Superior Accomplishment Award winners honored at luncheon

2012 Superior Accomplishment Award winners.

From left to right: Megan West, Tresa Douglass, Dr. John Harvey, Danielle Mauragis, Roxanne Werner, Lynnette Chaparro, Mary Wilson, Sharon Carter, Lisa Holtzendorf, Jennifer Thomas, Kristen Lyon, Sarah Purcell, Andrea Rennia, Gino Matucci, Linda Howard and Sally O'Connell.

The college’s  2012 Division 5 Superior Accomplishment Award winners were honored, along with other university winners, at a luncheon held March 10 at the Paramount Hotel. The program recognizes staff members who contribute outstanding and meritorious service, efficiency and/or economy, or to the quality of life provided to students and employees.

Division 5 includes all employees of the UF Academic Health Center. Division-level award recipients receive cash awards of $200 each, and then compete for university-level awards, which offer eight $1,000 and six $2,000 cash awards.

UF College of Veterinary Medicine winners in the Administrative/Supervisory category include Mary Wilson, veterinary care manager; Andrea Rennia, office manager; and Dorothy McColskey, administrative assistant.

Winners in the Scientific/Technical category include Danielle Mauragis, Gino Mattucci, Sarah Purcell, Kristen Lyon and Lisa Holtzendorf, all veterinary technicians. Winners in the Clerical/Office Support category include Linda Howard, senior clerk; Sharon Carter, senior secretary; Megan West, office assistant; Jennifer Thomas, Lynnette Chaparro and Sally O’Connell, all program assistants; Roxanne Werner, clerical support/technical, and Tresa Douglass, senior mailroom clerk.



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