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Carson-Newman says “thank you” to retirees for service

(March 29, 2018) – On March 29, Carson-Newman held a special reception for those retiring from the University. The group’s combined years at Carson-Newman represents over 140 years of service to the University.

Carson-Newman President J. Randall O’Brien, left, thanks retirees for their service. Pictured with O’Brien are, left to right: Ricke Hester, director of Recreational Services, director of the Maddox Student Activities Center, 42 years; Victoria Barker, professor of English, 34 years; Glenn Cragwall, associate professor of Communication Arts, 28 years; Maria Clark, associate professor of Foreign Languages, 27 years; Michael Bundy, associate professor of Counseling, 10 years.

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