Wesleyan Employees Honored for Service to the University

The Office of Human Resources hosted its annual Employee Service Recognition Luncheon Nov. 1 in Beckham Hall. All employees who are celebrating their 20th, 25th, 30th and 35th year working at Wesleyan were honored at the lunch by President Michael Roth. The event concluded with a celebratory cake-cutting and a Wesleyan and world trivia game.

Steve Windsor celebrated 20 years.

Steve Windsor, senior database administrator, celebrated 20 years working for Information Technology Services.

Julia Hicks, chief human resources officer, welcomed the employees and their guests to the luncheon.

Kris McQueeney, administrative assistant in the Government Department, celebrated 20 years of service during the luncheon. Her guest was Marc Eisner, dean of the social sciences, Henry Merritt Wriston Chair in Public Policy, professor of government and professor of environmental studies.

Tracey Stanley, administrative assistant for the Office of the Registrar, celebrated 20 years.

Michael Lynch celebrated his 30th anniversary working for Physical Plant-Facilities.

Michael Lynch celebrated his 30th anniversary working for Physical Plant-Facilities. Lynch is a temperature control mechanic.

Carol Scully, director of corporate, foundation and government grants, celebrated 20 years working for University Relations.

Donald Delisle, maintenance shop foreperson, celebrated 25 years working for Physical Plant-Facilities.

Public Safety employees Paul Verrillo, Bill Heckstall and Lucian Kaczmarczyk celebrated 20 years, 35 years and 25 years respectively.

Steve Machuga celebrated 20 years working for Information Technology Services. Machuga is director of administrative systems.

Eugenia Szady, administrative assistant for the College of Letters, celebrated her 25th year working at Wesleyan.

Phil Cotharin celebrated his 25th year at Physical Plant-Facilities.

Phil Cotharin, temperature controls mechanic, celebrated his 25th year at Physical Plant-Facilities.