La Jolla cousins share in the graduation fun

Six cousins from the Collins, Mulvihill and Kelly families of La Jolla, Rancho Santa Fe and Poway graduated from College this spring.

Brian Mulvihill, son of Jim and Shannon Mulvihill graduated on April 3 from Pepperdine University with a major in business administration.

Daniel F. Mulvihill, III, son of Dr. Daniel and Debbie Mulvihill, graduated on May 22 from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Penn., with a major in biology.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Mulvihill are the grandparents of Brian and Daniel Mulvihill.

John Casey Peterson (Jack), son of Ted and Ann Peterson, graduated on May 22 from Notre Dame University with a major in finance. His grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Richard Kelly.

Molly Collins, daughter of Chris and Alice Collins, graduated on May 22 from Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., with a major in marketing.

Christopher Collins, son of Chris and Alice Collins, graduated on May 14 from Colorado State University with a major in agricultural business.

Will Geier, son of Brad and Cathy Geier, graduated June 12 from Stanford University with a major in international relations and urban studies.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry A .Collins are grandparents of Molly, Christopher and Will.

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