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Jeffrey Pugh Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Thursday, April 4th, 2013
Jeff PughCongratulations to Jeffrey Pugh, A/V Systems Manager, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of April. A parking spot of his choosing has been reserved for him through the end of the month.

Here is what one of his co-workers said about him:

“I would like to recommend Jeff Pugh for the Excellent Eagle Employee.  We have had several recurring AV/IT issues at the Stafford Campus that he was able to get resolved in a timely matter. He responded immediately to troubleshoot the problems and got the issues taken care of.  Jeff is always professional, follows through with everything he does and takes initiative.  Jeff is a great asset to UMW.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Angela Lilly Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Angie LillyCongratulations to Angela Lilly, manager of system support and training in the Division of Administration and Finance, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of March. A parking spot of her choosing has been reserved for her through the end of the month.

Here is what one of her co-workers said about her:

“I nominate Angie Lilly.  Angie has worked diligently and patiently with Finance and Purchasing on the Business Meal Form.  It has been a complex form to create but will provide users an easy to use tool.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Dan Quann Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Thursday, February 7th, 2013
Dan Quann Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Dan Quann, director of maintenance services, who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of February. A parking spot of his choosing has been reserved for him through the end of the month.

Here is what one of his co-workers said about him:

“I recommend Dan Quann for his above-and-beyond prosecution of several recent incidents, including:

  • Repair of steam line and water line leak between Brent Hall and Marshall Hall
  • Clean-up following the Mason-Randolph fire sprinkler episode
  • Flooding of Eagle Landing this past weekend

While his presence was not required during any of these repairs, Dan spent much of his personal time after hours and on two weekends to ensure that the repairs were completed as quickly as possible.”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Greg Render Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
Greg Render Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Greg Render of the UMW Post Office who has been selected as the Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of January.

Here is what one of his co-workers said about him:

“Greg is amazing.  He is kind, efficient, generous.  He has an outstanding attitude, goes the extra mile, and spreads joy.  I would love to see him recognized in some substantial way!”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).

Angela Lilly Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012
Angela Lilly Named Excellent Eagle Employee

Congratulations to Angela Lilly, director of training, evaluation and systems in the department of finance, who has been selected as an Excellent Eagle Employee for the month of September. A parking spot of her choosing has been reserved for her until the end of the month.

Here is what one of her co-workers said about her:

“I would like to nominate Angie Lilly for this month’s Excellent Eagle Employee. These past few months, Angie has been a remarkable help to the Associate Provost / Enrollment Management and Student Services Division. Her service and dedication to EM&SS has remained even after a promotion to Director of TESS. She has provided critical assistance to both departments with a positive attitude and inspiring spirit. She is a delight to be around! The initiative and focus she takes on projects can be felt throughout division. She is an invaluable resource to UMW and it has been a pleasure working alongside Angie Lilly!”

To nominate someone who you believe is an Excellent Eagle Employee, send an email to Priscilla Sullivan (psulliva@umw.edu) with Excellent Eagle Employee in the subject line.  In your email, be sure to list the person’s name, department, work location (with the most convenient parking lot), and of course, the reason why you believe they should be recognized.  Please spread the word to other employees about this wonderful opportunity to recognize a co-worker(s).