Freed-Hardeman University recognizes the long service of its employees

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Nash started as an audiovisual supervisor at FHU 43 years ago. In that time she has seen tremendous growth and progress, with one of the biggest changes being the opening of the Hope Barber Shull
Academic Resource Center (ARC). “It was a wonderful addition to the campus.”

England spent his 28 years at FHU teaching photography and teaching students how to do it
appreciate art. “Every time I take a student into the darkroom and watch a photograph develop,
“There’s a wow moment I never get tired of watching him,” she said. As England retires, she has
does not leave campus entirely. “I will be more part of French African Christian Education (FACE) and help with the work there, but I will continue to teach two photography courses.”

Nash plans to travel in her free time. “I’m looking forward to a little adventure,” she said.
Retiring before the end of the academic year, Newberry was honored for his 26 years of service
At a surprise dinner in January 2023, he was encouraged by colleagues, alumni, family and friends. The guests shared memories of his work as Associate Vice President of Development, Director of Fundraising and Development Officer and celebrated his great service in developing relationships and helping raise funds to support students and projects over the past three decades.

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Dawn Bramblett, Freed Hardeman University, 731-608-7650, [email protected]www.fhu.edu

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