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Clarkson University Honors 81 Employees at Years of Service Celebration
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Longtime Clarkson University employees were recently honored at a reception for their service to the University. The following employees were recognized for their years of service:
Forty years: David A. Sharpe, Office of Information Tech; and Eugene M. Fodor, Psychology.
Thirty-five years: Byron V. Whitney, Library; Feng-Bor Lin, Civil & Environmental Engineering; John N. Serio, Humanities & Social Sciences; John B. McLaughlin, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Robert A. Meyer, Electrical and Computer Engineering; and William C. Sherman, Grounds Maintenance.
Thirty years: Barbara A. Osgood, Library; Cindy L. Smith, School of Arts & Sciences; Gary Butchino, Custodial Services; Richard G. Bradshaw, Plant Operations & Maintenance; Robert Narrow, Plant Operations & Maintenance; and Thomas H. Ortmeyer, Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Twenty-five years: Daniel A. Bradburd, Humanities & Social Sciences; Donald R. Shanty, Plant Operations & Maintenance; Donna J. Sevey, School of Business; Richard E. Beebe Jr, Office of Information Tech; Richard D. James, Building & Equipment Maintenance; Steve Yianoukos, Athletics; Susanne Conto, CUSA; and William M. Karis, Communication & Media.
Twenty years: Betty J. Perry, Custodial Services; David Morrison, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering; Deloras L. Narrow, New Student Financial Aid; Dipankar Roy, Physics; Eleanor F. Hopke, School of Engineering Lab; Farzad Mahmoodi, School of Business; Gerald Avadikian, Custodial Services; James Kane, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering; John Moosbrugger, School of Engineering; Mary M. Harris-Boyer, First Year Advising/University Studies; Philip K. Hopke, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Samuel D. LaFluer, Custodial Services; and William J. Bergan, Athletics.
Fifteen years: Barbara J. Wright, Student Administrative Service; Brian T. Grant, Undergraduate Admission; Kristin L. Gregg, Undergraduate Admission; Mark R. Frascatore, School of Business; Rajesh Sethi, School of Business; and Suzanne E. Davis, Student Administrative Service.
Ten years: Adrienne M. Boswell, Engineering & Management; Barbara A. Brown-Shor, Career Center; Bobbi Jo Darabon, Duplicating; Carol A. Hayes, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; Chad E. Bradley, Custodial Services; Daniel Deon, Building & Equipment Maintenance; David A. Burke, Office of Information Tech; Devon A. Shipp, Chemistry & Biomolecular Science; Diane G. Bullard, Provost’s Office; Diann L. Henderson, Custodial Services; Diane M. Patrick, Custodial Services; Kelly O. Chezum, Marketing & External Relations; Linda Petroccione, Office of Information Tech; Marcy L. Wilcox, Honors Program; Maureen E. Fisher, Marketing & External Relations; Michael Boyea, Custodial Services; Peggy L. Jarvis, Student Administrative Service; Ratneshwar Jha, Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering; Theodore P. Ritzko, School of Engineering Lab; Tom A. Langen, Biology; and Timothy Dominy, Building & Equipment Maintenance.
Five years: Alasdair S. Turnbull, School of Business; Boris Jukic, School of Business; David A. Snyder, Central Services; Douglas A. Leonard, Center for Air Resources Engineering & Science; George Giordano, Risk Management and Purchasing; Holly A. Stone, Custodial Services; James C. Eames, Building & Equipment Maintenance; James D. McCready, Custodial Services; Kelly W. Rathbun, Comptroller’s Office; Kenneth N. Wallace, Biology; Mary Alice D. Minor, Physical Therapy; Meleta M. Truax, School of Engineering Lab; Patricia M. Perrier, Undergraduate Admission; Polly J. Tiernan, CREST; Roger R. Hill, Campus Safety and Security; Scott D. Minor, Physical Therapy; Sonja L. Nelson, Custodial Services; Ted A. Champagne, CAMP; and Weiling Ke, School of Business.
Clarkson University launches leaders into the global economy. One in six alumni already leads as a CEO, VP or equivalent senior executive of a company. Located just outside the Adirondack Park in Potsdam, N.Y., Clarkson is a nationally recognized research university for undergraduates with select graduate programs in signature areas of academic excellence directed toward the world’s pressing issues. Through 50 rigorous programs of study in engineering, business, arts, sciences and health sciences, the entire learning-living community spans boundaries across disciplines, nations and cultures to build powers of observation, challenge the status quo, and connect discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise.
Photo caption: Faculty and staff were recently honored for their years of service at a reception on campus. Here, Clarkson University President Tony Collins congratulates employees reaching their 25-year milestone. Left to right: Donald R. Shanty, Steve Yianoukos, Daniel A. Bradburd, Collins, Susanne Conto, Richard D. James, Donna J. Sevey, and Richard E. Beebe Jr. (William M. Karis was not present for the photo.)