Falvey staff members honored for their years of service to the University
Five Falvey Memorial Library staff members were recently honored at the University’s service recognition dinner on April 28.
William (Bill) Greene, Access Services, who received a mantle clock for 35 years of service; Luisa Cywinski, Access Services team leader, who received a watch for 25 years of service; Natalie Tomasco, Resource Management specialist, a watch for 25 years of service; Mary Heyman, Business and Administrative Services specialist, a desk clock for 20 years of service; and Marie Roman, Resource Management specialist, 15 years of service. They also received service-recognition pins.
Dinner attendees were treated to “a wonderful time” and “delicious food,” according to Mary Heyman. Associate Vice President for Human Resources Ellen LaCorte, Ph.D. , provided welcoming comments, and University President Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A., Ph.D., congratulated each staff member and awarded the service-recognition pins.
In addition to the staff mentioned above, three librarians celebrated service anniversaries: Susan Markley, Resource Management team leader – 30 years of service; Merrill Stein, Assessment – 20 years of service; and Barbara Quintiliano, Instructional Design and Research librarian – 10 years of service.
In 2009, several other Falvey staff members were honored: Domenick Liberato, Access Services – 20 years of service; Margaret Duffy, manager of Budget and Administrative Services – 10 years of service; and Ward Barnes, Access Services – 10 years of service.
These committed staff members and librarians have provided two hundred twenty years of dedicated service to Falvey Memorial Library and Villanova University, a truly impressive number.
Submitted by Alice Bampton
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Luisa was a great boss for the 4 years I worked at Falvey while a student at Villanova…Class of 2003. Congrats Luisa!