Mack Alexander is a new building custodian for the college. He formerly worked as a building superintendent for Futures in Rehab Management and in housekeeping for St. John’s. Mack can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brady Edwards has recently joined LLCC as a building custodian. He most recently worked seven years as a custodian for the North Mac School District. Brady can be reached at email@example.com.
Jermain Jefferson also joined the college as a building custodian. He owns and operates a detail shop in Springfield and previously worked as a line cook at Red Robin for six years. Jermain can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attorney Rick Grenzebach administers the oath of office to newly elected LLCC Student Trustee Aaliyah Kissick and Trustee Samantha Raymond, re-elected Trustee and new Board Chair Wayne Rosenthal, and Trustee Vicki Davis.
The LLCC Board of Trustees welcomed three newly elected members, chose new board officers and honored retiring trustees at last night’s meeting.
Sworn in as new trustees were Vicki Davis of Riverton and Samantha Raymond of Springfield, along with new student trustee Aaliyah Kissick of Athens. Also taking the oath of office was Wayne Rosenthal of Morrisonville, who was re-elected to his seat on the board.
Davis, Raymond and Rosenthal will serve four-year terms, and Kissick will serve for one year.
Rosenthal, who had served two years as vice chair, was chosen as the new chair of the board. Vice chair is Ken Elmore of Waggoner, formerly secretary of the board, and the new secretary is Gordon Gates of Springfield. Other ongoing members of the board are Craig Findley of Jacksonville and Jeff Fulgenzi of Sherman.
Three trustees were honored as they retired from the board: Dennis Shackelford of Rochester, who served for six years, including the last two as chair; Justin Reichert of Springfield, also a former chair of the board, who served as trustee for 10 years; and student trustee Marie Hountondji, who is graduating from LLCC this May after a one year term.
Eight individuals serve on the LLCC Board of Trustees, seven elected from the college district and the eighth elected from among LLCC students. Trustees represent residents of the college district to assure that the college is providing programs and services that meet the educational needs of the communities it serves. The board operates in accordance with the guidelines established under the Illinois Public Community College Act and functions as the college’s policy-making body.
David Jones, VALIC financial advisor, ise on campus today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the VP Conference Room. He will be on site for 30-minute account reviews to help employees understand options and new enrollments. To register go to my.VALIC.com/seminars and enter registration code 6303SPR11AB.
David Jones, VALIC financial advisor, will be on campus tomorrow, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the VP Conference Room. He will be on site for 30-minute account reviews to help employees understand options and new enrollments. To register go to my.VALIC.com/seminars and enter registration code 6303SPR11AB.
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We extend our condolences to Joni Bernahl, director, IT service and support, on the passing of her mother-in-law, Roberta Lea Bernahl, on April 13. Visitation will be held Friday, April 19 from 9-10:30 a.m. at Staab Funeral Home-Springfield. A service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow at Camp Butler National Cemetery. Read the obituary.
David Jones, VALIC financial advisor, will be on campus Wednesday, April 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the VP Conference Room. He will be on site for 30-minute account reviews to help employees understand options and new enrollments. To register go to my.VALIC.com/seminars and enter registration code 6303SPR11AB.
The LLCC Agriculture Club is hosting its Eighth Annual Farmer’s Share Lunch on Wednesday, April 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Trutter Center. The club is selling tickets for the meal that will include a pork BBQ or steakburger sandwich, green beans, potato salad, cookies, and tea or lemonade for 50 cents. The cost represents the portion of the meal’s cost that actually goes back to the farmers who grew the food. The rest of the cost is for processing, marketing, transportation, etc. Only 100 tickets are available, and they may be purchased from any LLCC Ag Club member or by contacting club advisor Bill Harmon at 786-2573 or email@example.com.
During the event, guests will also be able to test their agriculture knowledge with trivia questions and win prizes. The event is open to anyone in the campus community as an educational activity for the club.
Thanks to all who attended my retirement party, sent cards and blessed me with gifts. Words cannot even describe how much I love my LLCC family. I will certainly miss you. To my “groupies” in Admission, Records and Registration — thank you so much for the awesome party and gift. I love you all!