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Retirees recognized at Bates

Thirteen Bates employees who have retired or will retire this year were honored at the college’s annual Employee Recognition Luncheon on Friday, April 21. The noon luncheon and awards ceremony were held in the Clifton Daggett Gray Athletic Building. Retirees who have more than 10 years of service to the college received a Bates gift chair. Also recognized at the luncheon were employees observing anniversaries of service to Bates and new employees hired since Commencement 1999.

Mary E. Atchison, catalog librarian, has worked at Bates for more than 30 years. Roy Bernard, manager of sanitation and safety in Dining Services, has retired after more than 35 years of service to Bates. Harold Bourget, a cook in Dining Services, has worked at Bates for more than 14 years. Lorraine A. Breton, a server in Dining Services, has retired after working at Bates more than 16 years. Roger C. Dutil, a dishroom worker in Dining Services, has worked at Bates for more than 13 years. Ken Fitzherbert, a custodian at Bates, has retired after more than 17 years of service. Elaine T. Freeman, associate director of the Department of Physical Plant, has worked at Bates for 32 years. Donald R. Lent, Dana Professor of Art, has retired after more than 29 years of working at Bates. Therese Leveille, a custodian at Bates, has worked for more than 15 years. Germaine J. Morin, a server in Dining Services, has retired after more than 19 years of service. Sheila Sylvester, administrative assistant to the dean of the faculty, has worked at Bates for more than 30 years. Phillip Thibodeau, a watch officer in the Office of Security and Campus Safety, has worked at Bates for more than 14 years. Jeanne D’Arc Trepanier, a custodian, has retired after more than 15 years of service to Bates.



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