Release Date: December 04, 2002
ASU Honors 45 Faculty, Staff with Service Awards for Longevity
Angelo State University has recognized 45 faculty and staff members with service awards for 10 or more years of service to the university. Dr. Eldon U. Black, professor of music, was presented a service award for 45 years employment with the university.
Dr. E. James Holland, dean of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, was recognized with an award for 35 years of service to ASU. Both Black and Holland will retire at the end of the current academic year.
Other honorees and their departments were:
30-Year Service Awards: Ronald C. Martin, University Police; James A. Ocker, Human Resources; and John M. Wheeler, History.
25-Year Service Awards: James C. Grenda, Physics; Terry J. Lehmann, History; Barbara A. Prindes, Physical Plant; and John G. Vinklarek, Art and Music.
20-Year Service Awards: Wana Dee Box, Carr Foundation; Jo N. Carr, Physical Plant; Charles E. Hull, Physical Plant; Maria de los Santos Onofre-Madrid, Modern Languages; Greg Pecina, Special Events Facilities/Services; Timothy E. Reid, Kinesiology/Men's Athletics; Nancy J. Snodgrass, Library; and Stephanie A. Warrington, Nursing.
15-Year Service Awards: Jaime Aguilar, Physical Plant; Bonnie B. Amos, Biology; Jana S. Barnard, Mathematics; Paula R. Baxter, Financial Aid; Noel D. Evans, Mathematics; William Fuller, Psychology and Sociology; Joyce A. Gammons, Academic and Student Affairs; Amelia Gonzales, Physical Plant; Randolph D. Hicks, Government; Lou Holman, Residence Life; Charlotte Klepac, Chemistry and Biochemistry; and Norman A. Sunderman, Accounting, Economics, and Finance.
10-Year Service Awards: Henry H. Begil, Print Shop; Koste A. Belcheff, Art and Music; Raye A. Conaway, University Police; Mary Ellen Hartje, English; Henry J. Henkhaus, Physical Plant; Jeane M. Irby, Information Technology; Javad Maher, Library; Elisabeth-Christine Muelsch, Modern Languages; David L. O'Dell, Modern Languages; Lynette W. Ott, Library; Deborah K. Palmer, Continuing Studies; Dinene Rusler, Physics; Lisa Sheppard, Business Services; Dallas A. Swafford, President's Office; Lyn B. Wheeler, Financial Aid; and Vita L. Willeke, Nursing.