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Counselor Jane Sack retired May 31 saying in a letter to Associate Vice President for Student Services Mark Grzybowski, “It has been a wonderful career at IVCC. I wish to thank you and all of the administrators, faculty, staff and students, past and present, for the opportunity to learn and grow among the very best!” “Jane educated and counseled students, parents and co-workers for the past 20 years at a consistently exceptional level,” he said. Emily Vescogni, director of learning technologies, has announced her retirement effective Jan. 31. She began her career shelving books in Jacobs Library in 1990 and was appointed to her current position 17 years ago. “Emily made significant contributions to the quality of the college’s online learning program,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs Deborah Anderson. In her retirement letter, Vescogni said, “Often, I found myself in awe of the faculty who pressed me to think in new ways. That the college attracted many of them to uproot and move to the Illinois Valley is a great gift to the community.” She added, “Throughout my years at IVCC, there have been so many times that I have known I was in exactly the right place.” Therapeutic massage program coordinator and instructor Cherie Monterastelli will retire July 31. Monterastelli, who began the program in 1999, was instrumental in getting licensure passed for massage therapists in Illinois.

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