NGU 2017 Faculty Service Awards
North Greenville University held a faculty/staff chapel service on Wednesday, April 26 for a time of worship and celebration to honor those faculty members who have reached milestone years of service and retirement. Interim President Dr. Randall J. Pannell and Dr. Linwood Hagin, Assistant Vice President for Academics, presented the awards.
The following faculty members were honored for years of service at the chapel service:
25 Years of Service
20 Years of Service
15 Years of Service
10 Years of ServiceJoyce Arledge
Five Years of ServiceBill Cashion
In addition, the following faculty and staff members were recognized for their retirement this semester:
Debbie Barefoot - Admissions
Dr. Ken Hemphill - Church Relations
Sue Suomi - Student Life
Lisa Van Riper - Public Affairs / Honors
Dr. Deborah DeCiantis, English
Dr. Roy Garris, Accounting
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