Baton Rouge General's School of Nursing announces graduating class

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Baton Rouge General Medical Center's School of Nursing Class of 2013 included from left, front, Emily Perdue, Carol Ann Edwards, Jessica Garrene and Danny Torregrossa. Second row, Kristen Naquin, Susan McClay, Angela Cobb, Nicole Daniel, Brandy Dykes-Comardelle, Amanda Nichols, Kristen Melancon and Tammy Landry. Third row, Rosa Davis, Nicole Hebert, Shandy Guidry, Alicia Poche, Kayla David and Jazel Banks-Mitchell. Back row, Rolanda Hebert, Meaghan Caston, Calli Smith, Ryan Rotolo, Aimee Kolwe, Brooke Jensen, Brittany Rome and Kayla Hotard.

BATON ROUGE - Baton Rouge General Medical Center's School of Nursing held its 30th commencement exercises announcing the graduation of 26 registered nursing candidates at a ceremony at Broadmoor United Methodist Church Dec. 13.

The Class of 2013 joins a group of more than 850 talented nurses who have graduated from Baton Rouge General's School of Nursing.

Baton Rouge General's School of Nursing operates a diploma RN program and accepts approximately 40 candidates each year. For more information, visit BRGeneral.org or contact the School of Nursing at 225-387-7623.

Area graduates include Nicole Daniel of Plaquemine and Danny Torregrossa of Plaquemine.

Daniel received the Community Service Award and Faculty Award for Excellence in Critical Care Nursing.

Torregrossa received the Community Service Award and was the BRG Organization of Nursing Students Class of 2013 Treasurer.