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Tri-County Faculty and Staff Receive Awards for Service to College and State
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/14//2008
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PENDLETON --- Two Tri-County Technical College employees were recognized for three decades of service to the College and/or the State at an annual spring convocation.
Donnie Glymph, of Seneca, a counselor with the Workforce Investment Act program, received a 30-year pin for his years of service to the College. Debbie Nelms, of Pendleton, fiscal analyst for the Institutional Advancement Division, received a 30-year pin for her years of service to the State.
Dr. John Bernard, of Anderson, Computer and Information Technology instructor, received a pin for his 20 years of service to the College.
Receiving 20-year pins for service to the State and College were Lisa Anderson, of Pendleton, benefits coordinator for Personnel; Linda Brown, of Pendleton, cashier in the Business Office; Pam Holland, of Seneca, manager of the Bookstore; and Pat Vatakis, of Anderson, secretary for the Anderson campus.
Receiving 15-year pins for service to the College were Shannan Holland, of Pendleton, administrative specialist for the Corporate & Community Education Division; Robin McFall, of Piedmont, English department head; Dr. Amoena Norcross, of Pendleton, English instructor; Dr. Gwen Owens, of Pelzer, chair of the Arts and Sciences Division; and Julie Vernon, of Anderson, Practical Nursing program coordinator.
Recognized for 10 years of service to the State and College were Elizabeth Y. Gambrell, of Anderson, testing facilitator for the Assessment Center; Janelle Hicks, of Pendleton, director of Health Care for the Corporate & Community Education Division; Sarah Shumpert, of Anderson, director of Instructional Support; and Doris Simpson, of Easley, administrative assistant to the President.
Jackie Blakley, of Anderson, dean of the Business and Public Services Division; Kay Crocker, of Anderson, technical support specialist for the Information Technology Division; Henrietta McGowens, of Easley, a counselor with the Workforce Investment Act program; and Joyce Moyer, of Anderson, Surgical Technology program coordinator, received pins for 10 years of service to the State.