Retirees served BU for more than 500 years
For immediate release: Aug. 30, 2010
BLOOMSBURG — Twenty-two Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania staff members and managers with a total of more than 500 years of service retired this summer under the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s Voluntary Retirement Incentive Program. The program, approved by the PASSHE Board of Governors as part of the workforce planning effort, was offered to employees who are at least 60 or have 35 years of service.
Each employee has impacted BU. Retirees include the university’s “go-to” person in the provost’s office, director of financial aid, director of residence life, director of the budget office, manager of Kehr Union and director of human resources and labor relations.
Retirees, their years of service to PASSHE and their department at the time of their retirement are:
Rose Andreas, 24, Law Enforcement
Carol Arnold, 32, Graduate Studies
Joy Bedosky, 24, Alumni Affairs
Debra Cecco, 35, Admissions
Janet Fester, 15, University Post Office
Roland Gensel, 24, Storeroom
Anita Hakim, 25, President’s Office
Charles Harris, 25, Carpentry Shop
Roger Hartman, 15, Carpentry Shop
Marlyse Heaps, 35, Provost’s Office
Kathy Hunsinger, 17, Human Resources
Robert Klinger, 20, Student Union Auxiliary
Tom Lyons, 34, Financial Aid
Charles Marks, 29, Paint Shop
A. Renee Matrishion, 35, Student Recreation Center
Georgia Ortman, 24, Business Office
Diana Pegg, 18, Facility Services
Lorraine Presley, 21, Political Science
Virginia Rinkus, 20, Human Resources
Linda Sowash, 32, Residence Life
Barbara Stiner, 22, Budget Office
Patricia Weinhofer, 23, Adult Advisement
For more information, see www.bloomu.edu/retirees.
Bloomsburg University is one of 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The university serves approximately 9,000 students, offering comprehensive programs of study in the colleges of Education, Business, Liberal Arts and Science and Technology.