Eight Receive Outstanding Staff Awards

Feb. 16, 2000

Eight Baylor University staff members were named Outstanding Staff at the Annual Service Awards ceremony Feb. 16 in the Barfield Drawing Room of the Bill Daniel Student Center.

Honorees were selected by a committee of University staff following nominations from Baylor faculty and staff. Those selected received a citation and $1,000.

Outstanding Staff for 1999 were: Angela Bailey, assistant to the president; Adonna Cook, administrative assistant in the deparments of chemistry and biochemistry; Jim Cortez, supervisor of game room and bowling lanes in campus recreation; and Chris Hansen, director of photography in Public Relations.

Also selected were Donna Herbert, supervisor of help line services in the Information Technology Center; Doris Kelly, assistant to the vice president for human resources; JoAnn McMillan, office manager in admission services; and Ann M. Reed, assistant to the chancellor.

The annual Service Awards ceremony honors Baylor faculty and staff for their service to Baylor. Employees receive pins indicating 5-year multiples of service at the University. More than 220 employees received pins this year, for service ranging from 5 years to 35 years.

Thirteen staff received recognition for 30 years of service. Receiving pins for 35 years of service were Bob Denton (health, human performance and recreation) and Bill Harlan (university development).

The ceremony is coordinated by the division of human resources, including organizational development, personnel benefits, personnel services, and AA/EEO. This year's ceremony was the 29th held at the university.

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