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Clarkson honors long-time employees


POTSDAM - Long-time Clarkson University employees were recently honored for their service to the university at the annual Holiday and Employee Years of Service Recognition Luncheon for Faculty, Staff and Retirees. The following employees were recognized for their years of service:

Forty years: Kathryn Johnson, Jack Koplowitz and R. Shankar Subramanian.

Thirty-five years: Gayle Berry, Geoff Brown, Janet Demers-Emburey, Mark DeRitis, Sandra Harris, Levon Minnetyan, Don Rasmussen, Robert Schilling, Janice Searleman, Rhonda Sharpe and James Svoboda.

Thirty years: Ruth Baltus, Timothy Bradish Jr., Lisa Emburey, Abul Khondker, Ruth LaCombe, Mona Miller, Michael T. Rose, Kelly Sharlow, Daniel Valentine and Poojitha Yapa.

Twenty-five years: Lynn Bancroft, Susan Cutler, Robert Dowman, Joseph Duemer, Daniel Dullea, Stephen Farina, Ron LaFleur, Michael Maguire and Steven Yurgartis.

Twenty years: Dana Barry, James Carroll, Catherine Clark and Mary Jones.

Fifteen years: Laura Ettinger, Joanne Felix, Thomas Holsen, Mark Newton, Donna Pelletier, Christopher Robinson, Kenneth Visser, Eileen Winters and Sandra Zuhlsdorf.

Ten years: Lonie Bogett, Peg Boysuk, Kelly Covert, Shannon Desrosiers, Trish Dobbs, Andrea Ferro

John Frary, Lorraine Harper, George Kimble, Carol Newvine, Eric Oney, Warren Powell, Gasper Sekelj, Marjorie Warden, Mia Wicke and Stacey Zeigler.

Five years: Ron Boczarski, Robin Bunstone, Michelle Crimi, Cathy Fayette, Tara Fountain, Maria Gracheva, Stacey Hawkins, Ian Hazen, Kelly Matthew, Jessica McPherson, Artem Melman, Sulapha Peethamparan, Christopher Plunkett, Tamera Rizk, Shannon Robinson, Matthew Rutherford, Stephen Sauer and Matthew Watson.

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