CSCC Announces Faculty And Staff 2019 Service Awards

Friday, September 6, 2019
Pictured, left to right, are Dr. Jim Peters, Denise Callais, Kathy Barr, Judi Renfro, Doyle Hawkins, Chuck Barkley, Alisha Fox and Kortney Saunders
Pictured, left to right, are Dr. Jim Peters, Denise Callais, Kathy Barr, Judi Renfro, Doyle Hawkins, Chuck Barkley, Alisha Fox and Kortney Saunders
Cleveland State Community College held an in-service for faculty and staff. Many employees were honored with service awards at the event. 

The following employees were honored with service awards for their "commitment and dedication" to the college:  

Five year service awards were given to Dr. Victoria Bryan, Thomas Kimsey, Vickie Kalabus Miller, Carlos Merino, Dr. Bill Seymour, Denise Callais, Kathy Barr, Judi Renfro, Alisha Fox and Kyle Simons; 

Ten year service awards were given to Donna Benton, Devette Carter, Dr.
Sonya Franklin, Dr. Jim Peters, Kortney Saunders and Margaret Horten; 

Fifteen year service awards were given to Jamie Hamby, Charlene Maples, Bryan Reed, Chuck Barkley and Slade Scoggins;

A twenty year service award was given to Joyce Chapman; 

Twenty-five year service awards were given to Denice King, Wynonia McKinney, Doyle Hawkins and Charlie Womac; and

Thirty year service awards were given to Will Benson and Susan Webb-Curtis. 

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