April 23, 2007

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Diana Shamp
Diana Shamp (right) beams after being presented the Outstanding Service Award by Becky Lentz-Paskvan.

Diana Shamp, Postal Services team honored for excellence

A well-respected employee and a team known for its excellence in service were honored by Classified Staff Council April 19 at its annual spring reception.

Diana Shamp, benefits officer in Human Resources, received the Outstanding Service Award. She received a check for $1,000, a plaque and a reserved parking spot for a year. The Postal Services team of Cheryl Bookenberger, Carol Drummer, Cindy Diller, Jim Stencil, Tom Talarico and Larry White was presented the CSC Team Award. They will share a $1,500 cash award and received a plaque.


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From BG to Hollywood—and back again
Academy Award-winning actress and BGSU alumna Eva Marie Saint and her husband, producer/director Jeffrey Hayden, gave a special benefit performance on campus April 14.