Published June 4, 2009
FORT WORTH, Texas ó Four students claiming Georgia as their home state graduated from Southwestern Seminary during commencement on May 8.
Degrees were conferred on 265 students at the event. That number included 20 undergraduate degrees, 224 masterís degrees, and 21 doctoral degrees.
President Paige Patterson gave the commencement message before awarding degrees from the School of Theology, School of Educational Ministries, School of Church Music, School of Evangelism and Missions, and the College at Southwestern.
Graduates from the state of Georgia and their home churches are:
David Blanton, a member of Cartersville First Baptist, who received a Master of Arts in Christian Education.
Robert Matz, of Mount Vernon Baptist in Atlanta, who received a Master of Divinity;
Shannon Radosevich, of First Baptist Douglas, who received a Master of Arts in Christian Education; and
Jared Radosevich, a member of First Baptist Douglas, who received a Master of Arts in Christian Education.
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