Two employees at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood were honored for their service to the college during a ceremony held May 9.
Mark Weber, professor of art, was honored for 20 years of service, and Irene Kueffer, information and enrollment assistant, was honored for five years of service.
During the ceremony, STLCC Chancellor Jeff Pittman, Ph.D., recognized Weber and Kueffer for their service.
“On behalf of STLCC, I want to express a heartfelt thanks for all that you do for this campus and community,” he said.
Andrew Langrehr, vice chancellor for academic affairs, introduced Weber and thanked him for his service.
“During his tenure, Mark has helped create an environment that embraces and appreciates art,” he said.
“From curating the outdoor sculpture park, to managing the indoor art collection, serving as the faculty mentor for the Fine Arts Club, and hosting numerous student art exhibits, he has had a profound impact on the campus community.”
Mary Meyers, information and enrollment assistant, described Kueffer as a consummate team player whose work ethic is beyond reproach.
“If you want something done right, ask Irene,” she said.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held in honor of Weber and Kueffer.