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April 10, 2013
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February service awards

Five years:

Lauren Huseby, residential educator, Student Life; Karen Evans, administrative assistant, Student Affairs; Amanda Mueller, interpreter II, Gallaudet Interpreting Service; Gerald Pickering, records and registration functional technician, Registrar

Ten years:

Tammy Kinsler, administrative secretary, Education; Alexis McKenzie, support services specialist, ASL Diagnostic and Evaluation Services

Fifteen years:

Shirley Benjamin, administrative secretary, Financial Aid; Jimmy Riley, mechanic, Transportation

Twenty years:

Anjali Desai-Margolin, career consultant, Career Center; Shirley Tomlinson, custodian, Custodial Services

Twenty-five years:

Susan Mather, professor/coordinator, Linguistics

Thirty-years:

Sandra Shell, supervisor, Custodial Services

New employees hired in February

Rita Jenoure, board liaison/president’s support specialist, President’s Office; Rashida Thompson, dispatcher/customer service representative, Public Safety; Antoinette Walker, dispatcher/customer service representative, Public Safety; Monika Wells, program and budget analyst III, Budget

Promotions in February

David Reekers, development officer, major gifts, Development

Retirements in February

Janice Mitchell, World Languages and Cultures

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