More than 50 people join staff of Austin Peay
September 25, 2001
Bob Bird, executive director of Austin Peay State University's Office of Human Resources, has announced the addition of several new full-time employees.
Donald Stone was appointed custodian lead worker, replacing Donnie Sweatt.
Kevin Greene, Paul Coppedge, Beverly Clark and Tyshawn Hawk were named custodians in the positions vacated by Marco Torres, James Sowell, Donald Stone and Ernest Perry. Tony Elliott, Wayman Freeman and Richard Tuberville were appointed custodians. Michael Jamieson and Larry Hughes were named boiler operators, replacing Sterling Johnson and Jerry Hendricks. Craig Emerson was appointed safety inspector, and William Jobe was named HVAC mechanic.
Diane Olson-Meyer was appointed secretary 2 in the position vacated by Mary Williams.
Educational Opportunity Center:
Marissa Chandler was named counselor, replacing John Johnson who was promoted to director.
Office of Veterans Affairs:
Wanda Welker was promoted to assistant director in the position vacated by Mary Chambliss.
Stephen Paulk-McGinley was named computer lab technician, replacing Matt Bennett. Jim Spriggle was appointed telecommunications manager in the position vacated by Mark Davis.
Office of the Registrar:
Makeba Webb was named secretary 2, replacing Rhonda Whittaker.
Center for Extended and Distance Education:
Kimberly Crawford was appointed secretary 2, and Mary Burkhart was promoted to coordinator of extended education in the position vacated by April Noronha.
Ernest Perry, Derrick Oliver and April Bolton were named security guards.
Darlena Longstreet and Paula Irwin were appointed dispatchers, replacing Delphia Barber and Christopher Grant.
Office of Housing and Residence Life:
Stacie Murphy was named secretary 2 in the position vacated by Patricia Bridgman, and Steven Moore was appointed housing specialist.
Veterans Upward Bound:
Yolanda Hairston was named recruiter/counselor replacing Johnnie Smith, and Rebecca Chester was appointed instructional aide in the position vacated by Thomas Lipira.
Alumni and Annual Giving:
Renee Dunn was named technical clerk, replacing Tracy Warman.
Earleen Long was appointed account clerk I in the position vacated by Diane Meyer.
Student Financial Aid Office:
Elizabeth Stonerock was named financial aid counselor, replacing Wanda Welker.
College of Education:
Mary Stockdale was appointed secretary 2 in the position vacated by Joy Warner.
Public Relations and Marketing:
Schella Smith was named secretary 3, replacing Jean Holloway.
Janice Scott was appointed secretary 2 in the position vacated by Stacy Dooley.
Child Learning Center:
Paris Slayden was named child care aide 2.
Bertha Brisson was promoted to secretary 3, replacing Barbara Baird.
Rebecca Crowe was named assistant women's basketball coach in the position vacated by Amanda Butler. Steven Haywood was appointed defensive coordinator for the football team. Art Thirius and Mike Woodward were named assistant football coaches, replacing Robert Davis and Robert Wolfe.
Jay Bowen was appointed assistant men's basketball coach in the position vacated by Marty Gillespie.
Malinda Mabry was named secretary 3, replacing Kathleen Evans.
Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance:
Mary Teresa Dennis was appointed orientation teacher, and Jean Logan was named program assistant.
Book and Supply Store:
Yukonda Hendricks was appointed textbook coordinator in the position vacated by Laura Perryman.
Student Support Services:
Bertha Russell was named secretary 2, replacing Angela Flinn.
Heather Mattson and Kimberlie Laub were named admissions counselors in the positions vacated by Kristin Towell and Kanya Allen.
Barbara Stewart was appointed postal lead worker, replacing Barbara Howell, and Paula Stewart was named postal clerk in the position vacated by Barbara Stewart.
Department of Languages and Literature:
Haley Fishburn was appointed secretary 2, replacing Judi Mobley.
Finance and Administration:
Denise Allensworth was named executive aide in the position vacated by Rhonda Whittaker.
Community School of the Arts:
Deidra Repass was appointed coordinator, replacing Lou Ann Politi.