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May 27, 2013

Local students graduate from Endicott College

BEVERLY — Endicott College held its 73rd commencement exercises last Friday at the college’s stadium with a total of 725 students receiving degrees.

Colin Angle served as the commencement speaker and received an honorary doctor of humane letters. Angle is the CEO and cofounder of iRobot Corp. He was named CEO of the Year by the Mass Technology Leadership Council, a Mass High Tech All-Star, one of Fortune Small Business’ Best Bosses and New England Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young (with iRobot co-founder Helen Greiner).

The following local students were among the graduates:

Amesbury

Laura Patricia LeBel, bachelor of science

William Earl Acosta Sayre, bachelor of science

Kimberley Jean MacGown, master’s of education

Georgetown

Jay Richard Martel, bachelor of science

Kristina Grundstrom, bachelor of science

Joseph Hallet Colby, bachelor of arts

Merrimac

Stephen R. Melville, MBA

Pamela G. Sherman, bachelor of science

Kristine Mary St. Jean, master’s of education

Newburyport

Patrick John Cole, MBA

Rowley

Gail Marie LeBrun, bachelor of science

Salisbury

Kyle Jay Griffin Burke, bachelor of science

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