Penn Manor retirees and Outstanding Employees honored at banquet

Penn Manor honored 15 retirees with more than 360 years of  combined service during the 40th annual Employee Recognition Dinner in the high school cafeteria on May 7.

Attendees watched a video presentation of comments (plus one spoof of a TV show) by seven of the retirees — Ellen Altdoerffer, Page Lutz, Deb Meckley, Cheryl Shaffer, Shelley Hodson, Bill Southward and Lily Williams.

Other retirees included Marty Ioannidis, Karen Gingerich, Jenny Good, Kathy Campbell, Sharlotte Dammerman, Don Hartsough, Phillis Martin and Lori Scanlin.

Also honored Wednesday were 42 Penn Manor employees with 20 or more years of service and the Outstanding Employee and Educators of the Year.

David Sellers, head custodian at Penn Manor High School, was honored as Outstanding Penn Manor Employee for 2018-2019.

Honored as Outstanding Educators were Lisa Roth Walter, a sixth-grade Hambright Elementary teacher, and James McGlynn, a high school science teacher.

Employees honored for 35 years: David Hess and Page Lutz.

Employees honored for 30 years: Dusty Axe, JoLynn Drexel, Jodie Henderson, Doris Long, Skip Reddig and Lisa Roth Walter.

Employees honored for 25 years: Carrie Aukamp, Valerie Bosso, Gretchen Braun, Karen Gingerich, Mary Jacoby, Erin Kreck, Shelly Kyle, Beth Mader and Amy Wall.

Employees honored for 20 years: Janice Adams, Tamara Baker, Sallie Bookman, Debra Drexel, Kelly Eby, Jerry Egan, Stephen Evans, Ellen Goodman, Quay Hanna, Michelle Henry, Kathy Houck, Kim Juba, Scott Keddie, Maricia Kligge, Sharon Knighton, Heidi Long, Brian Malek, Trevor Mattern, Brian Reinking, Cynthia Schieber, Kenneth Webster, Heather Wigerman, Lily Williams, Brian Wimer and Julie Yoder.

Congratulations to all of our honored employees, and best wishes, retirees!