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Twenty-four U.S. Army cadets from Cal State Fullerton’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps will be commissioned May 15 as second lieutenants. The ceremony’s keynote speaker will be Maj. Gen. Peggy Combs, commander of U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox, Ky.

Friday, May 15
1 p.m.

Cal State Fullerton’s Clayes Performing Arts Center, Little Theatre
800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, 92831 

The Military Science Program welcomes cadets from other universities and colleges, as well as CSUF. The cadets, who are completing bachelor’s degrees (unless otherwise noted), are listed below with their cities of residence and educational institutions: 

  • Alhambra – Delon Lam, psychology, CSUF
  • Anaheim – Mike Casillasvitela, kinesiology, CSUF and Myeongeun Chong, M.A. international studies, Chapman University
  • Baldwin Park – Paul Nay, criminal justice, CSUF
  • Cypress – Andrew M. Tenorio, criminal justice, CSUF
  • Evergreen, CO – Catherine McCaw, television production, Chapman University
  • Fullerton – Angel Abston, arts, CSUF
  • Garden Grove – Marivic Joy Asuncion, business administration, CSUF
  • Houston, TX – Matthew Norman, political science, Biola University
  • Irvine – Charles Christian, electrical engineering and Umang Mehta, business administration, both CSUF
  • Laguna Niguel – Jessica Lopez, psychology, CSUF
  • Lake Elsinore – Jesus Montes, communications, CSUF
  • Livermore – Kurt Cofer, business administration, Chapman University
  • Long Beach – Gregory FennoBustos, arts, CSUF
  • Los Angeles – Carlos Panfilo-Vazquez, business administration, Whittier College
  • Mission Viejo – Michael John Haubenschild, history, CSUF
  • Ontario – Adam Scheenstra, business marketing, Vanguard University
  • Placentia – Ebony Ann Avery, communications, CSUF
  • Riverside – Brian Lee, anthropology, CSUF
  • Rowland Heights – Samuel Lee, criminal justice, CSUF
  • Santa Ana – Javier Alferez Jr., sociology and Caleb Brown, communication studies, both CSUF 
  • Palmdale – Christina Kim, nursing, CSUF

Once commissioned, most of the soon-to-be new officers will undergo up to a year of officer training with their assigned branches, then report to their respective duty stations in the United States or abroad.

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Media Contact:
Ajá Reneé Clarke