December 2, 2014 – The King’s College Community recently recognized employees for their service to the College during an annual Patron’s Day Mass held on the Feast of Christ the King, the College’s patron.
Six members of the faculty and staff were each recognized with the Christi Regis Medal, which is presented to faculty and administrators completing 20 years of service to King’s. The award has been awarded every year since it was established by the King’s College Board of Directors in 1966, the 20th anniversary of the College. King’s College employees honored for 20 years of service were, pictured from left: Joan Coffin, Donna Dickinson, Rev. Jack Ryan, C.S.C., Mary Sanders, Cheryl Ish, and Diana Easton.
Four members of King’s staff were honored with the Twenty Year Service Award. Established by the Board of Directors in 1974, the award is bestowed upon those members of the King’s community who, in supportive roles, have manifested their constancy and devotion to the ideals of the college. Recipients who attended the Patron’s Day ceremony are, from left: Jerome “Jerry” O’Brien with Father Ryan. Absent from photo were: Michael Bly, Kenneth Lyons, and Gerald Tinshaw.
Also honored at a post-Mass brunch were employees who are celebrating employment anniversaries ranging from 10-40 years. Those marking anniversaries were: 40 years, Francis Smith and Bernard Goncheroski; 35 years, William Eydler; 30 years, Pamela Bird, William Corcoran, Rickey Gasper, Jacqueline Grant, Paul Moran, Valerie Musto, and Jean O’Brein; 25 years, Christopher Alexander, Michael Berry, Carik Eick, Margarita Rose, and Barry Williams; 15 years, Joseph Banks, Brian Blight, Michael Charneski, Joan Francis, Maria Glenn, Daniel Hohol, Robert Mangold, Patrice Persico, Elizabeth Rice, Janine Ruane, Bindu Vyas, and Ann Yezerski; 10 years, Beth Admiraal, Andrew Bowen, Bridget Ford, Veronica Giamusso, Joseph Giomboni, Beth Ann Kolodgie, Thomas Landon, Tish Last, Michelle Leonard, Mark Radziewicz, Regan Reitsma, Ronald Rupkowski, and Meg Swantek.