Frostburg State University officials honored three staff members with Awards for Excellence at the 2006 Spring President’s Convocation. Recipients of the awards received a plaque and a certificate commemorating their achievement, as well as $500 from the FSU Foundation, Inc.
This year’s recipients included Jesse Ketterman, Janet Lancaster and Paul Shockey.
Ketterman, associate director of Residence Life was noted for his outstanding management of 11 residence halls, while working toward a doctoral degree in educational services and serving as a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserves.
Lancaster, executive administrative assistant for the Office of the Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has served on FSU’s administrative staff for 38 years. She is active at Calvary Baptist Church, serves as the secretary for the Allegany County Family Day Care Association and assists fund-raising activities for Calvary Christian Academy.
Paul Shockey, a housekeeper for 17 years, has performed dedicated service on FSU’s campus. Aside from keeping Tawes Hall and its surroundings in top shape, Shockey is a mentor for high school students in the Allegany County Board of Education Transition Program, has served on the FSU Staff Senate and the Safety Committee and is involved in several local lodges and the First Congregational Church.
Staff Awards for Excellence are sponsored by the alumni and friends of Frostburg State University through the 2006 Annual Fund Campaign and by the FSU Foundation, Inc.