Faculty Members Honored For Years of Service
North Greenville University held a faculty/staff chapel service on Wednesday, April 18 for a time of worship and celebration to honor those faculty members who have reached milestone years of service and retirement. President Fant presented the awards.
The following faculty members were honored for years of service at the chapel service:
Twenty Years of Service
Fifteen Years of Service
Ten Years of Service
Five Years of Service
In addition, the following faculty members were recognized for their retirement this semester:
From left: Dr. Steve Holcombe, College of Business & Sport Professions (18 years); Ms. Joyce Arledge, College of Education (11 years);President Gene C. Fant, Jr.; Dr. Barry Combs, College of Fine Arts (20 years); and Dr. Bill Stuermann, College of Humanities (18 years). Not pictured: Ms. Rebecca Deal, College of Humanities (11 years).
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