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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
( March 19, 1997)
33 SDSM& T EMPLOYEES TO BE HONORED AT CAREER SERVICE BANQUET THURSDAY, MARCH 20
Thirty- three South Dakota School of Mines and Technology employees will be honored at the SDSM& T Career Service Banquet on Thursday, March 20. The annual event is held to recognize Career Service employees for their years of dedicated service to the State of South Dakota and SDSM& T. The reception begins at 6: 00 p. m. in the South Lounge of Surbeck Center. Dinner will begin at 6: 30 p. m. in the Surbeck Center Ballroom.
Career Service was established at SDSM& T in 1981 to encourage communication between the Career Service employees and the SDSM& T administration. A banquet is held in March of each year to recognize the work of all Career Service employees, especially those who have served 5, 10, 15, 20, or more years. In addition, the 1996- 1997 recipients of the Tradition of Excellence Award ( TEA) are recognized are the banquet. The TEA Award is presented monthly to a Career Service employee in recognition of that individual’s exemplary service and commitment to excellence.
This year’s honorees with their years of service and department are as follows:
5 Years: Marilyn Haskell, Library; Barbara Hughes, High Plains Center; M. Patricia Kung, Mathematics; Patricia Maher, Physical Plant; John Morgan, Civil/ Environmental Engineering; Michael Reimer, Physical Plant; Bryan Schumacher, Instructional Technology Services ( ITS); Cassie Thayer, EPSCoR
10 Years: Vickie Bender, Instructional Technology Services ( ITS); Rebecca Cronin, Human Resources; Tonette Hauff, Enrollment Management Services; Patricia Mason, Instructional Technology Services ( ITS); Leslie Muir, Physical Plant
15 Years: Richard Beshara, Tech Print Center; Kathryn Crawford, Enrollment Management Services; Kathleen Fischbach, Civil/ Environmental Engineering; Mary Fuelling, Dining Services; JoAnn Lee, Electrical/ Computer Engineering; Audrey Painter, Business Office; Gayla Schlei, Residence Life/ Ivanhoe International Center; Larry Walker, Physical Plant
20 Years: Robert Cecil, Physical Plant; Marilyn Denison, Physical Plant
25 Years: Carol Hirsch, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences ( IAS)
Traditions of Excellence Award ( TEA): Jerry Chaney, Physical Plant; Cindy Christensen, Career Planning; Virgil DeGeest, Physical Plant; Toni Erickson, Physical Plant; Pam Fenner, Geology and Geological Engineering Department; Jerry Herting, Physical Plant; M. Patricia Kung, Mathematics; JoAnn Lee, Electrical/ Computer Engineering; John McDaniel, Business Office; Don Myhre, Physical Plant; Larry Walker, Physical Plant; Debra Zeidler, Humanities Department.
Three employees ( M. Patricia Kung, Jo Ann Lee, and Larry Walker) are receiving dual recognition both for their years of service to the State of South Dakota and for being named a Traditions of Excellence Award recipient during the 1996- 1997 school year.
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