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May 14
MPCC recognizes employees for part-time service

Mid-Plains Community College has honored nine of its employees for their years of part-time service. The employees are:

25 years:

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MPCC Area Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. Jody Tomanek presents Mark Harwood, with a certificate recognizing his 25 years of part-time service to the college. Harwood is a lab assistant in the Auto Body department in North Platte.

15 years:

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MPCC Area Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. Jody Tomanek presents Hanford Lynn with a certificate recognizing his 15 years of part-time service to the college. Lynn works in the Physical Resources department in North Platte.

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MPCC Area Vice-President of Student Affairs Andy Long presents Shannon Corder with a certificate recognizing her 15 years of part-time service to the college. Corder works in the Student Success Center in McCook. 

10 years: 

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Dot Epting receives a certificate for 10 years of part-time service to MPCC from Area Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. Jody Tomanek. Epting works in the Student Success Center in North Platte. 

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Rex Heckenlively, of Imperial, receives a certificate for 10 years of part-time service to MPCC from Area Vice-President of Student Affairs Andy Long. Heckenlively is a tutor at the MPCC Imperial Community Campus.

Not pictured was Rodney Peters. Peters is a bus driver for MPCC. He was also honored with a certificate for 10 years of part-time service to the college.

5 years:

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Kally Vogl receives a certificate for five years of part-time service to MPCC from Area Vice-President of Student Affairs Andy Long. Vogl is an Adult Basic Education instructor at the MPCC Ogallala Community Campus.  Mary Faesser.jpg

Mary Faesser receives a certificate for five years of part-time service to MPCC from Area Vice-President of Student Affairs Andy Long. Faesser is an Adult Basic Education instructor at the MPCC Ogallala Campus. 

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MPCC Area Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. Jody Tomanek presents Mary Wiese with a certificate for five years of part-time service to the college. Wiese is a Welcome Center receptionist in North Platte.

Heather Johnson
Area Communications Specialist

Heather produces and distributes press releases for the college. She began work at MPCC in 2014. Prior to that, she spent five years as the news director/web manager for Eagle Radio in North Platte. From 2009-2014 she worked as a reporter/photographer for The North Platte Telegraph. Heather has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Chadron State College.

Brent L. Cobb
McCook Community College News Bureau Coordinator​​​