April 01, 2008
CONTACT: Krystin Jarrell
EMU regents approve six retirements
YPSILANTI — The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved the retirement of four faculty and two staff at its regular meeting Apr. 1. Those retiring from the University are:
Raymond Hill, of Ann Arbor, professor, management, 19 years of service.
James C. Porter, of Saline, professor, physics and astronomy, 40 years of service.
Ann M. Remp, of Willis, professor, business and technology education, 23 years of service.
Barbara Richardson, of Ypsilanti, professor, sociology, 16 years of service.
Lawrence Betonti,of Ypsilanti, special projects crewperson, custodial services, 40 years of service.
Sally Hattig, of Ypsilanti, coordinator of supplemental instruction, supplemental instruction, 12 years of service.
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