Wor-Wic Employees Receive Service Awards
September 25, 2006

Twenty-five Wor-Wic Community College employees received awards for five, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years of service at a recent all-staff meeting at the college. In the front row, from left, are Dr. Scott D. Dahlberg of Snow Hill and Deborah E. Jenkins of Delmar, Del., recognized for 20 years, Nola M. Arnold and Mark V. Rudnick of Salisbury, recognized for 30 years, and Suzanne T. Alexander of Salisbury and Mark Sullivan of East New Market, recognized for 10 years. Recognized for five years, in the back row, from left, are Kimberly Howard and Brenda J. Mister of Hebron, Susan Creager of Eden, Melanie Montero of Ocean City, Michelle B. Morris of Snow Hill, Cheryl Michael of East New Market, Terry Weindorfer of Georgetown, Del., and Charlotte Muir, Cate Trego, Susan Twigg and Kevin Walker of Salisbury. Not pictured are Thomas R. Owens of Hebron, recognized for 25 years of service, Cynthia E. Lawson of Salisbury, recognized for 20 years of service, Kimi S. Lichty of Willards, recognized for 10 years, and Arnold Bond and Joseph Ellingsworth of Salisbury, Kristina Toadvine of Hebron, Lucille Townsend of Upper Hill, and Jeffrey Myers of Lewes, Del., all recognized for five years.