Franklin & Marshall College honored some of its most dedicated employees for their outstanding service to the College during a ceremony on April 27 in the Barshinger Center for Musical Arts. Hundreds of people turned out to honor 25 retiring members of the faculty and professional staff and to recognize five individuals for 25 years of service to F&M.
President Daniel R. Porterfield and other senior officers presented the 30 honorees with gifts in recognition of their service to Franklin & Marshall. The senior officers read remarks in honor of each individual, highlighting their careers and the qualities that made them valued members of the F&M community. Joining Porterfield in congratulating the honorees on stage were Dean of the College Kent Trachte, Chief of Staff Sam Houser ’89, Vice President for Finance and Administration David Proulx, Director of Financial Aid Clarke Paine, Director of Admission Julie Kerich ’81 and Provost and Dean of the Faculty Ann Steiner.
The employees honored on the occasion of their retirement from the College included:
The College also recognized five employees for 25 years of service: