Worthington Scranton Employees Recognized For Years Of Service
Chancellor Mary-Beth Krogh-Jespersen, Ph.D., recently recognized staff and faculty members for their years of service during a special campus awards luncheon held at the campus for faculty and staff. Recognized for 40 years of service were Dr. Richard Fitzsimmons, librarian, and Dr. Marlene Soulsby, associate professor of English; Dr. Philip Mosley, professor of English and comparative literature; and Mostafa “Morri” Tossi, P.E., senior engineering instructor, were both recognized for their 20 years of service.
Dr. Fitzsimmons is recognized by Dr. Krogh-Jespersen for 40 years of service as librarian at the campus.
Morrie Tossi was honored for his 20 years of teaching by Dr. Krogh-Jespersen.
Kathryn Carney, nursing instructor, received an award for her 15 years of service. Dr. Janet Melnick, human development and family studies instructor, and Dr. Beatrice Rivera-Barnes, assistant professor of Spanish, were honored for 5 years of service.
Dr. Beatriz Rivera-Barnes received recognition for five years of service by Dr. Krogh-Jespersen.
Staff members recognized included Linda Cominsky, Learning Center specialist, for 20 years of service; Margie Williams, Continuing Education staff assistant, for 10 years of service; and Christine Healey, finance office staff assistant, and Mary Hawley, food services group leader, who were both recognized for five years of service. George Witkowski, maintenance, who is retiring this year, was recognized for his 23 years with Worthington Scranton.
Mary Hawley was honored by Dr. Krogh-Jespersen for five years of service.
George Witkowski received a Certificate of Appreciation for his 23 years of service.