NCC Honors Faculty, Staff For Years Of Service

Date posted - November 11, 2012

Sheldon, Iowa — Several members of the faculty and staff at Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon were recently honored for their service to the college, students and community at the annual Employee Recognition Ceremony held on November 6, 2012.

Recognized for twenty-five years of service were

  • Jill Collen of Sheldon, Instructor in the Arts & Science Department
  • Vicki Irwin of Hartley, Assistant in the Continuing Education Department
  • Dan Reeves of Sheldon, Director – Business Services
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    Collen, Irwin, and Reeves have been with NCC since 1987.

    Dr. Rhonda Pennings of Orange City was recognized for twenty years of service. She serves as Dean – Arts & Science/Business & Health, and has been with NCC since 1992.

    Five Northwest Iowa Community College employees were recognized for their fifteen years of service at the Employee Recognition Ceremony.

    NCC employees who have been with the College for fifteen years:

  • Evan Bensley – Coordinator – Emergency Services Education, Lake Park
  • Aaron Dvorak – Instructor – Powerline, Sheldon
  • Molly Galm – Director – Library Services, Spencer
  • Mindy Witham – Assistant – Enrollment Management, Melvin
  • Steven Youngs – Instructor – Collision Repair & Refinishing, Sheldon
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    Five Northwest Iowa Community College employees were recognized for their five years of service at an Employee Recognition Ceremony on November 6, 2012.

    NCC employees who have been with the College for five years:

  • Mark Brown – Vice President – College Operation & Finance, Sheldon
  • Dr. Beth Frankenstein – Coordinator – Academic Advisor/Counseling & Special Needs, Sheldon
  • Doug Hoagland – Maintenance Technician, Hartley
  • Eric Ortner – Coordinator – Network Administrator, Sioux Center
  • Mark Steinle – Instructor – Automotive, Spirit Lake
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