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Olivet College faculty and staff receive service awards
Dec 08, 2008

Olivet College President Don Tuski, Ph.D., recently honored 19 employees with service awards.

Don Rowe, of Olivet, professor of art, director of self and community and chair of the liberal arts core program, was honored for 40 years of service to the college.

Employees honored for 20 years of service include Laura Barlond-Maas 88, of Olivet, associate professor of English and writing program and learning communities director; and Norma Curtis, of Charlotte, vice president and dean for academic affairs and professor of education.

Those honored for 15 years of service include Ute Chase, of Olivet, physical plant office coordinator; and Larry Colvin, of Union City, vice president for administration.

Employees honored for 10 years of service include Dominic Livedoti 65, of Charlotte, athletic director and head football coach; Barb Spencer, of Olivet, executive assistant to the president; Joanne Williams, of Olivet, assistant professor of journalism/mass communication and theatre; and Kathi Wireman, of Marshall, housekeeper.

Recipients of the five-year service award include Sylvia Burkett, of Bellevue, bookstore manager; Ed Collins, of Olivet, housekeeper; Michael Fredericks, of Grand Ledge, assistant professor of computer science; Steve Lewis, of Battle Creek, campus safety officer; Jason Meadows 03, of Olivet, assistant dean for student life and director of student activities; Janine Peters, of Marshall, assistant professor of mathematics; Phil Reed, of Battle Creek, assistant professor of criminal justice and director of the criminal justice program and campus safety; Bruce Snyder, of Battle Creek, director of publications and Web services; Matt Wait 99, of Marshall, assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies, director of the Global Citizen honors program and co-director of judicial affairs; and Michelle Woodhouse-Jackson, of East Lansing, assistant professor of business.


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