(front left to right) Dr. Tommy King, president of William Carey University, recently presented five-year awards to: Sue DeLaune, assistant professor of nursing; Lenell Ford, special assistant to the dean of nursing; Vicky Walley, associate professor of nursing; Bob Blevins, director of facilities; (back left to right) Sharon Schamber-Jones, instructor of business; Lisa Dickens, assistant director of admissions/recruitment; Wendy Hogue, softball coach; and, D.J. Pulley, head golf coach, assistant women’s basketball coach and sports information director.
(front left to right) Dr. King presented 10-year awards to: Dr. Bitsy Browne Miller, assistant professor of education; Olivia Burkett, visiting lecturer in psychology; Dr. Les Steverson, academic dean of WCU-Tradition and assistant professor of education; (back left to right) Cheryl Maqueda, assistant professor of Spanish; and Dr. Lisa Cummings, assistant professor in psychology.
(front left to right) Dr. King presented 15-year awards to: Dr. Connie Roberts, professor of music; Barbara Tillery, desktop publisher; Sandra Meeler, administrative assistant for the College of Osteopathic Medicine; Linda York, associate vice president and chief financial officer; (back left to right) Dr. Randall Harris, associate professor of biology; Dr. Carol Jones, associate professor and director of psychology; and, Dr. David Brockway, coordinator of instructional technology and instructor of business.
(left to right) Dr. King presented 20-year awards to: Susan Curry, assistant director of institutional research; Dr. Paul Cotten, professor of psychology and music; and, Julia Mansell, assistant professor of nursing.
(left to right) Dr. King presented 25-year awards to: Diane Taylor, administrative assistant for advancement and external relations; and, Lynn Singletary, assistant professor of biology (not pictured).
(left to right) Dr. Milton Wheeler, professor of history; Dr. King; and, Dr. Gene Winters, professor of music, pose for pictures. All three men are alumnus of Carey. Wheeler was recognized for 45 years of service, and Winters was recognized for 30 years of service.