Campus News

Accounts Payable Fully Staffed

March 25, 2013
Gerri Johnson

The controller’s office is happy to announce that the accounts payable area is now fully staffed. Please join me in welcoming Norma Frasher, who started on February 11 as a new college employee, and Becky Davis, who transferred from the main library’s monographs area on March 11. We greatly appreciate your patience during our transition and want to confirm that our priority is to maintain the highest level of service possible to all campus constituents.

Over the last few months, the controller’s office lost two veteran employees. We are grateful to Irene Brady for her 11-plus years of service in accounts payable and congratulate her in her new administrative assistant position in the conservatory. Betty Roman, a member of the accounts payable area for nearly five years, left the college’s employ when she moved from the area last November. Irene and Betty played vital roles in making sure our office met the needs of the campus.

Many thanks go to Deb Zvosec, administrative assistant with the theater and dance program, for assisting us in the mornings until we were fully staffed, and Deb Thomas, administrative assistant in the controller’s office, for making sure nothing slipped through the cracks.

Please feel free to contact Gerri Johnson, accounts payable supervisor, at x55604 or Joe Fetsic, acting controller, at x55602 if you have any questions about accounts payable.

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