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NGU Honors Staff With Service Awards

Tigerville SC (August 17, 2017) North Greenville University held a faculty/staff chapel service on Thursday, August 17 for a time of worship and celebration to honor those staff members that have reached milestone years of service. President Dr. Gene Fant Jr. presented the awards.

The following staff members were honored for years of service at the chapel service:

40 Years of Service

E. Mayson Easterling III

 

35 Years of Service

Deirdra Dill

 

25 Years of Service

David Andrew Ray

 

20 Years of Service

Pamela S. Farmer
Craig H. Pittman

 

15 Years of Service

Cynthia W. Cowan
Chad E. Lister
D. Allen McWhite
 

10 Years of Service

Whitney F. Barefoot
Angel L. Covington
Janet Hoffman
George A. Hopson, Jr.
Rachel A. Redding
Jason B. Ross
Carolyn G. Traynham

 

Five Years of Service

Kayla M. Black
Marnie E. Daniel
Dustin M. Fuls
Katie Lynn Marshall
Joshua D. McAbee
Leisa M. Norris
Janice Rowe
William Cory Truax 

 

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