January 9, 2013 | 7:30 a.m.
By Suzanne McInroy, Director of Communications
This fall Bethel honored employees who have worked at the university for 20, 25, 30, and 35 years, as of 2012. The employees enjoyed a dinner with the president in honor of their service.
Celebrating 20 years at Bethel were (l to r): Bonnie Nelson, student accounts cashier; Karen Drake, professor of nursing; Mark Kormann, associate director of admissions; LaMoyne Schneider, admissions application coordinator; Brad Johnson, senior mail specialist; and Philip Frazier, adjunct assistant professor of communication studies. Not pictured: Linda Anderson, associate professor of nursing; Kimberley Meyer, associate professor of nursing; and David Howard, professor of Old Testament, Bethel Seminary St. Paul.
Celebrating 25 years of service were (l to r): Ken Rohly, professor of chemistry; Dan Wiersum, associate vice president for planned giving; Kirk Freeman, professor of art; and Randy Swanson, tech trainer and help desk analyst. Not pictured: Tom Johnson, associate professor of business and economics.
Celebrating 30 and 35 years of service were (l to r): Cindy Reents, office coordinator for music (35 years of service); Beth Peterson, professor of nursing; Leta Frazier, professor of communication studies; Tim Shaw, professor of biology; John Bergeson, chief financial officer (35 years of service); Mike Holmes, University Professor of biblical and theological studies; and Paul Reasoner, professor of philosophy.