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Staff Members Receive Senior Service Awards from MCCA

October 29, 2014

MCCA Senior Service Award winners  
Staff members who will receive the MCCA Senior Service Awards were recognized at the Oct. 16 Board of Trustees meeting. Pictured are, from left, Craig Larson, board chair; Ruby Curry, Florissant Valley campus interim president; award winners Calvin Ivy, Florissant Valley, and Paulette Johnson, Forest Park; Rod Nunn, Forest Park interim president; award winner Ellen Gough, Wildwood; Pam McIntrye, president at Meramec and Wildwood; award winner Mary Holtz; and Interim Chancellor Dennis Michaelis.

Four St. Louis Community College staff members will receive special recognition from the Missouri Community College Association at the MCCA Convention Nov. 5-7 in Branson, Mo.

MCCA Senior Service Awards will be presented to Calvin Ivy, distribution/mail clerk at Florissant Valley; Paulette Johnson, district manager of campus-based aid and grants at Forest Park; Mary Holtz, theater production assistant at Meramec; and Ellen Gough, manager of auxiliary services at Wildwood.

The awards are presented annually to one employee from each of Missouri’s 20 community college campuses. The honorees were selected to receive this award by college administrators in recognition of more than 20 years of service to the college.

Ivy has worked at Florissant Valley full time since 1984. Johnson has been with the college since 1986, serving for many years as manager of financial aid at Forest Park before taking on her current duties. Holtz has worked at Meramec since 1981. Gough joined the Meramec staff in auxiliary services in 1984 before moving to her current position at Wildwood in 2007.

The Missouri Community College Association is a statewide organization through which Missouri’s community colleges work together to advance common agendas. MCCA provides advocacy, education, information and networking opportunities in service of the state’s 5,700 community college faculty, staff, administrators and trustees.