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Seven Retirees Complete Their Service to ABAC

July 7, 2015

Seven retirees have completed their years of full time service at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  Recent retirees included Randy Carter, Jimmy Felton, Betty McCorvey, Melvin Merrill, Sherin Nixon, Monty Spinks, and Dr. Kay Weeks.

As far as the number of years at ABAC, Merrill, the college’s capital planning director, led the way with 37 years of service when he retired on April 1. Weeks, professor of communication and English in the School of Liberal Arts, retired June 1 after 36 years of teaching at the college.

Carter, senior mail clerk at the ABAC Post Office, retired June 1 with 30 years of service at the college. Nixon was also an ABAC staff member for 30 years, serving as credentials data processor II in the Office of Enterprise Data Services.  She retired March 1.

Felton, horticulture technician in the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources, retired July 1with 22 years of service.  McCorvey, grants and development director in the Office of College Advancement, retired after 18 years of service on April 1. Spinks, grounds manager for the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, retired May 1after 21 years in his post.

Classes begin for the fall semester at ABAC on Aug. 12.
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