Stephen F. Austin State University recently honored retiring staff members with a reception at the university. Pictured with Dr. Baker Pattillo, SFA president, at far right are retirees (seated, from left) Mary Burton, Information Technology Services; Donna Lemons, Instructional Technology; Reba Griffith, Physical Plant; Janis Ritter, Piney Woods Area Health Education Center; (standing, from left) Stephen Locke, Telecommunications; Roy Mills, Physical Plant; James Standley, Graduate School; Charles Fuchs, Forestry and Agriculture; Ralph Busby, Counseling and Career Services; and Sanford “Sandy” Miller, Kinesiology and Health Science. Retirees who were honored but are not pictured include Mitzi Blackburn, Alumni Affairs; Joyce Campbell, Athletics; P.R. Blackwell, Columbia Center; Catherine Simkunas, Counseling and Career Services; Caye Langford, Early Childhood Lab; Donna Franklin, Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management; Flamen Ball, M.D., Health Clinic; Gary Long, Kinesiology and Health Science; Terry Masten, University Police Department; Kenneth Adkins, Dennis Brown, Alice Burst, C.S. Polk, Patricia Sanders, Bobby Stanley and Paul Russell Whitten, Physical Plant; Alicia Chrismer and Mike Hallo, Procurement and Property Services; and Danny Teel, Student Center Administration.
Don Frazier recently was honored for 40 years of service to Stephen F. Austin State University. Frazier, a custodial foreman in the Baker Pattillo Student Center, is pictured with Sam Smith, director of the student center.
Employees honored for 30 years of service at Stephen F. Austin State University included, from left, Madalene Miller, Nelson Rusche College of Business; Carol K. Moore, Physical Plant; and Shelly Lackey, University Affairs.
SFA employees honored for 20 years of service included, from left, Jill Milem, Counseling and Career Services; Wini Turner, Finance and Administration; Lewis R. McPherson, Physical Plant; and Donna Ruth Wood, Human Services. Honorees not pictured include Valerie Harrell, Financial Aid; Benjamin Koerth, Forestry; Cathy Rhodes and Mike Wilkerson, Information Technology Services; and John Muckleroy Jr. and Margaret Wild, Physical Plant
Awards for 10 years of service were presented to Stephen F. Austin State University employees at a reception held recently at the university. Honorees included (seated from left) Teresa A. Williams, University Police Department; Heather Catton, International Programs; Darba Rollins, Athletics; Valerie Griffith, Finance and Administration; Lani Draper, Instructional Technology; Tina L. Summers, University Police Department; Judith Ann-Marie Barnes, Student Center Administration; (standing, from left) Pedro Cabral, Physical Plant; Craig Stephen Spencer and Donna Kimbrough Phillips, Residence Life Operations; Lisa Pevey Rodrigues, College of Fine Arts; Monica Gonzales, Charter School; James Dixon, Athletics; Elyce Rodewald, Agriculture; Dale Duren, Controller, Sue Adams, Physical Plant; and Ryan Horne, Admissions. Also honored but not pictured are Kimberly Anne Johnson, Agriculture; Daniel Eason, Athletics: James Pitts, Music; Don A. Hetrick, Randy Holland and James R. Horton, Physical Plant; Linda Bianco, Procurement and Property Services; Craig Stephen Spencer, Residence Life Operations; Marc Cossich, University Police Department; Linda Stovall, College of Sciences and Mathematics; David Treadaway, Piney Woods Conservation Center; and Rex Allen Y’Barbo, Student Center Administration.
Four Stephen F. Austin State University employees were honored with the President’s Achievement Award at the 28th annual Staff and Retiree Recognition Award Ceremony and Reception. The President’s Achievement Award recognizes excellence in service and, in addition to a plaque, includes a $500 cash award. Pictured with SFA President Baker Pattillo, center, are honorees, from left, Dr. John H. Miller, Health Clinic director; Ann Hall, financial aid administrative assistant; Heather Stewart, elementary education administrative assistant; and Hardy Meredith, university photographer, Public Affairs.