Several Faculty & Staff Recognized at End-of-Year Breakfast
We celebrated our Faculty/Staff End-of-Year Breakfast Tuesday morning, where we recognized years of service, the Marcus S. Ryu ’91 Employee Recognition Award winners, and two very special retirements. See photos and descriptions below. Also, a special thanks to the Mothers' Club for providing another amazing raffle.
John Stewart '60 received the Ignite Award, recognizing his integral role with our capital campaign, Ignite: The Campaign for Loyola Blakefield, over the past several years.
20 Years of Service: Pat Maggio, Ken Benway, & Paddy London
35 Years of Service: Steve Kucharski, Terry Levering, Ray Brown '79, Kelly Breschi, & Jerry Roe
40 Years of Service: Dr. Vince Fitzpatrick '68
We said farewell to Joe McFadden '69 who is retiring after 34 years at Loyola, serving as Director of Admissions, Registrar, and one of the area’s most respected lacrosse coaches.
We also said farewell to Sheila Brune, who is retiring after her 36-year career serving as Assistant to Dean of Students at Loyola.
Marcus S. Ryu ’91 Employee Recognition Award Recipients: Brendan Bailey '00, Julia Rineman, & Daniel Ranalli (not pictured)
The Marcus S. Ryu ’91 Employee Recognition Award was created in June 2014 through the generosity of Mr. Marcus Ryu and his wife Cyrena “Torrey” Simon, M.D. to reward and recognize the highest talent within the faculty and staff of Loyola Blakefield. This annual award is provided to two (or more) employees who demonstrate accomplishments beyond the regular scope and assigned duties as employees, with at least half of the awards to go to instructional employees. These awards would be performance-based and be awarded to those who most improved the classroom or campus experience to further Loyola’s success.