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SIDNEY — Montcalm Community Collegepresented its 2012 Leadership Award to Tech-nology Support Coordinator Marvel Teunissenof Coral during the college’s annual RecognitionDinner on March 23 at the Michigan TechnicalEducation Center (M-TEC) on MCC’s Greenvillecampus.The award recognizes a leader based on note- worthy work with, or on behalf of, MCC; leader-ship and professional achievement; and serviceto MCC.Teunissen started her career at MCC in Au-gust 1989 as a part-time lab assistant. In Novem-
ber 1992, she began a full-time position as ofce
education lab monitor. She assumed her current
position in December 1996. In addition to fulll
-ing a variety of responsibilities in MCC’s Informa-tion Systems department, Teunissen has taughtseveral computer information systems classes atthe college.MCC President Bob Ferrentino recognizedTeunissen for her work.“Marvel is an exemplary role model when it
comes to keeping current in her eld. She leads
the many students she supervises by example asto the right way to work with others, troubleshootproblems, and stay on the leading edge of tech-nology. She implements innovative ideas whichare evident in the many different hardware andsoftware solutions she has helped make reality,”Ferrentino said.“She goes above and beyond in every aspectof her job to provide better services to the stu-dents and staff at MCC,” he added. “Marvel takesgreat pride in her work, is always very helpfuland always has a kind word and a smile. She isrespected by all of her colleagues because of theattitude she demonstrates in carrying out her du-
ties and for the quality levels associated with n
Montcalm Com-munity CollegePresident BobFerrentino, left,recently pre-sented MCC’s2012 Leader-ship Award toTechnologySupport Coor-dinator MarvelTeunissen of Coral.
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