Marietta College set to honor employees

Photo Provided David McShaffrey, working here with Jodi Clark, class of 2019, is among 38 Marietta College employees who will be honored during a recognition ceremony for years of service on May 8.

MARIETTA — Marietta College will recognize employees starting at five years of service and continuing in five-year increments at a ceremony to be officiated by President Bill Ruud at 11 a.m. Wednesday at The Gathering Place at the school.

The employees, which include two retirees, have 630 combined years of service.

Roy Johnson in information technology will celebrate 40 years and Sam Crowther in sports medicine, Debbie Egolf in chemistry, Ken Itzkowitz in philosophy, Grace Johnson in accounting, David McShaffrey in biology, Joyce Pennington in communication and Xiaoxiong Yi in the China program are celebrating 30 years.

Also, being honored are:

* 25 years: Mary Barnas (psychology) and Jackie Khorassani (entrepreneurship).

* 20 years: Gary Bosworth Jr. (college police), Brian Brewer (athletics), Angela Burdiss (library), Richard Danford (student life), and Fred Smith (physical plant).

*15 years: Jill Deming (advancement), Randy Hesson (physical plant), Craig Howald (physics), Holly Menzel (mathematics), Matt Menzel (mathematics), Greg Schaad (physical plant), Lori Smith (communication), Merewyn Weinkauf (music).

* 10 years: Andy Felt (theater), Tara Meagle (advancement), Leanne Price (modern languages), Linda Roesch (academic affairs), Sara Rosenstock (graphic design), Jaclyn Schweiterman (sports medicine), Donna Venham (physician assistant program).

* 5 years: Kevin Alten (physician assistant program), Julie Harding (marketing), Anita McCutcheon (physical plant), Bradley Pierce (physician assistant program), Harrison Potter (mathematics), Theresa Proctor (physician assistant program), Andrea Richardson (chemistry), and Emily Schuck (student financial services).

Also, being recognized are retirees Peggy Arnold, associate director of student financial services, and Marshall Kimball, professor of music.

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