Retirees, Longtime Employees Honored at Carleton College

Carleton College recently honored retirees and longtime employees on April 14 at a lunchtime ceremony and a dinner at the Nutting House hosted by Carleton President Robert Oden Jr. and his wife Teresa Johnson Oden.

May 25, 2009

Carleton College recently honored retirees and longtime employees on April 14 at a lunchtime ceremony and a dinner at the Nutting House hosted by Carleton President Robert Oden Jr. and his wife Teresa Johnson Oden.

Retirees are Shirley Dulski, accounts payable specialist; Jim Fisher, John W. Nason Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies; Julie Klassen, professor of German; John Nordine, operating engineer; Anne E. Patrick, William H. Laird Professor of Religion and the Liberal Arts; Carol Pautzke, baker, Bon Appetit Catering; Jack Ranslow, heavy duty custodian; and Richard Springer, maintenance utility.

Also honored at both events were employees celebrating 25 years with the College: Renee Flaherty, heavy duty custodian; Fred Hagstrom, professor of art; Barbara Harden, senior payroll specialist; Susan Ims, library associate cataloging; Guy Kalland, men’s basketball coach and professor of physical education, athletics and recreation; Terry Kissner, library assistant collections; Mark Krusemeyer, professor of mathematics and senior lecturer in recorder; Ann May, transcript coordinator and senior administrative assistant to the registrar; Cynthia Neil, heavy duty custodian; Ralph Neil, maintenance plumber; Steven Nesseth, special custodian; Charles Priore, research and instruction librarian and liaison for sciences; Kathleen Schwartz, library assistant in technical services; Sandra Smith, library assistant loan services; Nancy Sweeny, mailing services coordinator; Melissa Thomas, special events associate and administrative assistant for College relations; Joel Weisberg, Herman and Gertrude Mosier Stark Professor of Physics and Astronomy and the Natural Sciences; and Joseph Witt, food service utility, Bon Appetit Catering.