Tag: retirement

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JoEllen Locher looks to new avenues

It can be difficult to walk away from one avenue in life and travel down another, especially when expectations are unmet. Assistant professor of English JoEllen Locher had expectations to fully enjoy the classroom experience at MCCC before retirement at the end of the Winter Semester, but COVID-19 destroyed that […]

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Randy Daniels retires from MCCC

A chapter of MCCC’s administration history closed Feb. 28 as Randy Daniels, vice president of Student and Information Services of MCCC retired. “It was 25 years ago, it started off as a part-time job in 1992,” Daniels said. “I was a part-time counselor over in admissions.” He said when he was meeting everyone, it was […]

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Agora adviser puts down the pen

Dan Shaw completed one of his earliest assignments years before he was adviser of the Agora. Throughout my years within student journalism, I’ve met many great people. However, none have had the level of patience, wisdom, and intellect as Daniel Shaw. To put it simply, he’s the grandfather I wish […]

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Nedry retiring, remembered fondly

Nedry in his office. Patrick Nedry may be retiring, but it seems unlikely he’s going to slow down. After 24 years at MCCC, the professor of Business is now bowing out and retiring. Nedry was instrumental in creating several programs on-campus and is spoken of highly by his colleagues in […]

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Sabo leaves mighty legacy

  Colleagues and students agree that Sabo is irreplaceable. Some of the first words out Paul Hedeen’s mouth when discussing Joanna Sabo are “impossible to replace.” Having been at MCCC in both administrative and facultative positions for a quarter of a century, the political science professor has earned her retirement. […]

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Retiring respiratory therapist breathes new chapter

When Bonnie Boggs first attended college, she wanted to be a history teacher. Then she changed her mind and went on to study to be a music education teacher.  But she realized she wasn’t that good of a musician, and decided the healthcare industry was the way to go.  “One […]