BA HISTORY 101: McClellan speaks to ’92 grads

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It didn't take long for Dr. Chris McClellan to make his way back to B-A as the 2001 Commencement speaker.

Seventeen years ago, Bellwood-Antis graduate Christopher McClellan spoke at the 2001 Bellwood-Antis Commencement.

After graduating from Bellwood-Antis Christopher pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in biology at Juniata College in Huntington, where he graduated in 1996. He then moved to Lake Erie College.

He graduated Lake Erie College within top five percent of his classes with a degree in Osteopathic medicine.

As part of his education, Dr. McClellan completed an internship at the Pinnacle Health System in the community General Hospital of Harrisburg.

Dr. McClellan was given an award from LECOM, Dean’s Academic Scholarship 2000, as well as being trained as a second year Resident as a Physician-Orthopedic Surgical Residency.

Dr. McClellan received multiple awards during his training and education after his tenure at Bellwood-Antis.

This year’s commencement speaker is no less decorated. Retired state police officer Tim Mercer, father of 2018 graduate Kamryn Mercer, will be the featured speaker at the 2018 Commencement ceremony, which takes place on Monday, May 4.