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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 2001, Image 7

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f o r f o u D o dedication While it is an easy task to acknowledge the extensive list of accomplishments of Professor Linda W. Kirstein during her twenty eight years at Paul Smith’s College, it is very difficult to say good-bye to suth a dedicated and valuable member of the Paul Smith’s Faculty. Linda has served in many positions at the College and has always carried out her responsibilities, no matter what the task, in an ethical, efficient, and professional manner. She is always willing to serve and consequently has been asked to serve many times. Each time, for every sort of request, she has given to each task her thoroughness, energy and objectivity. One of her former students stated “Once I checked out the PSC web site, which brought me to your homepage. I felt compelled to send you a brief message to say thanks for making me work hard...Thanks for your contribution in making my PSC experience valuable.” Linda’s supervisors, whether they be Presidents, Board Members, or Assistant Deans can do nothing but praise Linda for her dedication and hard work. “Linda contributes so much to her students, college and community...She is an exceptional person.” Paul Sm ith’s has been fortunate to have Professor Linda Kirstein as an integral part of its history and will miss her immensely. We wish Linda and her family continued success in their new lives in Maine. written by: Dorene Stratton acknowledgment Cheryl Ploof has worked for Paul Smith’s College for 12 years. She is a wonderful person and her presence brightens everyday. The faculty/division office is always a hub of activity bringing daily surprises. Cheryl is able to weather the storms and bring a sense of order and levity to even the most harried situation. There has never been a day in twelve years that she has wavered from this standard of excellence. How many of us can say that? There are times when the demands of the job must be overwhelming, yet Cheryl seems to always rise to the occasion and will even ask what else she can do to help during these times of significant demand. Cheryl is an irreplaceable member of the PSC community. Written by: PaulSorgule Assistant Dean dedication &. acknowledgment 3

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