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Kris Jones
Worked at Barnes and Noble
Attends Midwestern University
Lived in Grand Junction, CO
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58 people
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73 people
Jeni Petty's profile photo
Hayli Cingle's profile photo
Morgan Erdlenbruch's profile photo
Tiffanyrose Aboufariss's profile photo
Olivia Kohrman's profile photo
Cynthia Rauch's profile photo
viccons vic's profile photo
Phoebe Hodina's profile photo
Amanda Nally's profile photo
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Student, with a side job at Barnes and Noble
Employment
  • Barnes and Noble
    2011 - 2011
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Grand Junction, CO - Farmington, MO - Waterloo, WI - Pocahontas, AR - Evansville, IN - Glendale, AZ
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Introduction
I just graduated from UE and I'm headed out to Arizona.  I still love my sorority and all my sisters - ZTA for life <3.  I love Christmas lights, motorcycles, bubbles, singing loudly in the shower, sleeping in and shooting starts.  
Education
  • Midwestern University
    Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, 2012 - present
  • Midwestern University
    Biomedical Sciences, 2011 - 2012
  • University of Evansville
    Exercise Science, 2007 - 2011
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Female
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