Juliet Avery Retires After 35 Years At Worthington Scranton
On Friday, Feb. 29, Juliet Avery, staff assistant in Academic Affairs officially retired after 35 years at the University.
Juliet was honored with a special reception that took place that week, during which she was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation and an honorary Nittany Lion statue.
In addition, Chancellor Mary-Beth Krogh-Jespersen surprised Juliet with a special proclamation on her last day of work at the campus, and proclaimed Feb. 29, 2008 as “Juliet Avery Day” at Penn State Worthington Scranton.
Co-workers surprised her with a bouquet of roses and a celebratory cake.
Juliet said that during her time at Penn State, she thoroughly enjoyed her job and loved coming to work each day, but that she was very much looking forward to her retirement.
The campus community wishes Juliet a very long and happy retirement!