Faculty Members Recognized For Service, Retirement
Tigerville, SC (April 24, 2019) North Greenville University (NGU) held a faculty/staff chapel service on Wednesday, April 24 for a time of worship and celebration to honor those faculty members who have reached milestone years of service and retirement.
NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., presented the following recognitions:
20 Years of Service
15 Years of Service
10 Years of Service
5 Years of Service
Hayley De Gonzalez
Also, the following faculty members were recognized for their retirement:
Ron Gregory – Graduate School of Business - eight years of service
Susan Kahl - College of Science & Mathematics - 15 years of service
Adrian Pater – College of Christian Studies - 18 years of service
Paul Seibert – College of Science & Mathematics - 17 years of service
Gail Smith – College of Education - 11 years of service
Photo: From left, Dr. Adrian Pater, Dr. Ron Gregory, NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., and Dr. Susan Kahl. Not pictured, Dr. Paul Seibert and Ms. Gail Smith.
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