NSU Years of Service Honorees

Lillie Frazier Bell and Peggy Lodridge were recognized for 30 years of service at Northwestern State University during the school’s annual faculty/staff lunch.  Bell is the University Registrar and Lodridge is retiring as campus manager of NSU’s CENLA campus.  They were congratulated by NSU President Dr. Jim Henderson.    Not shown are Kenny Turnley, operating engineer master for Facilities Services, and Annette Greathouse, custodian at the Nursing Education Center.

Lillie Frazier Bell and Peggy Lodridge were recognized for 30 years of service at Northwestern State University during the school’s annual faculty/staff lunch. Bell is the University Registrar and Lodridge is retiring as campus manager of NSU’s CENLA campus. They were congratulated by NSU President Dr. Jim Henderson. Not shown are Kenny Turnley, operating engineer master for Facilities Services, and Annette Greathouse, custodian at the Nursing Education Center.

John Carter and Pam Hetherwick were recognized for 35  years of service to Northwestern State University.  Carter is property manager for Facilities Services and Hetherwick is administrative assistant for University Affairs.  Not shown is Ladell Conlay, administrative assistant for the School of Creative and Performing Arts. Dr. Jim Henderson, university president, presented the awards during NSU’s annual faculty/staff lunch

John Carter and Pam Hetherwick were recognized for 35 years of service to Northwestern State University. Carter is property manager for Facilities Services and Hetherwick is administrative assistant for University Affairs. Not shown is Ladell Conlay, administrative assistant for the School of Creative and Performing Arts. Dr. Jim Henderson, university president, presented the awards during NSU’s annual faculty/staff lunch

Northwestern State University recognized Maxine Johnson with a certificate and other gifts for 50 years of service to the University. The university will light the columns purple to honor Johnson, who is the director of planning, grants and development in the College of Nursing and School of Allied Health.

Northwestern State University recognized Maxine Johnson with a certificate and other gifts for 50 years of service to the University. The university will light the columns purple to honor Johnson, who is the director of planning, grants and development in the College of Nursing and School of Allied Health.

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