Hope College staff members were recognized for service during the college's annual service award luncheon, held on Friday, Feb. 18, at the Haworth Inn and ConferenceCenter.
° Honored as retirees were Diana Benzenberg, office of finance, 19 years; James Boelkins, provost, eight years; Jeanne Kinkema, Hope-Geneva Bookstore, 37 years; Carl Mayer, physical plant, 34 years; Kathryn Miller, public and community relations, 17 years; Marlene Reus, physical plant, 29 years; Bonnie Lou Rietman, physical plant, 25 years.
° Honored for 25 years of service were Julie A. Barney, Hope-Geneva Bookstore; Steven P. DeJong, computing and information technology; Robert H. Garrison, physical plant; Lori H. Hertel, biology; Kevin P. Kraay, business services; Chris McDowell, computing and information technology; Kendra Lee Williams, international education.
° Marking 20 years of service were Patricia L. Carlson, Van Wylen Library; Brenda Crisp, education; Greg J. Maybury, campus operations; Kathryn A. Maybury, computing and information technology; Barbara C. Scholten, education; and Yolanda A. Vega, Hope College Upward Bound.
° Fifteen-year honorees were Erik A. Alberg, events and conferences; Robert V. Boersma, Children's After School Achievement Program; David Elsbury, computing and information technology; Charlotte M. Hough, physical plant; Andrew R. Huisman, mailroom; Sadie M. Jungling, DeWittTennisCenter; Tracey A. Nally, provost's office; Shelley K. Schrotenboer, physical plant; and Christine C. Wennersten, Hope-Geneva Bookstore.
° Honored for 10 years of service were Habeeb G. Awad, international education; Philip S. Blauw, computing and information technology; Milagro Brunink, campus safety; Henry Yun-Ping Chen, campus safety; Carla P. Davis, human resources; Terry L. Derks, transportation; Michael L. Everse, campus safety; Shirley J. Harmsen, business services; Jacqueline J. Kacmar, business services; Carla J. Kaminski, Van Wylen Library; Dianna S. Machiela, human resources; Kimberly E. Swartout, college advancement; and Laurie E. Van Ark, Carl Frost Center for Social Science Research.
° Marking five years of service were Carole Bradford, DeWitt Tennis Center; Thomas W. Bylsma, office of finance; Jennifer A. Daldos, physical plant; Mark L. DeWitt, college advancement; Shawn M. Drost, physical plant; Sara L. Frye, multicultural education; Christine S. Gould, computing and information technology; Nathanael P. Hansen, student development; Allison P. Jesky, physical plant; John E. Jobson, student development; Kristen D. Johnson, CrossRoads Project; Trygve D. Johnson, campus ministries; Michelle J. Kelley, Van Wylen Library; Sarah K. Kolean, Center for Faithful Leadership; Edwin Lee Kortman, physical plant; Michael J. Kragt, physical plant; Madeline Kukla, education; Moses N.F. Lee, dean for the natural and applied sciences; Andrew J. Meyers, admissions; Kim K. Reinking, physical plant; John A. Ruiter, college advancement; Elizabeth K. Steenwyk, registrar's office; Ryan Lee Stehouwer, physical plant; Cheryl D. Ter Haar, college advancement; Dean M. Thayer, computing and information technology; Michael D. Van Dort, physical plant; Paul J. VanAllsburg, computing and information technology; Constance A. VanderZwaag, human resources; Linda S. Warner, Carl Frost Center for Social Science Research; Delores L. Wernette, president's office; Rajean K. Wolters, office of the dean for the arts and humanities; and Cheryl A. Young, music.