Campus Celebrates Landmark Anniversaries of Faculty and Staff

Penn State Worthington Scranton recently held its annual Staff Service Awards program during a special employee luncheon in the Study Learning Center Cafe.  All campus staff and employees were invited to attend the event and those employees celebrating landmark anniversaries were honored for their years of service to the Worthington Scranton community. Dr. Mary-Beth Krogh-Jespersen, chancellor, presented the awards. 


Recognized for 30 years of service was Director of Development Maria Russoniello.


Tom Krivak, an employee in the campus' operations and maintenance department, was honored for 25 years of service.


Dr. Todd Adams, assistant professor of philosophy, Terri Nealon Caputo, admissions counselor and Bernard Fagnani, Peckville, instructor of business administration, were all honored for 20 years of service at the campus.


Receiving honors for 15 years of service were Dr. Dale Holen, associate professor of biology and Sue Safko, academic affairs staff assistant.


Employees honored for 10 years of service were Fred Aebli, instructor in information science and technology; Alison Burns, campus registrar; Marissa Curtin, coordinator of the Division of Undergraduate Studies Programs Learning Center; Dr. H. Durell Johnson, assistant director of academic affairs and an associate professor of human development and family studies; and Mary Lance, academic affairs staff assistant.


Dr. Meg Hatch, assistant professor of biology and Bonnie Urzen, admissions counselor, were recognized for five years of service at the campus.