The Office of the President of Genesee Community College is pleased to announce this month's employee and student of significant recognition. Terence A. Reding, a dedicated member of Genesee's staff for four and a half years has been selected as the November Employee of the Month, while Sherri Lovria has been chosen as the Student of the Month for November.
Terry Reding - Employee of the MonthSince August of 2000, Terry Reding has been providing exceptional service to the Genesee Community College as Technical Specialist for the Advanced Studies program. Through hard work and dedication, he has helped enable the continued growth of the Advanced Studies Program, which last year offered more than 350 college level courses in 42 high schools throughout Genesee, Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming counties. Terry has earned the respect of his colleagues not only by being a supportive, organized and detail-oriented, but also by sharing an overall positive and cheerful attitude, each and every day.
Terry received his Bachelor's in Elementary Education from Houghton College in 1997. He enjoys many outdoor activities, but has just put away his Harley Davidson motorcycle, and is now waiting for snowfall to pull out his snowmobile. In addition, he enjoys waterskiing, racquetball, and mountain biking. Terry resides near Gainesville, New York in Hardys with Monica, his wife of 30 years. They have two grown children, Andy and Beth, and they are enjoying their adorable four-month-old puppy, named Deacon. Please note: A photograph of Terry Reding, a resident of Hardys and the November Employee of the Month at Genesee Community College is located at: http://marketing.genesee.edu/images/terry_redding1.jpg
Sherri Lovria - Student of the MonthSherri Lovria, a sophomore at Genesee Community College is deserving of the Student of the Month for November award for her academic achievements as well as her community service. While working toward her teaching degree, she serves as the Vice President of Phi Theta Kappa, the College's Honor Society and she is a recent recipient of the