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CSC faculty/staff receive recognition

April 23, 2013

August Bruehlman, Sandy Schaefer and Patti Blundell, Teaching Excellence August Bruehlman, Sandy Schaefer and Patti Blundell, Teaching Excellence
Con Marshall, 35 years of service Con Marshall, 35 years of service
Kim Madsen, Dale Williamson and Jim Wright, 30 years of service Kim Madsen, Dale Williamson and Jim Wright, 30 years of service
Deena Kennell, Lorie Hunn, Maruta Hanse, Jerry Cassiday and MaryJo Carnot, 10 years of service Deena Kennell, Lorie Hunn, Maruta Hanse, Jerry Cassiday and MaryJo Carnot, 10 years of service
Mark Stephen, retiree Mark Stephen, retiree
Deb Meter, retiree Deb Meter, retiree
Norma Nealeigh, retiree, and Kim Madsen, 30 years of service, were also honored for 25 years of continuous Family and Consumer Science certification through their state and national organization. Norma Nealeigh, retiree, and Kim Madsen, 30 years of service, were also honored for 25 years of continuous Family and Consumer Science certification through their state and national organization.
Donna Ritzen, 20 years, and Robyn Foral, 15 years Donna Ritzen, 20 years, and Robyn Foral, 15 years

Reminiscing and sharing plans for retirement were on the agenda Tuesday evening as Chadron State College faculty and staff gathered for their annual recognition program.

Sandy Schaeffer, the CSC recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award, was honored as well as Patti Blundell and August Bruehlman who were also nominated for the award.

Retirees this year include John Alley, Deb Meter, Norma Nealeigh, Judy Rutter and Mark Stephen.

Years of Service Awards include the following:

35 years: Con Marshall

30 years: Kim Madsen, Dale Williamson and James Wright

20 years: Don King and Donna Ritzen

15 years: Amy Coates, Robyn Foral and Scott Kadlecek

10 years: Mary Jo Carnot, Jerry Cassiday, Ann Dockweiler, Maruta Hansen, Lorie Hunn, Roger Kendrick, Deena Kennell, Kathleen Kirsch, Susan Schaeffer, Joel Schreuder and Ottley Wright

 

Norma Nealeigh was presented with the Nebraska Association of Family and Consumer Sciences “Leader Award” for 2013 which she would have received at the organization's annual conference in Grand island, but she was unable to attend due to the winter storm "Walda."

Nealeigh and Kim Madsen received a NAFCS Certificate of Achievement for professional competence, growth, and commitment as demonstrated through attainment and 25 years of continuous maintenance of the Certified in Family and Consumer Sciences credential.

 

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