SMCC employees recognized for years of service
Dozens of employees were recognized May 6 at SMCC’s annual employee recognition ceremony for reaching milestones in their service or retirement. Employees who were honored included:
Five years of service: Scott Cook (Emergency Medical Services); Margie Fahey (Academic Affairs); April Fey (Nursing); William Guindon (Maine Fire Service Institute); Nina Huntington (Medical Assisting); Karen McDonald (Respiratory Therapy); David McLean (Fire Science); Amy Mullen (Office of Communications); Michelle Neujahr (Business Administration); Crystal Pietrowicz (Biological Sciences); Richard Pitre (Philosophy); Stephen Reed (Office of Student Billing); Katharine Roy (Respiratory Therapy).
Ten years of service: Leslie Barteaux (Institutional Research); Julie Chase (Business & Community Partnerships); Vincent Ferguson (Heating, AC, Refrigeration & Plumbing); Peggy Fleury (Business & Community Partnerships); Amy Havel (English); Joanne Langerman (Library); Anna Medina (Academic Achievement Center); Frank Moreau (Facilities Management); Ruth Morrison (Automotive Technology); Mark Reuscher (Business Administration); Brian Tarbox (Biological Sciences).
Fifteen years of service: Gayle Felker (Maine Fire Service Institute); Robert Gallant (Facilities Management); Frank Hammond Jr. (Maine Fire Service Institute); Patrick Haviland (Office of Student Success); Floydzell Johnson (Facilities Management); Thomas Long (Biological Sciences/Physical Sciences); Linda Misener (Mathematics); Tom Richardson (Behavioral Health and Human Services); Peter Rines (Maine Fire Service Institute); Kate Sibole (Communications and New Media); Lorna West-Rhinebolt (Dietetic Technology).
Twenty years of service: Paul Charpentier (Academic Affairs); Kathleen Doan (Advising Office).
Thirty years of service: Dennis Leaver (Radiation Therapy); Cecelia Peaslee (Biological Sciences).
Thirty-five years of service: Craig Carney (Heating, AC, Refrigeration and Plumbing).
Retiring: Janet Brennan (Radiography); Alice Cousins (Spring Point Children’s Center); Nancy Smith (Nursing); Mildred Spain (Computer Technology); and George Ward III (Facilities Management).
Mobbs, Jackson named sports persons of the year
Danielle Mobbs and Sean Jackson have been named SMCC’s sports persons of the year.
Danielle, who plays softball, and Sean, who plays soccer, were honored with the Carroll Rines Awards at the annual Athletics Awards banquet on May 5.
Other honorees were:
- Aime Worcester (soccer), most improved athlete.
- John Morgan (basketball), Timothy Hagerman Scholarship award.
- Business Professor Mark Reuscher, athletic supporter of the year.