Chip off the block - Father, son to receive diplomas together at KSU commencement

by Rachel Gray May 12, 2014 04:00 AM Gage Doss, left, and his father, Greg Doss, stand…

Georgia (May 12, 2014)by Rachel Gray


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May 12, 2014 04:00 AM
Gage Doss, left, and his father, Greg Doss, stand together at Sprayberry High School, where Greg teaches. Both father and son are set to receive diplomas together at Kennesaw State University Tuesday. Greg will obtain his Ph.D. while Gage will receive a degree in statistics. Staff/Jeff Stanton


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