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Mott Community College honors retirees through virtual event

Thirty retirees will be honored by Mott Community College (MCC) at virtual recognition event on Oct 22.

Retiring with more than 695 years of service amongst them, the 2019/20 retirees represent every department from health sciences to fine arts and student success services, to workforce development and public safety.

“The commitment and dedicated service our 2019/20 retirees have given the college during their tenure has left a lasting impact on students’ lives and on the college, especially this year as we transitioned quickly to tele-work and tele-learning due to COVID-19,” said MCC President Dr. Beverly Walker-Griffea.

This year’s retirees are:

Nicola Beccia, of Davison, Fine Arts & Social Science, 15 years of service
Lynnette Bourne, of Flint, Health Sciences, 18 years of service
Bruce Chalmers, of Midland, Technology, 18 years of service
Diane Crain, of Flint, Public Safety, 22 years of service
Bernard Cunningham, of Vassar, Science & Math, 18 years of service
William Dawson, of Flint, Facilities Services, 32 years of service
Linda Grigsby, of Henderson, Workforce & Economic Development, 19 years of service
Cora Jean Gregory, of Clio, Fine Arts & Social Science, 29 years of service
Anne Gupton, of Lapeer, Counseling & Student Development, 30 years of service
Fairy Hayes-Scott, of Ann Arbor, Humanities, 45 years of service
Gary Hayward (deceased), 31 years of service
Mark Higham, formerly of Swartz Creek, Information Technology Services, 20 years of service
Susan Kolar, of Armada, Business, 16 years of service
David Miller, of Birch Run, Business-Culinary, 24 years of service
Rita Miller, of Flint, Workforce & Economic Development, 15 years of service
Mary Ann Newbill, of Ortonville, Counseling & Student Development, 21 years of service
Carol Nielsen, of Otisville, Business-Cosmetology, 27 years of service
Margaret Pobocik, of Lennon, Health Sciences, 16 years of service
Brenda Phillips, of Rochester, Human Resources, 23 years of service
Kathryn Reynolds, of Flint, Health Sciences, 15 years of service
Jennifer Richman, of Fenton, Southern Lakes Branch Center, 13 years of service
Theresa Stephens-Lock, of Grand Blanc, Public Safety, 19 years of service
Marcia Teer, of Flint, Student Success Services, 29 years of service
Dan Thomas, of Clarkston, Counseling & Student Development, 16 years of service
Laura Tobias, of Holly, Humanities, 32 years of service
Diane Tremblay, of Waterford, Health Sciences, 23 years of service
Lorraine Wcisel, of Davison, Counseling & Student Development,40 years of service
Jennie Welliver, of Davison, Counseling & Student Development, 30 years of service
Dennis Zawol, of Flushing, Science & Math, 18 years of service
Brenda Zicha, formerly of Grand Blanc, Fine Arts & Social Science, 21 years of service

Mott Community College is committed to excellence in education and offering services that cultivate student success and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community. With almost 100 academic and occupational degree programs, Mott helps students prepare to achieve more in an ever-changing economy. Through university transfer agreements, high-demand associate’s degree programs and one-year certification programs, MCC helps ensure that all the college’s students are ready to get more out of life.

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