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Furman grad to continue family tradition of armed forces service, celebrates marriage and diploma

white woman in Army shirt, Taylor Griffin '22
Taylor Griffin '22 has a lot to celebrate.

There’s a lot going on for Taylor Griffin ’22 this year. She commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, she graduated Furman University with a bachelor’s in health sciences, she’ll move to El Paso, Texas, to serve as a chemical officer, and will be married later this year to 2020 Furman alumnus and health sciences major Lt. Connor Dial. FOX Carolina covered Griffin’s happenings, which included a surprise visit during commissioning by her Army brother stationed in Germany, Zach Griffin ’16.

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