South Plains College to honor retirees on May 3

 

LEVELLAND – On May 3, South Plains College will recognize six employees who retired during the spring 2019 semester. The retirees combined for 119 years of service to SPC, and each has played a vital role in SPC’s success as well as the thousands of students who pass through its doors each year.  

The retirees will be honored with a reception at 1:30 p.m. on May 3 (Friday) in the Sundown Room. 

The retirees are Wanda Clark, Raymund Elizondo, Liz Hodge, Michael St. Clair, Jeffrey Ross and Charlotte Young. 

Clark, professor of psychology/sociology, is retiring with 21 years of service. She started working for the college on Aug. 20, 1998. Her last day on campus is May 10, 2019. 

Elizondo, program coordinator and professor of industrial manufacturing/emerging technologies, is retiring after 28 years of service to the college. He began working at SPC on Aug. 26, 1991. His last day on campus will be May 10, 2019. 

Hodge, administrative assistant to student health, is retiring with 14 years of service. She started working for South Plains College on Nov. 23, 2004. Her last day on campus is May 10, 2019. 

St. Clair, instructor in industrial manufacturing/emerging technologies, is retiring after 11 years of service to SPC. He started working at SPC on Aug. 13, 2008. His last day on campus is May 13, 2019. 

Ross, assistant professor of psychology, is retiring after 17 years of service. He started working for SPC on Aug. 14, 2002. His last day on campus is May 10, 2019. 

Young, professor of computer science, is retiring after 28 years of service to the college. She started working at SPC on Aug. 14, 1991. Her last day on campus is May 10, 2019.