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32 Pitt-Johnstown Employees Recognized for Years of Service

32 Pitt-Johnstown Employees Recognized for Years of Service

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     Thirty-two University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown employees were honored for significant milestones in their service to Pitt-Johnstown.  Pitt-Johnstown President Dr. Jem Spectar recognized employees at the campus’ annual staff luncheon held Tuesday, December 16.

     Employees recognized for 30 years of service were: Dolores A. Berkey, Institutional Advancement; Samuel W. Gemus, Technical Services; Pamela Jeanne Sabol, Human Resources; J. Jeffrey Sernell, Information Technology, and Sandra J. Smith, Cambria-Somerset Council.  Awards for 20 years of service were presented to Robert Eckenrod, User Services; Deborah A. Hamula, Campus Police; James R. Hedrick, Athletics; Michael Kemock, Technical Services; William E. Marks, Physical Plant; Judith A. McGuirk, Admissions; Janet Paap, Physical Plant; Thomas J. Shiley, Campus Police; Kimberly D. Shook, Institutional Advancement; Kathleen E. Sumak, Physical Plant; Jeanne M. Susko, Community Education and Outreach.  Awards for 10 years of service were presented to Linda Brandle, Admissions; Christopher A. Caputo, Athletics; Marjorie R. Helman, Cambria-Somerset Council; Joan M. Keirn, Academic Success Center; Jennifer Stephany Kist, International Services; Diane Louise Lenio, Personal Counseling Center; Joni L. Trovato, Financial Aid, and Dr. Robert John Yaskanich, Personal Counseling Center.  Awards for five years of service were presented to Brian D. Colbert, Campus Police; Linda R. Coyle, Humanities Division; Lisa Ann Hunter, Registrar’s Office; Scott J. Mamula, Athletics; Willie H. Myers, Information Technology; Daniel Potchak, Physical Plant, and Janice A. Snyder, Allied Health.

     Founded in 1927, Pitt-Johnstown is the first and largest regional campus of the University of Pittsburgh.  A vital knowledge center and a foremost contributor to the area’s educational, social, cultural, and economic environment, Pitt-Johnstown offers a high quality educational experience that is purposefully designed to prepare students for the real world of the 21st century.

Posted by Knipple, Robert on 12/16/2008 3:50:00 PM