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Honoring 2015 Reynolda Campus faculty and staff retirees

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As we prepare to celebrate Commencement and the achievements of the Class of 2015, we also pause to recognize and honor the outstanding careers of our retiring faculty and staff members.

Please join President Nathan Hatch in thanking this distinguished group of leaders, colleagues, mentors and friends and congratulating them on more than 500 years of combined service to Wake Forest University. Watch a video celebrating their service.


FACULTY

Bobbie L. Collins, Research & Instruction Librarian – Social Sciences, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Ronald V. Dimock, Jr., Professor of Biology

Jack D. Ferner, Lecturer of Management

J. Kendall Middaugh, II, Associate Professor of Management

James T. Powell, Associate Professor of Classical Languages

David P. Weinstein, Professor of Politics and International Affairs


STAFF

Charles Ashley, Superintendent, Facilities and Campus Services

Peggy Barrett, Administrative Coordinator, English

Carolyn Binkley, Administrative Assistant, Information Systems

Carroll Burnette, Plant Operator, Facilities and Campus Services

Alan Cameron, Associate Director, University Counseling Center

Ann Catron, Receptionist, Admissions

Evelyn Frazier, Manager, Facilities and Campus Services

David Gibson, Dishwasher, Graylyn

Cynthia Hall, Administrative Coordinator, Romance Languages

Anita Hughes, Executive Assistant to the Provost, Provost’s Office

Gaylon McMinn, Service Technician, Facilities and Campus Services

Chip Patterson, Assistant Vice President, Gift Planning, Advancement

Marianne Schubert, Staff Counselor and former Director, University Counseling Center

Marie Teague, Assistant to the Vice President, Campus Life

Mike Terry, PC Maintenance Technician, Information Systems

Staff Favorites


101 Things We Love About Wake Forest


by Maria Henson ('82), Cherin C. Poovey (P '08), Kerry M. King ('85), Allison Cacich ('13)

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'I was never afraid'


by Carol L. Hanner

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Chow Down!


by Wake Forest Magazine

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A homecoming love story


by Kerry M. King ('85)

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