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Seven members of UW-Eau Claire's classified staff to retire

RELEASED: Dec. 12, 2011

EAU CLAIRE — Seven members of the classified staff at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire have announced their recent or upcoming retirements.

Steven Erickson retired after 26 years of service at UW-Eau Claire. Erickson served as a custodian in various buildings on campus during his long tenure.

Sally Felling, a university services program associate in the music and theatre arts department, retired after 22 years of service to UW-Eau Claire.

Joseph A. Garcia retired after 16 years at UW-Eau Claire. Garcia worked as a custodian in the McPhee Physical Education Center. Before moving to McPhee, he worked in several other departments and buildings on campus. Garcia attended the Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire.

Linda Glenna, academic department associate, retired after 35 years at UW-Eau Claire. She worked in the departments of English, economics and biology. Glenna served on the Classified Staff for Professional Development, Classified Website, Classified Clips and Classified Staff Awards committees. She attended the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College.

Julie A. Lee retired after 32 years of service to UW-Eau Claire. A financial specialist, Lee worked in Duplicating Services and in Business Services. She was a member of the Classified Staff Advisory Committee for Women's Issues and the Planning Committee for the 1981 spring seminar for classified staff. Lee was a member of the Wisconsin Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators and the Wisconsin Association of Student Business Officers. Lee earned her bachelor's degree from UW-River Falls.

Kathleen LeMay, a licensed practical nurse in Student Health Services, retired after seven years at UW-Eau Claire. Before coming to UW-Eau Claire, LeMay was a nurse at the Northern Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled and at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire. She was a member of the Continued Quality Improvement Committee in Student Health Services and a member of the Classified Staff Committee for Professional Development. She participated in immunization clinics for freshman orientation and numerous flu shot clinics around campus. LeMay also has worked on Classified Staff Day activities. LeMay received her nursing education at St. Mary's School of Nursing in Rochester, Minn.

Susan Lue Olson, custodian for University Centers, retired. Prior to joining University Centers, she worked on campus in the areas of Housing and Residence Life, Facilities and Davies Center. Before joining the UW-Eau Claire staff, she worked at Sacred Heart Hospital and Dove Health Care in Eau Claire.

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