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Carson-Newman honors faculty and staff for years of service

(August 23, 2016) – Carson-Newman University recognized years of service of several members of its faculty and staff during an August 18 campus community meeting.

Among those honored with Service Awards are pictured with Acting President Paul Percy (front left). Front Row, left to right: Dr. Heather Whaley, 10 years; Chuck Benson, 10 years; Dr. Danny Hinson, 10 years; Dr. Sandra Long, 10 years; Bruce Kocour, 25 years; Dr. Maria Clark, 25 years; Donnie Newman, 30 years. Second Row: Dr. Kara Stooksbury, 10 years; Tina Rich, 10 years; Dr. Alden Starnes, 15 years; Ricke Hester, 40 years; Dr. Susan O’Dell Underwood, 25 years; David Underwood, 25 years. Third Row: Dr. Karen Milligan, 20 years; Dr. Ryan Fogg, 10 years; Pamela Rogers, 10 years; Dr. Artress Bethany White, 10 years; Al Lang, 20 years; Dr. Shawn O’Hare, 20 years; Eddie Carter, 35 years; Dr. Matthew Wilkerson, 10 years; Dr. Eric Thorson, 35 years. (Not pictured): Dr. Mary Baldridge, 15 years; Mike Van Bruggen, 15 years; Dr. Greg Casalenuovo, 20 years; Norbert Kowalsky, 15 years; Ralph Messer, 30 years; Jean-Ann Washam, 20 years; Bari Wilson, 15 years; Dr. Stephen Wright, 25 years.

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