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University honors faculty, staff with service awards

During its annual President’s Welcome and Worship Service, Carson-Newman University celebrated 23 members of its faculty and staff with service awards. President Charles A. Fowler (front row, left) congratulated those serving 10 years or more. Pictured with Fowler are those earning service awards:

Front Row:

  • Joe Kenley, 25 years
  • Buddy Hipsher, 15 years
  • Robert Key, 10 years
  • Dr. Shannon Carpenter, 20 years
  • Karrie Foust, 10 years
  • Julie Wright, 15 years
  • Sheryl Gray, 35 years

Second Row:

  • Melissa Summey, 15 years
  • Dr. Greg Hoover, 35 years
  • David Tuell, 20 years
  • Danette Seale, 30 years
  • Dr. Kimberly Bolton, 25 years
  • Adam Cavalier, 10 years
  • Julie Rabun, 20 years
  • Gloria Walker, 10 years

Third Row:

  • Ondes Webster, 20 years
  • Stacy Woods, 15 years
  • Dr. Kim Hawkins, 10 years
  • Dr. Earnest Walker, 15 years

(Not pictured: Thomas Griffin, 20 years; Carolanne Henley, 15 years; Dennis Moore, 35 years; Donald Rimmer, 25 years)

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