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University recognizes service and contributions during start of new year

(August 14, 2015) – Carson-Newman University presented several awards and recognitions to faculty and staff during its campus welcome assembly.

Among those honored are pictured left to right, Front Row: Faye France, Rebar Award; Dr. Mel Hawkins, 20-year Service Award; Mike Mincey, 10-year Service Award; Diana Musall, 20-year Service Award; Paula Lindy, 10-year Service Award; Lisa Hodge, 20-year Service Award; Anita Newport, 30-year Service Award; Libby Miller, SOAR Award. Second Row: Sue McBee, 20-year Service Award; Donnie Newman, SOAR Award; Nathan Miles, 20-year Service Award; Darlene Wambaugh, 20-year Service Award; Elaine Smith, 25-year Service Award; Susie Trentham, 25-year Service Award; Linda Parks, 25-year Service Award; Dr. Sheridan Barker, 35-year Service Award; Sharon McAnear, 15-year Service Award. Third Row: Ray Dalton, 25-year Service Award; Ken Massey, 10-year Service Award; Dr. Thomas Bass, 20-year Service Award; Blaine “Chip” Hall, 10-year Service Award; Dr. Don Garner, 35-year Service Award; Mark Brown, 20-year Service Award; James “Joc” Collins, 25-year Service Award; Sylvia Sawyer, 15-year Service Award; Dr. Jennifer Hall, 15-year Service Award; Dr. Tori Knight, 15-year Service Award; Dr. Sharon Teets, 35-year Service Award; Adam Cavalier, Rebar Award; Denise Meade, 10-year Service Award.

 

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