The Daily Express

51 Students Graduate from Owens Basic Peace Officer Academies

Graduates of the Ohio Peace Officer Academies on the Owens Community College Toledo-area and Findlay campuses recently were recognized at special ceremonies.

These students have completed the required number of law enforcement contact hours set forth by the Ohio Peace Officer's Training Commission.

The students graduating from the Findlay Campus Academy were:

  • Geoffrey E. Allen, of McComb
  • Matthew C. Baldridge, of Carey, sponsored by the Carey Police Department
  • Cassandra L. Colvin, of Findlay
  • Michael D. DeVore, of Findlay
  • Jeremy T. Dickerson, of Harpster
  • Dawn M. Easterwood, of Weston
  • James A. Essman, of Findlay
  • Kamron T. Fay, of Kenton
  • Joel F. Harmon, of Findlay
  • Damon N. Hudson, of Findlay; sponsored by the North Baltimore Police Department
  • Jeremy Kautz, of Findlay
  • John R. Rodriguez, of Leipsic
  • Brent A. Meyers, of Leipsic, sponsored by the North Baltimore Police Department
  • David W. Pueschel, of Findlay
  • Michael A. Terres, of Upper Sandusky
  • Ryan L. Walters, of Findlay
  • Travis L. Yeater, of Upper Sandusky, sponsored by the Wyandot County Sheriff's Department

The students graduating from the Toledo-area Campus Academy were:

  • Randolph N. Aspacher, of Luckey, sponsored by the Wood County Sheriff's Office
  • Amos J. Boysel, of Wauseon, sponsored by the Wauseon Police Department
  • Richard G. Cook III, of Erie, Michigan, sponsored by the Washington Township Police Department
  • Brian W. Courtney, of Wauseon, sponsored by the Wauseon Police Department
  • John A. Crouse, of Archbold
  • Bryan K. French, of Perrysburg, sponsored by the Wauseon Police Department
  • Teresa A. Gill, of Maumee, sponsored by the Lucas County Sheriff's Office
  • Eric C. Goodridge, of Ida, Michigan, sponsored by the West Millgrove Police Department
  • Daniel M. Hannigan, of Perrysburg
  • Carol-Lynn M. Henry, of Elmore, sponsored by the Woodville Police Department
  • Stephanie L. Lane, of Maumee, sponsored by the Wayne Police Department
  • Jeffery A. Ling, of Toledo
  • Todd R. Long, of Perrysburg, sponsored by the Woodville Police Department
  • Jon J. Luidhardt, of Bowling Green
  • April L. McCarthy, of Maumee, sponsored by the Clay Center Police Department
  • Jennifer L. Miller, of Toledo
  • Jason C. Muenzer, of Oregon
  • John S. Nevarez, of Toledo
  • Clifford A. Nicholson Jr., of Bowling Green, sponsored by the Woodville Police Department
  • Beth A. Oetzel, of Bowling Green, sponsored by the Portage Police Department
  • Patricia K. Page, of Toledo
  • Jason M. Patchen, of Bowling Green
  • Brian J. Radde, of Rossford, sponsored by the Woodville Police Department
  • Matthew D. Ray, of Toledo
  • Shawn F. Screptock, of Rossford
  • Ryan K. Spangler, of Holland
  • Tera Z. Sutton, of Sylvania, sponsored by the Wauseon Police Department
  • David W. Terry, of Toledo, sponsored by the North Baltimore Police Department
  • Todd W. Trego, of Sylvania
  • Patrick M. Tucker, of Maumee
  • Benjamin E. Varner, of Defiance
  • Jason M. Wegman, of Maumee, sponsored by the Bradner Police Department
  • Daniel A. Woods, of Liberty Center
  • Benjamin C. Woody, of Toledo, sponsored by the Lucas County Sheriff'sDepartment

Owens Community College is the fastest-growing community college of its size in the nation. On the Toledo-area and Findlay campuses, Owens serves more than 36,000 credit and non-credit students making it the number one choice for entry-level college students in Northwest Ohio. Owens is committed to providing small classes, personal attention and unmatched affordability. Owens Community College offers over 140 program areas in Agriculture, Business, Health, Public Service, Skilled Trades, Industrial and Engineering Technologies. Owens students also can earn the first two years of a bachelor's degree with a smooth transfer to any area four-year college or university.

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