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Employees, trustees recognized for service
A celebration of employee and trustee service to BBC&S was featured during a special evening event on September 24, with nearly 20 individuals recognized for their years of work.
The annual dinner brings faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees together for a special time of celebration and fellowship.
"Our annual Trustees Dinner is an opportunity for our board members to fellowship with our faculty and staff over a delicious meal," said President Jim Jeffery. "It is also a time of recognizing employees and trustees who have crossed thresholds of years of service for Christ at BBC&S."
Employees recognized were:
John Best, Associate Professor
Tom Cragoe, Professor
Ken Knelly, Executive Director of Communications & Marketing
Diane Lytle, Adjunct Instructor and Director, LYFE Women's Conference
Sarah Nippert, Administrative Assistant for the Library
Amy Heitner, Executive Administrative Assistant to the President's Office
Kathy Steenback, Office Manager of Maintenance
Ritch Kelley, Professor
Mel Walker, Vice President for Enrollment & External Relations
Elaine Brown, Associate Professor
Bonnie McCall, Part-time Professor
Stacey Shaw, Administrative Assistant to Project Jerusalem
Kristi Parker, Administrative Assistant for Distance Education
Matt Pollock, Dean of Students
Jim Lytle, Vice President and Provost
Friedie Loescher, Director, Love-Life Marriage & Family Center
Trustees recognized were:
Paul Auckland; Sellersville, PA
Pat Nemmers; Saylorville, IA
Larry Green; Cleveland, OH
Karen Logan; St. Joseph, MI
See pictures of the dinner here.
The annual Trustees Dinner was held in the Phelps Student Center. It featured a special buffet prepared by Pioneer Services. Among the entrees were herb-roasted tenderloin, roasted turkey with bacon, tarragon, and apple gravy, prosciutto-wrapped roasted pork loin with roasted apple au jus.
Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on-campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students go beyond the ordinary, learning to learn and serve with excellence as they gain critical leadership and life skills.
To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.
Posted on: 9/26/2012 10:41:33 AM