Service anniversaries — February 2010

These employees are celebrating an important anniversary. We encourage you to mark the occasion with a personal greeting or comment to them.

These employees celebrated important anniversaries in January and February 2010. We encourage you to mark the occasion with a personal greeting or note to them.

35 years

  • Karen Dupuis, Residences
  • Deborah Nickless, Human Resources-General Office
  • Carl Testa, Physical Plant Administration

20 years

  • Robert Allard, Graphic Services
  • Raymond Boilard, Office of the Dean of Art and Social Sciences
  • Belinda Cahill, Business Office
  • Valerie Daley, School of Industrial Design
  • Kathleen Hickey, Career Development and Co-operative Education
  • Jane Hutchingame, Health and Counselling Services
  • James Logan, Chemistry
  • Dean Mellway, University Registrar’s Office
  • Ewa Sokoloski, Library

15 years

  • Mark MacGuigan, Azrieli School of Architecture
  • Sharon York, Health and Counselling Services

10 years

  • Wendy Fraser, Centre for English Language Assessment & Support
  • Sylvie Gubbels, Computing and Communications Services
  • Bryan Tinlin, Student Academic Success Centre
  • Carl Weatherell, Office of Vice President, Research and International

5 years

  • Julio Aguilar-Hernandez, Office of Dean of Public Affairs
  • Daniel Brown, Computing and Communications Services
  • Patricia Davis, Computing and Communications Services
  • Renea Free, Education Development Centre
  • Helen Halligan, Office of Associate Vice President Student Support Services
  • Jennifer Kearns, Physical Plant
  • Sarah Koch, School of Business
  • Stephen MacLaurin, Systems and Computing Engineering
  • Corey Mahoney, Computing and Communications Services
  • Catherine Malcolm, Office of Vice-President Research and International

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