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August 25, 2007

University announces employee retirements

FROSTBURG — Several Frostburg State University faculty and staff members have retired.

Keith Schlegel, who started in 1971, retired as a professor in the department of English. He was department chair for many years. Paul LaChance, who began in 1970, also retired as a professor from the department of English. Robert Riley, serving since 1973, retired from the department of biology as a professor. Donald Simmons retired as professor in the department of accounting, having started in 1978.

John Wiseman, a faculty member since 1971, retired as professor from the department of history. Michael Olson, who joined FSU in 1978, retired as associate professor from the department of sociology. Robert Selby retired as assistant professor in the department of sociology, having worked since 1988.

Housekeepers who retired were Beulah Sagal, who started in 1983; Paul R. Shockey, who started in 1989; Donald Jackson, who began in 1988; Ora Keister, who started in 1973; and John Leptic, who began in 1994.

Ronald Spataro retired as an automotive services mechanic, having started in 1970. Conrad Best, who began in 1982, retired as director of facilities. Stephen Bevan retired as multi-trades chief after working since 1973. James G. Winters retired as electrical trades chief, having started in 1977.

Judith Ballases retired as administrative assistant I from the residence life office, having started in 1995. Judy O’Toole, who began in 1988, retired as a nurse with the Brady Health Center. Kathryn Eagan, who began in 1987, retired as an administrative assistant in student support services. Elaine Barry retired as associate director of the advising center, having started in 2001. Marcy Schmolke retired as an office clerk from the registrar’s office; she joined in 1992.

Danny Cessna, who served since 1972, retired as program management specialist for the university bookstore. Rosemary Hall, who started in 1981, retired as coordinator of benefits and employee relations from the office of human resources. Seymour Sallerson retired as manager of procurement and material mandling following service that began in 1971, and service to the state since 1963. LaVonne Clise, an employee since 1982, retired as an administrative assistant in the office of the associate vice president for finance and comptroller. Karen Davis, who joined in 1969, retired as telephone services supervisor from the office of networking and telecommunications.

Joseph Taylor retired as multimedia technician from the center for instructional technology, having started in 1979. Sharon Ritchie retired as an administrative assistant in the English department; her service dates to 1972. Joan Holliday, who has worked since 1981, retired as an administrative assistant from the division of performing arts. Patricia Simmons retired as assistant I from financial aid, having started in 1995.

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