MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS (June 1, 2022) — The following students have graduated from Monmouth College:

Hunter De La Rosa of Moline (61265), son of Todd A and Sarah De La Rosa of Moline, Illinois

Karlie Drish of Milan (61264), daughter of Joshua D and Julie R Drish of Milan, Illinois

James Johnson of Andalusia (61232), son of Dana L Johnson of Andalusia, Illinois

Hannah Jones of Davenport (52804), daughter of Ann M Jones of Davenport, Iowa,daughter of Jeffrey W Jones of Davenport, Iowa

Katelynn Mickle of Bettendorf (52722), daughter of Mike and Karen Mickle of Bettendorf, Iowa

Elexus Mowery of Milan (61264), daughter of Jerame and Faith E Mowery of Milan, Illinois

Jenna Pauley of Moline (61265), daughter of Mark and Jill Pauley of Moline, Illinois

Jessica Pauley of Moline (61265), daughter of Mark and Jill Pauley of Moline, Illinois

Elisabeth Riedesel of Davenport (52804), daughter of Tracy A Riedesel of Davenport, Iowa

Andrew Shie of Davenport (52807), son of Thomas E and Dianna M Shie of Davenport, Iowa

The College held its Commencement ceremony on May 15, and 1997 graduate Kunal Kapoor, the CEO of Morningstar Inc, gave the address to the Class of 2022.

Founded in 1853 and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), Monmouth College provides a transformative educational experience within a caring community of learners. A residential liberal-arts college that is the birthplace of the women's-fraternity movement, Monmouth College empowers students to realize their full potential, live meaningful lives, pursue successful careers, and shape their communities and the world through service and leadership.

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