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Lisa Percival, Office Specialist
Hello, everyone. I have nothing new to report - no significant happenings in my personal life since last year's newsletter. Ashley will be eight at the end of June. Her 2nd grade picture can be seen on the photos page of this newsletter. Maybe one of these years I'll get married or win the lottery. Then I can give you some exciting news from my personal life, for a change.
On the work front, we were finally able to move
to Seaton Hall in February. It was a real hassle, but it was well worth it. I'm
very happy with the new office space. And I love the fact that we are now so
close to the Union. If you ever get to Manhattan, you need to come check it out
for yourself. In the meantime, feel free to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to say
hello. I look forward to hearing from you.
The Rest of the Office Crew
Kimberly Karas, Office Assistant III.
I have been employed in the Department of Geography for the past four years and last October, I was hired on as a part-time Office Assistant III. Recently I graduated from the College of Business with a Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting. I have enjoyed working for the department and value all of the friends I have made among the faculty and staff. I have found it a pleasure to work with Lisa, Amanda, and Stacia in the main office. Nevertheless, I will be leaving the department in October at which time my husband, Robert, and I will be blessed with our first child.
Amanda Foulke, Student Office Assistant.
I have been working for the Department of Geography since May of 2000. Recently, I received my Bachelors of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders through the college of Human Ecology. In April, I became engaged to Dan Rader who recently received his Bachelors of Science degree in Finance, with a minor in Economics. Although no specific date has been set, we are planning on a wedding in August 2002. I have enjoyed working for the department and have met several great people, but I will be leaving the department in July to continue my studies in the graduate program at the University of Kansas.
Stacia Wood, Student Office Assistant.
I have worked for the Department of Geography for the past two years. I am currently a junior in elementary education, and I hope to teach either Kindergarten or first grade in a few years. Throughout the year, I keep busy as an active member on the Kansas State Rodeo Team.