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PJC employees receive longevity recognition

Published or Revised August 25, 2015

Employee Longevity

At a meeting of all Paris Junior College faculty and staff Monday morning, service pins were awarded to employees marking special anniversaries.

Shown at top are those receiving 10-year service pins; from left, in front: History/Government Instructor David Larkin, Associate Degree Nursing Clinical Instructor Tonya Jackson, Educational Opportunity Center Office Information Specialist Amy Spann, Biology Instructor Cheryl Anderson, Business Clerk Sharon Mitchell, and Student Records Clerk Wilma Wintz; back row: Licensed Vocational Nursing Instructor Kay Miller, Vice President of Academic Studies Ed McCraw, Chris Naylor with Maintenance, Volleyball Coach/Kinesiology Instructor Justin Maness, and Staff Accountant Amanda Brannan-Williams.

Employees receiving 15-year service pins are shown in the second photo down, from left: Computer Networking Instructor Marjorie Pannell, Student Records Coordinator Laurie Edwards, Workforce Education Executive Secretary Alan Miller, Government Instructor Ruth Ann Alsobrook, Adult Education and Family Literacy Director Susan Sanchez, and English Instructor Pam Smith.

In the third photo from the top are, from left, Information Technology Media Technician Billy Brown, Testing Center Coordinator Callie Thompson and Horology Instructor Frank Poye after receiving their service pins recognizing 25 years at PJC.

Below, Student Services Housing Coordinator Glenna Preston receives a hug from PJC President Dr. Pam Anglin along with her pin for working 30 years at PJC.

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