Retiring faculty and staff members

A message from President Nathan Hatch

As we prepare to celebrate Commencement and the achievements of the Class of 2015, we also pause to recognize and honor the outstanding careers of our retiring faculty and staff members.

Please join me in thanking this distinguished group of leaders, colleagues, mentors and friends and congratulating them on more than 500 years of combined service to Wake Forest University:

Bobbie L. Collins, Research & Instruction Librarian – Social Sciences, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Ronald V. Dimock Jr., Professor of Biology
Jack D. Ferner, Lecturer of Management
Kendall Middaugh II, Associate Professor of Management
James T. Powell, Associate Professor of Classical Languages
David P. Weinstein, Professor of Politics and International Affairs


Charles Ashley, Superintendent, Facilities and Campus Services
Peggy Barrett, Administrative Coordinator, English
Carolyn Binkley, Administrative Assistant, Information Systems
Carroll Burnette, Plant Operator, Facilities and Campus Services
Alan Cameron, Associate Director, University Counseling Center
Ann Catron, Receptionist, Admissions
Evelyn Frazier, Manager, Facilities and Campus Services
David Gibson, Dishwasher, Graylyn
Cynthia Hall, Administrative Coordinator, Romance Languages
Anita Hughes, Executive Assistant to the Provost, Provost’s Office
Gaylon McMinn, Service Technician, Facilities and Campus Services
Chip Patterson, Assistant Vice President, Gift Planning, Advancement
Marianne Schubert, Staff Counselor and former Director, University Counseling Center
Marie Teague, Assistant to the Vice President, Campus Life
Mike Terry, PC Maintenance Technician, Information Systems

A recent tribute video captured some of this year’s retirees’ memories and reflections on their time at Wake Forest.

To our 2014-2015 retiring faculty and staff, thank you for sharing your gifts and talents with us for so many years. Your countless contributions will have a lasting impact on our campus, and you will forever be a part of our Wake Forest family.