The National Technical Honor Society at Pearl River Community College's Forrest County Center held its induction ceremony April 23 at the Woodall Advanced Technology Center. Inductees included from left: Front row - Vincent Martino of Poplarville, electronics technology; Amanda Dearman of Sumrall and Amber Sullivan of Hattiesburg, both in business management technology; Mallory Nuccio of Poplarville, Rachel Jones of Picayune, and Jessica Steele of Pearlington, medical radiologic technology; Tammy DoNascimento of Purvis and Haley Mabile of Richton, practical nursing; Kendric Killings of Hattiesburg and Arzaver Lang of Petal, welding and cutting. Second row - James David Collum, advisor, electronics and industrial engineering technology and niomedical equipment repair technology; Jennifer Parker of Pachuta, medical billing and coding technology; Emily Norwood of Ellisville, medical lab tech; Lauren McGraw of Petal, business management technology; Neeosha Ruffin of Meridian, occupational therapy assistant; Alexandria Redfield of Byram, practical nursing; and Michael Evans of Purvis, electronics technology. Third row - Tim Donati, advisor, electronics and industrial engineering technology and biomedical equipment repair technology; Keshia Smith of Hattiesburg, medical billing and coding technology; Kelly Smith of Laurel, medical lab tech; Shelby King of Sumrall, practical nursing; Belinda Caldwell of Moselle, medical billing and coding; Jamison Thornton, of Richton, Mary Taylor of Brooklyn and Robert James King of Hattiesburg, all in electronics technology. Fourth row - Amy P. Smith, advisor, business technology; Riley Davis of Purvis, Jonathan Parks of Hattiesburg, William Lofton of Hattiesburg, Garon Carr of Purvis, Michael Cooper of Hattiesburg and William Lofton of Hattiesburg, all in electronics technology; Jared Jones of Columbia, welding and cutting technology. Not pictured are: Seth Gomez of Petal and Rashad Hogan of Hattiesburg, electronics technology; Tyrinda Johnson of Hattiesburg, practical nursing; Savion Jones of Hattiesburg, medical lab technology; Jessica Lambert of Poplarville, medical radiology technology; Collene Martin of Hattiesburg, medical billing and coding; Mary McSwain of Richton and Samatha Nicholson of Hattiesburg, practical nursing; Allison Sullivan of Hattiesburg, medical lab technology; and Caitlyn Vance of Picayune, electronics technology.
Honor Society at PRCC
May 09, 2018