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POSTED: February 13, 2007 5:06 a.m.
Air Force Airman Kevin T. Jones graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and received physical training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises, and special training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Tommy and Vicki Jones of Glennville. Jones is a 2006 graduate of Tattnall County High School in Reidsville.
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Savannah Tech
honors employees
SAVANNAH — Deborah Lawson, receptionist at the Liberty Campus of Savannah Technical College, was honored at the January College Assembly as a SuperSTAR (Service, Teamwork, Appreciation and Recognition).
Lawson received multiple nominations from her peers and from students for her work. Of Lawson, one nomination read, “She offers outstanding customer service along with a beautiful, beautiful personality. She is always willing to help anyone.”  
As the SuperSTAR, Lawson received a number of gifts including gift card/certificates for shopping and dining along with college logo items.
In presenting Lawson with her award College President C.B. Rathburn said, “We know that it is our commitment to customer service that will allow us to continue to build enrollment at all of our campuses. Deborah truly embraces customer service and we’re proud to honor her.”
For the past two quarters, enrollment at the Liberty campus has been up more than 20 percent above last year.
The STAR program allows visitors, students and staff to note outstanding service provided by completing a nomination card and dropping it in designated boxes located at all of the college’s campuses. The program is managed by the college’s Human Resources Department and began last year.
Other employees were received STAR nominations and each received a Savannah Technical College umbrella. They included:
Annette Bragg, secretary, industrial technology
Alan Bower, instructor, automotive technology
Shantell Bryant, clerical service worker
Sarah Caines, clerical worker
Beverly Cohen, receptionist
James Creech, custodian
Mitchell Inman, instructor, marketing management
Leisa Johnson, adjunct instructor
K. Harmon, adjunct instructor
Becky Hoffey, data entry specialist
Angela Robinson, information systems worker
Kim Saxon, accounting technician
John Seckinger, database administrator
LaTriece Tanksley, adjunct instructor
David Tuttle, library assistant
Carolyn Williams, coordinator, student success
Norm Young, Manager, information technology
You can learn more about the program and the school, which has campuses here and in Savannah on the web at www.savannahtech.edu.
 

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