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Eight Members of the Classified Staff
Retire From UW-Eau Claire
MAILED: May 13, 2002
EAU CLAIRE — Eight members of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire classified staff recently retired or will retire this spring or summer.
Scott Gillette will retire after 23 years as a custodian in facilities planning and management. In 1991, Gillette was promoted to lead worker custodian, where he has planned and assigned work to ensure that Schneider Hall is well maintained.
Phyllis Hambleton will retire after 24 years of service to UW-Eau Claire. Since coming to the university in 1978, she has worked for the Academic Skills Center and McIntyre Library. She maintained the library's budget, and was responsible for the purchasing and inventory of supplies and equipment.
Bonnie Hanson will retire after 23 years of service to the university. She worked as a custodian, first for facilities planning and management, and most recently for housing and residence life. She has worked in academic buildings and residence halls during her university career.
Marlys Quilling retired in January after nine years of service to the university. She worked as a custodian for the facilities planning and management department. She worked in several academic and administrative buildings during her tenure at UW-Eau Claire.
Eunice Roehl will retire after 20 years of service to the university. She joined the McIntyre Library staff as a library services assistant in 1982. She managed the cataloging of the reference collection. She also managed special projects, set the project workflow and allocated departmental resources.
James VonHaden will retire after 34 years of service to UW-Eau Claire. He worked as a groundskeeper and a storekeeper for the facilities planning and management department. He is responsible for accurately filling central stores orders, receiving and stocking all incoming resale merchandise, assisting in the purchasing of supplies and in mail services.
Sharon Schulte will retire after working as a financial specialist for the Business Services offices for 25 years. She has processed campus and student account deposits. She has verified and maintained account deposits for 500 state accounts, 900 campus accounts and more than 10,000 student accounts.
Carol Modl retired from UW-Eau Claire after 31 years of service to the university. As a program assistant, Modl has worked in various academic departments, most recently in the social work department. She coordinated a 12-credit internship program and provided administrative support for instructional programs.
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: May 13, 2002