scott Burright, Elijah Hunt Butler, Jane Sara Chemelli, Haley Alexis Cirrincione, Emily Rose Claypool, Megan Nicole Cloak, Sydney Renee Cloak, John Michael Connolly, Austin Benjamin Cox, Carli Marie Crawford, Darin James Crytzer, Gabriel J. Daloisio, Ian Joseph Delp, Kathleen Marie Dockum, Annalisa Diane Duplissis, Alexis Sommer Eck, Bridgette Lee Flanigan, Amber Lynn Fritch,

Hannah Ruth Fugini, Taylor Jane Fugini, Brandon James Gabler, Ryan Scott Gaiser, Cody Lee Gauker, Megan Lynn Goldinger, David John Grafton, Hunter James Grafton, Cody Matthew Grantz.

Monica Darlene Greene, Shelbee Lynne Harkleroad, Aspen Elizabeth Hartman, Breanna Michelle Hartzell, Lauren Taylor Henry, Allie Mackenzie Hepner, Wyatt Michael Benjamin Hill, Kyle Jordan Hockenberry, Michael Aaron Hopwood, Lucian Kristo Houllion, Connor Chance Huff, Eric Robert Hulings, Tyler O'Neal Humenick, Morgan Jade Joseph, Jacob Cole Julius, Cody Daniel Kazousky, Derek Brian Kirby, Frances Faith Kirby, Darian Natasha Klingensmith, Emily Elizabeth Knepshield, Nathaniel J. Krafick, Emily Rae Kutch, Brinna Nicole Lash, James Ross Lerch, Austin James Long, Alyssa Mae Martin, Jordan Olivia McAuley, Richard Alan McElfresh Jr.

Sarah Morgan McLafferty, Maxwell Stephan Mechling, Kimberly Lee Mintee, Galen T. Montebell, Sage Abigail Myers, Jason Michael Nolf, Corey Francis Oresick, Jennifer Louise Piechowicz, Kaitlyn Nicole Pytel, Derrick Adam Reefer, Alek Drew Schaffer, Terra Ann Schall, Kiersten Lee Shaffer, Shawn Paul Shaner Jr., Amy Lynn Sheasley, Erick Alan Shiring Jr., Georgie Lynn Shoop, Jennifer Rose Simensky, Maria Jane Stolitza, Shane Matthew Stouffer, Nathaniel Cole Stoughton, Victoria Faye Jean Suppa, Alexander Gregory Thompson, Cody Lee Toy, Michael Thomas Toy, Christina Noel Uncapher, Rebecca Lynn Vause, Brandon Joseph Weaver, Sean Coehen Weaver, Kentony R. Wilkes, Aylissa Elizabeth Wills, Jennifer Mae Wingard, Nathan Jacob Winkelvoss, Bradley Scott Wolfe, Kirsten Lynn Wolfe, Elliot Thomas Zydonik.

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