Administrative assistant retires after 18 years at UF

Members of the college’s department of physiological sciences and other CVM friends and colleagues gathered at the Basic Sciences Building Feb. 27 at a reception honoring administrative assistant Liz Kish for her 18 years of service at UF.  Thirteen of those years were spent at the department. Physiological sciences department chairman Paul Cooke welcomed everyone and talked about how valuable Kish had been to him when he joined the department nearly two years ago, and how her many contributions had benefited the department, the college and UF.


Dr. Cooke, Liz Kish and Dr. Harvey

Dr. Paul Cooke, chairman of the department of physiological sciences; Liz Kish and Dr. John Harvey, former chairman of the department of physiological sciences.

Dr. Reep and Glen Hoffsis

Dr. Roger Reep chats with Dean Glen Hoffsis during Liz Kish’s retirement reception.


Dr. Tom Vickroy and Dr. Don Bolser

Dr. Tom Vickroy and Dr. Don Bolser were on hand to wish Liz well.

Liz Kish and cake

Liz Kish prepares to cut her retirement cake during a reception held in her honor.

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