Wor-Wic Community College recently held a reception for employees who retired after many years of dedicated service to the college. Dr. Ray Hoy, president of Wor-Wic, in the back row at far left, is shown with this year’s retirees, from left, next to Hoy, Deborah D. Fries, assistant professor of mathematics, 37 years; and Dr. Edward T. Taylor, professor of biological science, 23 years. In the front row, from left, are Georgia Cooper, administrative associate III in the continuing education and workforce development division, 13 years; Nora L. Lebois, executive assistant to the president, 12 years; and Rosemarie Bagnall, administrative associate I in student services, 10 years. Not pictured are Dr. Reenie McCormick, vice president for institutional affairs, who was given the honorary title of vice president emeritus by the college’s board of trustees in tribute to her 43 years of service, and Dr. Lynn M. Derickson, professor of nursing, also given the honorary title of professor emeritus in tribute to her 20 years of service.
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