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SFA faculty honored for service

Retiring Faculty

Retiring faculty members were recently honored at Stephen F. Austin State University. Pictured are, from left, Tomy Matthys, theatre; Ann Doyle-Anderson, modern languages; and Gail Leslie and Craig Wood, computer science. Retirees not pictured are Scott Beasley, forestry; Barbara Carr, English; Joyce Hoffman, management; Thomas Houston, music; Michael Legg, forestry; and Thomas Wheeler, graduate studies.

40 year faculty - Dr. John Lewis, professor of finance and interim vice president for development, and Dr. Janice Pattillo, chair of elementary education, were recently honored for 40 years of service at Stephen F. Austin State University. Also honored, but not pictured, was Elizabeth Deanne Malpass, history.

30 years - Stephen F. Austin State University faculty members honored for 30 years of service included, from left, James Standley, dean of the graduate school; Patricia Shepherd Sharp, geology; Sandra Luna McCune, elementary education; Marlene Kahla, marketing; and Craig Wood, computer science.

20 years - Faculty members recently honored for 20 years of service at Stephen F. Austin State University included, seated, from left, Gary Kronrad, forestry; Marie Saracino, human sciences; Thomas Segady, sociology; Violet Rogers, business; Lisa Mize, education; Frank Brister Jr., human services. Pictured standing are, from left, Al Greule, radio-TV; Melanie Jephson McGill, special education; Jill Carrington, art; Gail Leslie, computer science; Marsha Bayless, general business; Mel Finkenberg, kinesiology and health science; Betty Alford, secondary education and educational leadership. Also honored, but not pictured, were Vikki Boatman, elementary education; Anne Duncan, English; and Robert Feistel, mathematics.

10 years - Among the Stephen F. Austin State University faculty members honored recently for 10 years of service were, seated, from left, Randi Cox, history; Louise Stoehr, modern languages; Herbert Midgley, music; Sheryl Wittenbach, human sciences; Emily Payne, agriculture; Judith Biss, general business; and Dorothy Gottshall, elementary education. Pictured standing are, from left, Sue Whatley, English; Shirley Dickerson, Steen Library; Marc Guidry, English; Stephen Bradley, computer science; Thomas Parker Ballinger, economics; Sally Sowell, kinesiology; Dennis Gravatt, biology; Jimmy Yeiser, forestry; and Michael Stroup, business. Also honored, but not pictured, were Robert Allen, history; Barbara Bieber-Hamby, marketing; Kenneth Collier, political science; Sam Copeland, social work; Lysa Hagan, elementary education; L. Corinne Jones, art; Matthew McBroom, forestry; Ronald Petti, music; Rodney Roberson, agriculture; Frankie Swift, human services; Michael Tkacik, political science; Mark Turner, music; and Elizabeth Witherspoon, elementary education