The following is an updated list of University employee retirements.
Effective March 1: in Building Services, assistant director Edward King, after 17 years.
Effective April 1: in the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), mechanic Alan Bara, after 33 years; in molecular biology, professional specialist Joseph Goodhouse, after 23 years; in ecology and evolutionary biology, academic support staff member Terry Guthrie, after 16 years; in financial services, nonresident tax compliance specialist Diana Miles, after 30 years; in PPPL, technical assistant Allen Patterson, after 45 years; in communications, visual design strategist Megan Peterson, after 23 years; in Hellenic studies, events assistant Cynthia Schoeneck, after 36 years.
Effective May 1: in the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School, manager of graduate student financial support Judith Farquer, after 20 years; in the library, special collections assistant Chung-Li Kang, after 21 years; in PPPL, technical associate Ronnie Koon, after 28 years; in support services, software support consultant Gail Martinetti, after 30 years; in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, department office support member Kety McCoach, after 15 years; in PPPL, chief financial officer for business operations Edward Winkler, after 24 years.
Effective June 1: in the carpenter shop, carpenter Julius Fowler, after 43 years; in PPPL, executive assistant to the director Barbara Sobel, after 35 years; in the Wilson School, department office support member Barbara Zelt, after 19 years.
Effective July 1: in athletics, manager of intercollegiate programming Adlay Bugg, after 23 years; in the Wilson School, senior research scholar Harold Feiveson, after 45 years; in physics, senior professional specialist Changguo Lu, after 23 years; in health services, mental health clinician Susan Packer, after 35 years; in health services, assistant director of administration Janis Runkle, after 11 years; in East Asian studies, department office support staff member Hue Kim Su, after 33 years.
Effective Aug. 1: in the library, special collections assistant Virginia Lacey, after 46 years.