June 2008

Congratulations Syble Hackworth, for being awarded the Dining & Hospitality Services Employee of the Month for June 2008. Syble was nominated by her supervisors in appreciation for the consistently outstanding performance she demonstrates. Syble is dependable, friendly, hard working, and is a positive influence on those around her. She interacts well with students, co-workers and management alike and takes tremendous pride in her job. Syble_Hackworth
Bob Watson has been nominated as Employee of the Month. Bob started part-time in the Grounds department November, 2004 then became a full-time employee in October, 2006. Bob is one of those unsung but very important people who are so important in keeping the College running. His primary responsibilities are trash collection, keeping all the dumpsters empty, and processing recyclable materials. If you see a large blue tractor driving around with the dumpster on the back…that’s Bob. It was his enthusiasm and perseverance in handling recycling and trash that inspired the current recycling and waste operation model. His daily performance significantly reduces the amount of waste leaving campus and entering the land-fills, but instead diverts many tons into recycling. He is always suggesting better practices for the grounds department. His current passion is to establish more ground cover and wild flowers, from campus stock, to reduce future mulch demands. You can see his handy work around Wesley Hall and Burns Street apartments. If you get a chance, thank Bob for his service to the college. June205
Bill McCoy has been employed by Albion College since 2004 and has recently been promoted to director of Maintenance and Energy Management. Bill is relentless in making sure that we see the students as our #1 customer. He is highly driven to succeed at any goal set before him. He will take time to thoroughly explain his thoughts or ideas. He helps us to understand why and how something we are not familiar with works. He also serves a key role in Albion’s energy management and conservation program. Congratulations on a job well done! June206