PSU Employee Kathi Weeks Honored by New Hampshire National Guard

May 17th, 2011 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
Plymouth State University Business Services Assistant Kathi Weeks has been honored by the N.H. National Guard for her care in working with citizen-soldiers.

Kathi Weeks accepts N.H. National Guard Award
Left to right, PSU student and N.H. National Guard solider Kyle Bracken presents Plymouth State employee Kathi Weeks with
The “Outstanding in Customer Services Peace Award” for her continuing commitment to excellence in student services to our military soldiers as N.H. National Guard 1st Sgt. Michael Daigle looks on.

Weeks received the “Outstanding in Customer Services Peace Award” as a result of her continuing commitment to excellence in student services to our military soldiers.
Weeks, a Rumney resident, said she is passionate about providing excellence in student services to all students, but particularly those students who “put their lives on the line as they protect our country.”
“These are my boys and girls, and I do whatever I can to help make their lives easier,” Weeks said.

The award presentation was made May 15 in Milford at a welcome-home ceremony for the 139 soldiers of Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, and 172nd Infantry Regiment in the N.H. Army National Guard who were deployed to Afghanistan last year.

For more information about this release, contact Bruce Lyndes, PSU Media Relations Mgr., (603) 535-2775 or blyndes@plymouth.edu

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