Cental Texas College service award winners announced
Special to the HHES
Central Texas College (CTC) held its annual service awards ceremony to recognize those employees who reached their service anniversary date this year and who have at least 10 years of service. Nearly 60 employees with a combined 905 years of service received commemorative service pins and gifts.
Topping the list was Johnelle Welsh, dean of Student Services with 45 years. Welsh is the highest tenured employee in the history of CTC. Honored for 30 years of service were Kumi Humeston-Bonner, serials/technical services clerk – Library Services, and Lisa Volle, professor – Communications department and Anthropology, Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Recognized for 25 years of service were Robin Cherrix, analyst II – Accounts Receivable; Gary Lehmkuhler, team leader – Mailroom; Tracy Lehmkuhler, manager – Accounts Receivable; Anne Sloan, advisor/evaluator – Student Services; Fort Hood campus; Stefan Sulzer, chief engineer – KNCT-TV/FM; Martha Tipton, administrative assistant – Library Services; and Kelley Yeonopolus-Holman, budget analyst – Budget Management.
Honored for 20 years of service were Teresa Cramer, Debra Knudson, office assistant I – Hospitality Programs; Charlie Roseberry, coordinator course schedules – Continental and International Records/Sections; Sabine Thomas, director – Fort Wainwright Continental Campus site; Charlene Thompson, advisor/evaluator – Student Services Fort Hood campus; and Damaris Wells, computer lab technician III – Nursing and Allied Health.
Fifteen-year service pins were awarded to Monika Bender, math professor – Developmental Studies; Florence Culp, math professor – Developmental Studies; Janill Deal, director – Public Education and Special Projects; Joshua Everett, English professor – Communications; Tonia Griffin, counselor/recruiter – Admissions and Recruitment; Felipe Gonzalez, Scott Helgelein, Gail Ladson, administrative assistant II – Business Services; Les Ledger, department chairperson – Business Administration and Paralegal; Diana Melton, service coordinator – Facilities Management; Debra Prescott – department chairperson – Mathematics; Belen Rivera, Rosie Rodriguez, administrative assistant II – Information Technology; James Salter, department chairperson – Fine Arts; Marisol Santiago-Thomas, clerk III – Continental and International Records/Sections; Jenny Shotwell, department chairperson – Developmental Studies; Wilma Smith, Cristina Summers, professor – Biological Sciences; Mary Teese, office specialist I – Accounts Receivable; and Michelle Thompson, evaluator – GoArmyEd, Student Services Online.
Receiving 10-year service pins were Diane Blomberg, online manager – Distance Learning, Communications and Fine Arts; Shannon Bralley, director of admissions – Admissions and Recruitment; Chad Burrow, professor – Mathematics; Janet Cooper, clerk III – Continental and International Records/Sections; Elizabeth Corll, office assistant – Kinesiology; Sonia Davis, advisor – Student Services; Eric Delgado, Shelly Gonsalves, assistant director – Human Resources; Verne Hess, clerk III – Outgoing Transcripts; Veronica Martin, guidance counselor – Guidance and Counseling; Lesley McGough, instructional materials coordinator – Instructional Services; Susan Ramnarine Singh, professor – Nursing and Allied Health; Angela Reese; online manager/professor – Business Administration; Felicia Robinson, coordinator – Financial Aid; Hector Rodriguez, supervisor – Facilities Management; Laury Sisko, traffic coordinator – KNCT-TV; Leon Sobiech; groundskeeper – Facilities Management; Susan Stribling, office assistant II – Testing Services; Jacqueline Thomas, coordinator -Affirmative Action/EEO – Human Resources; Erike Willes, instructor – Kinesiology; and Raymond Wilson, logistical support coordinator – Europe campus.