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Tri-County Faculty and Staff Receive Awards for Service to College and State
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/23/2007
PENDLETON --- Four Tri-County Technical College employees were recognized for three decades of service to the College and the State at an annual spring convocation.
Dot Bradley, of Seneca, a counselor in the Financial Aid Office; Butch Merritt, of Piedmont, director of Career Services; Ron Talley, of Pendleton, an instructor in the Electronics Engineering Technology Department; and Dr. Steve Walter, of Clemson, dean of Academic Support Services, all received 30-year pins for their longtime service to the College and State.
Recognized for 25 years of service to the College were Deborah Coyle, of Anderson, director of Graphic Services, and Debbie Nelms, of Central, fiscal analyst for the Institutional Advancement Division.
Receiving 20-year pins for service to the College and the State were Rick Bethea, of Walhalla, a counselor in the Financial Aid Office; Linda Crowe, of Walhalla, secretary for the Comprehensive Studies Program; Lisa Garrett, of Pendleton, Public Relations associate; Rosalind Hammett, of Anderson, systems programmer for the Information Technology Division; Wilma Johnston, of Anderson, purchasing officer in the Business Affairs Division; Sally Stancell, of Central, technical support specialist for the Information Technology Division; Joe Stearns, of Anderson, coordinator of Instructional Activities for the Mathematics Department; and Dave Walker, of Easley, program coordinator for the Machine Tool Technology Department.
Dr. Tim Brown, of Honea Path, program coordinator for the Electronics Engineering Technology Department, received a pin for 20 years of service to the College, and Sharon Colcolough of Fair Play, director of Personnel, was honored for 20 years of service to the State.
Susan Ruark, of Anderson, grants accountant for the Business Affairs Division, was honored for 20 years of service to the State.
Receiving 15-year pins for service to the College were Brenda Clark, of Anderson, secretary for the Arts and Sciences Division; Tom Glover, of systems operator for the Information Technology Division; Mary Heyer, of Anderson, a counselor in the Financial Aid Office; Lynn Lollis, of Anderson, nursing lab coordinator for the Practical Nursing Department; Tonia McClain, of Easley, secretary for the Industrial and Engineering Technology Division; and Melinda Zeigler, of Pickens, secretary for the Business and Public Services Division.
Recognized for 10 years of service to the State and College were Rachel Campbell, of Clemson, counselor in the Admissions Office; Rocky Ann Jablonski, of Anderson, office manager for the Workforce Invest Act Program; Hubert McClure, of Anderson, instructor in the Mathematics Department; Jeanne Otey, of Greenville, technical/user support manager for the Information Technology Division; Franklin Smith, of Greenville, program coordinator for the Industrial Maintenance Technology Department; and Gloria Yonce, of Townville, mail specialist..