October 08, 2014 by Pete Rosenbery CARBONDALE, Ill. 25 years: Donna Louise Dial, Family and Community Medicine/Carbondale-School of Medicine, Springfield.
-- Southern Illinois University Carbondale Interim Chancellor Paul D. A reception will follow in the International Lounge. Buncombe 10 years: Steven Eugene Ralls, Physical Plant Service; Ira Dugan Tripp, Physical Plant Service. Carbondale 10 years: Amer Abu Ghazaleh, Animal Science Food and Nutrition; Craig Kyle Anz, associate dean for academic affairs, College of Applied Sciences and Arts; Betty Belbas, Physical Plant Service; David E. Braeutigam, University Housing; Bridget Christine Brown, University Press; Elaine Conrad, Center for International Education; Nicole Davis, Animal Science Food and Nutrition; Saran Donahoo, Educational Administration and Higher Education; Eric Jay Fidler, School of Journalism; Charles M. Todd Herreman, Radio, Television, and Digital Media; Andrea Imre, Library Affairs; Amelia Beth Ketzle, SIU Foundation Carbondale; Punit Kohli, Chemistry and Biochemistry; Rachel Lynn Lee, Aviation Technologies; Cheng-Yao Lin, Curriculum and Instruction; Christian Sebastian Loh, Curriculum and Instruction; Elizabeth Di Simone Lydy, Student Health Services; Douglas Eugene Mc Calla, University Housing; Christopher J.
Sarvela will recognize 390 employees for their service to the university in a ceremony and reception in the Student Center. The event will recognize employees with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 years of service to SIU Carbondale. Cambria 10 years: Juliane Poock Wallace, Kinesiology. Milazzo, Library Affairs; AKM Mahbub Morshed, Economics; Cassandra Nicholson, University Housing; Olusegun Ojewuyi, Theater; Susan Jere Patrick, Broadcasting Service; Norma Perez, University Housing; Priscilla R.
The employees have a combined total of 6,520 years of service to the university. Anna 15 years: Brad William Dawson, Physical Plant Service; Kimberly Elizabeth Little, College of Education and Human Services Advisement Office; Douglas James Simmons, Library Affairs. Pimentel, Center for Teaching Excellence; Julie Kathleen Ray, Physical Plant Service; Patrick A.
Robertson, Aviation Management and Flight; Rod Sievers, University Communications and Marketing; Lynn C. Harbin, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Alice M. Gates, Physical Plant Service; Clyde William Gross, Physical Plant Service; Jana Rene Klamm, University Housing; Michael Harry Mc Roy, University Housing; Raymond D. Slankard, administrative aide, SIU Foundation Carbondale. Lynn, School of Law; Richard Steven Raubach, Physical Plant Service; Paul J. Wills, business manager II, College of Education and Human Services.He was an Army attache in Russia prior to being sent to Vietnam as a G-2 adviser to the U. Survivors include two sons, Joseph (Tammy) Augustitis of Springfield, and William (Marilyn) Augustitis of Monmouth Beach, NJ; 4 grandchildren; 2 step-grandchildren; a great-grandchild; her nieces and nepehews; and other relatives and friends. He was born March 19, 1882 to Peter and Charity Ellen Tash Baldwin. He was born September 12, 1926 to Charles and Rose Marie Johnson Baldwin. Entombment was at Lake View Mausoleum in Fairview Heights under the direction of Lake View Funeral Home. Beever, 72, died November 27, 2005 at the Pekin Hospital. She was a retired checkout supervisor at the Pekin K-Mart with 32 years of service. Paul United Church of Christ and the K-Mart Retirees' Club. Interment was at Lincoln Memorial Park under the direction of Dieterle Memorial Home. *** BENKITIS, John HOOPPOLE, ILLINOIS: Janis "John" Benkitis, 69, died October 5, 2008 at his residence. Donald (Velma) Jones of Tempe, AZ; 5 grandchildren; and 3 great-grandchildren. Survivors include a son, James Atherton of Elgin; a daughter, Norma Lee Atherton of Olmsted; four sisters, Anna Luton, Mae Goins, Ethel Rhude and Dorothy Miller; a granddaughter; and a great-grandson. Interment was at the Mound City National Cemetery under the direction of Crain Funeral Home. She was a retired secretary for the Illinois Central Railroad. (April) Baldwin, all of Georgetown; two sisters, Dorothy Clark of Niles, MI, and Betty Hand of Ward, AR; 6 grandchildren; and a great-grandson. Catherine Campbell Baldwin; three children, Sandie L. She is survived by five sisters, Billie Jo Butcher of Circleville, OH, Gale (Loren) Ross of Capitan, NM, Shawn (Dennis) Janssen of Gillespie, Michelle (Alan) Jorgensen of Virden, and Jody (David) White of Denver, CO; her aunts and uncles; her cousins; and her nieces and nephews. Howell of Pekin; 8 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. *** BENAVIDES, Felipe AURORA, ILLINOIS: Felipe Benavides, 85, died May 10, 2005 at Meadow Brook Manor in Naperville.Reese, Head Start Agency; Kirsten Lyn Schaper, Rehabilitation Institute; Sally Jo Wright, Recreational Sports and Services. 25 years: Dwain Cocke, University Housing; Crystal Renee Null, Family and Community Medicine/Carbondale-School of Medicine, Springfield; Denise Adair Vance, Financial Aid Office. De Soto 10 years: Amanda Carlene Ashby, Registrar’s Office; Regina L. Equality 15 years: William Recktenwald, School of Journalism. 15 years: Shawn Eric Bond, Physical Plant Service; Lisa Gay Drummond, Family and Community Medicine/Carbondale-School of Medicine, Springfield; Tracey Ann Jarrell, specialist, Vice President for Financial and Administrative Affairs-SIU University-wide Services; Michael Kent Kremer, Physical Plant Service; Mandara Savage, Technology; Mark Schloemann, School of Social Work; Janet Arvetta Smith, Physical Plant Service; Melissa R. Springfield 15 years: Jeanne Therese Kitchens, Workforce Education and Development; Herbert Williams, Workforce Education and Development. Tamaroa 10 years: Regina Ann Wilkerson Sims, Curriculum and Instruction. Phillips, insurance risk manager I, University Risk Management-SIU University-wide Services. 20 years: Carolyn Sue Gayer, Department of Public Safety; Pamela A. Zeigler 10 years: Lori Ann Domineck, University Housing.15 years: Sarah Buila, School of Social Work; Chris P. Boros, Student Health Services; Caryl Ann Poteete, Paralegal Studies. Freeman Spur 20 years: Karin Lela Mc Clure, Library Affairs. Steeleville 10 years: Alicia Dawn Markley, Family and Community Medicine, Carbondale-School of Medicine, Springfield. Vergennes 10 years: Christa Denae Thompson, Curriculum and Instruction; Mary Jane Yearian, University Housing. 25 years: Marie Antoinette Moyers, administrative assistant, Office of the President-SIU President’s Office. Drennan, School of Law SOUTH CAROLINA Summerville 10 years: Keith H.