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Retirees Honored

Retirees Honored

Seated, l-r: Pratt, Washburn, Crandall, and Feldman; standing, l-r: Foreman, Kellogg, Perkins, Grant, Drake, and Andrus.Retirees of Alfred State College were honored recently at the school's annual recognition luncheon. Faculty and staff members who retired this year include Susan Drake, Canisteo, keyboard specialist, Culinary Arts Department; Dale Angood, Wellsville, instructional support specialist, School of Management and Engineering Technology; Rodney Alexander, Arkport, plumber/steamfitter, Facilities Services; Sandra Wells, janitor; Michael Crandall, Almond, painter, Facilities Services; Carolyn Pratt, Hornell, cleaner, Facilities Services; Donald Kane, university police officer I, UP; Madeline Parini, Hornell, laborer, Maintenance and Operations; Jack Harvey, Almond, plant utility engineer I, Facilities Services; Richard Perkins, Andover, grounds supervisor, Maintenance and Operations; James Schieder, Hornell, electrician, Maintenance and Operations; Betty Washburn, Almond, senior mail and supply clerk, Mailroom; Roxanne Halsey, cleaner, Facilities Services; Tom Dawson, Addison, senior staff assistant, Technology Services; Cyril Merrick, Belmont, associate professor and chair, Automotive Trades; Edward Derowitsch, Andover, associate professor, Electrician and Computer Technician; Dennis Prutsman, Troupsburg, professor, Building Trades; Arlyn Smith, Wellsville, professor, Electrician and Computer Technician; David Aylor, Angelica, associate professor, Building Trades; Dr. Richard Kellogg, Alfred, professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences; Kathleen Feldman, Almond, director, Athletics; Joseph Foreman, Hornell, professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences; Darryl Huels, senior counselor, Counseling Services; Judith Grant, Andover, director, Health Services; Daniel Platania, Wellsville, associate professor, Business; Mary Ann Weber, Andover, personnel associate, Human Resources; Mary Ann Condon, Hornell, professor, Physical and Health Sciences; and Charles Andrus, Andover, plant utility engineer I, Facilities Services. All retirees received a certificate and an engraved pewter plate to commemorate their time at the college.