Katherine Barclay Corson of Gloucester, who graduated Sunday from Christchurch School, received three top awards during the CCS Senior Banquet on Saturday. Corson received the Outstanding Female Student Award, the Best All-Around Female Athlete Award and the Visual Arts Prize.
Amanda Anne Faulkner received an associate of applied science degree in dental hygiene from Thomas Nelson Community College during commencement ceremonies May 14. She also received an award for clinical excellence in providing cultural care. Faulkner additionally earned an associate’s degree in arts and science. She plans to continue her education at Old Dominion University while working as a clinical hygienist. Faulkner is the daughter of Keith and Mary Anne Faulkner of Mathews.
Lori Christine Hoover received her doctor of medicine degree during the Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia commencements held May 10 and 11. A 2004 graduate of Gloucester High School, Hoover also holds a degree from the College of William and Mary. She will complete her residency in family medicine and obstetrics at the VCU-Chippenham program in Richmond. Dr. Hoover is the daughter of John and Carolyn Hoover of Hayes.
Elana Procopi graduated magna cum laude and received a bachelor of science degree in criminology from George Mason University during commencement ceremonies May 18. Procopi will attend the George Mason School of Law in the fall. She is the daughter of Greg and Patti Procopi of Hayes.