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At the regular September board meeting, the Alamo Colleges’ Board of Trustees honored 82 employees who are retiring in 2012...
Alamo Colleges Recognize 82 Retiring Employees

Alamo Colleges Recognize 82 Retiring Employees

At the regular September board meeting, the Alamo Colleges’ Board of Trustees honored 82 employees who are retiring in 2012. The average length of employment among the group is 22 years, which reflects the longevity of many employees' service to the Alamo Colleges. Two employees from the group have been with the Alamo Colleges for 45 years, since 1967! Another has been employed by the institution for almost as long, with 44 years of service, beginning in 1968.

Each of the retiring employees was presented with a certificate expressing appreciation”for your many years of dedicated service to the community.” Alamo Colleges’ Board of Trustees Chairman James Rindfuss congratulated the group, expressing “appreciation and gratitude” for their service.

“These members of the Alamo Colleges’ family have played an important role in the success of generations of students at our colleges,” said Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie. “We are grateful for the contributions they have made and extend to them our best wishes for their retirement,” he added.

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