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Riverview Class of 2019 members earn their diplomas

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Lillian DeDomenic | Tribune-Review
Sixty-one graduating seniors at Riverview High School processed into Riverside Park to the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance", performed by the RJSH Concert Band, for the 2019 Commencement Exercises on Friday night June 7. Grace Ison, salutatoiran and Cassandra DeBacco, valedictorian, both delivered a graduation address to their fellow classmates. A serious moment for graduate Preston S. Proctor, Jr.
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Lillian DeDomenic | Tribune-Review
Sixty-one graduating seniors at Riverview High School processed into Riverside Park to the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance", performed by the RJSH Concert Band, for the 2019 Commencement Exercises on Friday night June 7. Grace Ison, salutatoiran and Cassandra DeBacco, valedictorian, both delivered a graduation address to their fellow classmates. The traditional hat toss featured a colorful confetti pop.
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Lillian DeDomenic | Tribune-Review
Sixty-one graduating seniors at Riverview High School processed into Riverside Park to the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance", performed by the RJSH Concert Band, for the 2019 Commencement Exercises on Friday night June 7. Grace Ison, salutatoiran and Cassandra DeBacco, valedictorian, both delivered a graduation address to their fellow classmates.

Here is the Riverview High School Class of 2019:

Rachel A. Aber, Yasmeen M.G. Al-Khawaja; Mirjana M. Balkovec, Devon C. Binz, Noah D. Black, Benjamin P. Blacksmith, Carter C. Alexander Cameron, Michael J. Condron II, Devlin S. Costello, Angeleque S. Y’vonne Craighead, Katelyn N. Davis, Nathan M. Davis, Cassandra G. DeBacco, Megan J. Dell, Cody C. Demko, Samuel C. Dreher, Malin E. Eide, Destiny M. English, Leah E. Ford, Hunter R. Fritschie and Elizabeth M. Galupi;

Christopher T. Gibson, Veronica L. Gibson, Summer S. Girson, Jacob D. Glaser, Ryann V. Heffley, Celaine A. Hornsby, Christoph E. Hudack, Grace E. Ison, Allura J. Lynn Jendrasik, Madeline F. Katich, Meredith M. Kocur, Isabel M. Komaniak, Aubrey M. Lewis, Jared J. Massack, Tyler J. Mastrocesare, Richard D. Matassa, Destynn J. McLuckie, Kane M. McLuckie, Thomas McShea and Christopher W. Meising;

Seth R. Merryman, Louisa M. Miguez, Christopher J. Miller, Lucas M. Murphy, Lara E. Pietz, Annabella M. Porco, Joshua C. Preisner, Paige A. Presutti, Preston S. Proctor Jr., Matthew P. Rice, Brigette N. Rogers, Jennifer Rubio-Garcia, Ryan N. Slebrich, Ethan L. Snyder, Clay C. Solares, Luke D. Spinola, John R. Stock, Tyler A. Stoner, James D. Sykes IV and Michael N. Yots.

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