Staffers Honored for 25 Years

One corner of the Centennial Gateway against a cloud-filled sky

Fifteen College of Agriculture and Life Sciences staffers were recognized recently by NC State University Chancellor Randy Woodson for 25 years of service. The newest members of university’s Quarter Century Club are:

  • Shelia Ange, of the Martin County Center, North Carolina Cooperative Extension
  • Marian Booth, of the Pitt County Center, North Carolina Cooperative Extension
  • Donald Chambers, of the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center
  • Elizabeth Furlough, of the Tyrrell County Center, North Carolina Cooperative Extension
  • Rosemary Hallberg, of the Center for Integrated Pest Management
  • Daniel Line, of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
  • Barry M. Lineberger, of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
  • Daniel Mott, of the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
  • Scott McCollum, of Extension Information Technology
  • Ernest McDonald, of the Central Crops Research Station
  • Clinton McRae, of the South Central District, North Carolina Cooperative Extension
  • Karen Robertson, of the Davie County Center, North Carolina Cooperative Extension
  • John Strider, of the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
  • Lynn Strother, of the Prestage Department of Poultry Science
  • Deborah Thompson, of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service
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