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Lodi Unified School District to present service awards to employees

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Posted: Saturday, October 19, 2013 12:00 am

Lodi Unified School District is hosting an Employee Service Awards Reception next week to honor employees who have worked with the district for 25-plus years.

Employees to be honored this year include:


  • Debora Beckwith
  • Marco Bravo
  • Patricia Browning
  • David Collum
  • Florence Costamagna
  • Linda Denman
  • Maureen Diehl
  • Randi Dingman
  • Franchelle Donald
  • Stephanie Ennis
  • Dianne Flynn-Joaquin
  • Luann Fox
  • Gayle Fujitani
  • Julie Gilbert
  • Denise Goodwin
  • Lynette Haley
  • Jacqueline Heinrich
  • Connie Huggett
  • Barbara Krengel
  • Pamela Loechler
  • Shawn Lord
  • Sandra Montoya
  • Susanne Reed
  • Denise Reich
  • Paul Schreiner
  • Gregory Schultz
  • Virginia Serna
  • Dana Stroud
  • Steffi Terrill
  • Suzanne Waugh
  • Cynthia West


  • Hector Avalos
  • Lai Dinh
  • Jose Molina
  • Idella Nichols

The reception begins at 4 p.m. Thursday at the James Areida Education Support Center, 1305 E. Pine St.

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