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July 1 – Dave Taylor, Facilities Management
July 2 – Tim Sandruck, Facilities Management
July 3 – Tammy Weichseldorfer, OTS
July 4 – Debra Boettcher, Facilities Management
July 4 – William Stafford, Facilities Management
July 5 – Matt Rising, OTS
July 7 – Phillip George, Facilities Management
July 7 – Lana Rybalnik, OTS
July 9 – Barbara Hufnagel, Fiscal Planning and Services
July 9 – Shelly Sievers, Fiscal Planning and Services
July 10 – William Briley, Auxiliary Services
July 10 – John De Armey, Facilities Management
July 11 – Mike Medairy, Facilities Management
July 11 – Michael Roddy, TUPD
July 13 – Lou Chaney, Facilities Management
July 13 – Joanne Kist, Fiscal Planning and Services
July 13 – Lisa Schmith, Human Resources
July 14—Jim McTygue, Auxiliary Services
July 14—Frank Rankin, Auxiliary Services
July 15 – Cynthia Andrews, Human Resources
July 15 – Mike Noll, Human Resources
July 15 – Hassan Sanda, Auxiliary Services
July 16 – Rance Burger, Facilities Management
July 18 – Christopher Betts, Facilities Management
July 18 – Valerie Panuska, Auxiliary Services
July 19 – Michele Kreider, Fiscal Planning and Services
July 20 – John Harris, Facilities Management
July 21 – Dave Socha, Facilities Management
July 23 – Matthew Curio, ECS
July 24 – Verna Green, Auxiliary Services
July 27- Tobi Bennet, Facilities Management
July 28 – Ronald Peacock, Facilities Management
July 29 – Jen Streb, Financial Services
July 30 – Charlie Rummings, OTS
News & Announcements
Robin Boord, Printing Services, received Top Tiger honors for the month of June; she was nominated for the award by Claire Holmes from Cook Library, who praised her for “handling, with calm efficiency, the enormous and somewhat complicated print job needed in March for the RAILS research project I was working on. The other universities that participated in the study had problems with their printing, so I was stressed about getting it right on our end. Robin performed ‘confidently, quickly and with a smile!’”
Jeff Clark, Carpenter Shop, received a Top Tiger honors for the month of June. He was nominated for the award by Lisa Woznicki, Shannon Simpson, Joyce Garczyski, Sarah Crest and Claire Holmes, all from Cook Library. They commended Clark for doing “a masterful job” of taking down a countertop and mending a wall in the fourth floor librarian office suite. They said Clark “genuinely impressed all of the librarians with his construction knowledge and helpful nature.”
Chuck Conjar of the Printing Center is a finalist in the Ocean City Song of 2012 Contest. His song “Ocean City Days” has been chosen as one of the 3 finalists in this year’s contest. Way to go, Chuck! You can visit http://ococean.com/songofsummer to vote for Chuck’s song (a maximum of once a day) until July 23.
Dana Hall and Richard Herbert, both of Parking & Transportation Services, completed the Management & Supervision Certificate, one of five noncredit certificates offered by the Office of Human Resources. This certificate is designed for those currently working in or interested in moving into management.
Gail Price, Office of Human Resources, has been selected to receive a 2012 University System of Maryland Board of Regents Staff award for Extraordinary Public Service to the University or the Greater Community. She was recognized and commended for her outstanding work ethic and volunteerism. In her role as our benefits specialist, she has worked many evenings and weekends to process employment and benefits documents. She is often approached by employees while walking on campus and keeps pen and paper handy to take down their questions. Outside her university role, and in addition to managing all of TU’s Red Cross blood drives, she has volunteered to help set up the university’s annual flu clinics, participated in mass casualty drills and exercises, and helped with the Cherry Hill children’s summer camp. She also lends a hand with Disabled Veterans clothing/food/household drives, American legion activities, and OHR events.
The Administration and Finance Department is sad to report the passing of Joe Oster’s father, Urban J. Oster. Mr. Oster passed away Tuesday, July 10 at 11 p.m. California time. Our condolences go out to the Oster family in their time of need.