Quarter Century Club

The Quarter Century Club is WSU’s longest running employee recognition program, having been active since 1934. Each year, the Quarter Century Club hosts a recognition event to honor faculty and staff who have reached the impressive milestone of 25 years of service to Washington State University. In addition, upon reaching 25 years of service, individuals also receive a unique framed and matted certificate, a recognition pin, and an award selected by the employee.

The Quarter Century Club currently comprises more than 2,000 individuals who have worked at WSU for 25 years or more in benefit-eligible positions.  While not all of those members are still active employees, they are, or have been, the backbone of the University community, giving their commitment and dedication to the institution.

Eighty-fourth Annual Quarter Century Club Breakfast

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
8:00 to 10:00 a.m.
M.G. Carey Senior Ballroom
Compton Union Building
Pullman Campus

2017 Quarter Century Club Inductees

2016 Quarter Century Club Inductees

Top row (L-R): Michael Larsen, Brenda Campbell, Grant Norton, Greg Streva, Mark Wilcomb, Dan Vakoch, Darryll Sherman, Balasingam Muhunthan, Raymond C. Sun
3rd Row (L-R):  Margaret Bowe, Emi Dickens, J. Manuel Acevedo, Milton Neal, Lana Redman, Quinton Jacobs, Michael Myers
2nd Row (L-R): Charlene Teitzel, Priscilla Hastay, Lori Wiest, Shelly Hanks, Randy Ludiker, Candis Claiborn
Bottom Row (L-R): Donna Arnold, Connie Barner, Laurie Byers-Brown, Karen Fung, Nancy Beebe, Jill Stohs, Rodney D. Sayler


Roy Johnson, Judy Hobart, Connie Rodeen, and Elwood Hartman are the new 50-year members of the WSU Quarter Century Club.

Richard Zack and Glenn Johnson
welcome the 2016 attendees.

President Schulz recognizes the 2016
inductees and the four new
50-year members.

QCC committee members Teri Hansen,
Laurie Weinmann, Judy Hobart, and
Susan Hopkins with President Schulz.

Shelly Hanks, University photographer,
takes a selfie with President Schulz.

Barb Petura embraces Brenda Campbell,
with Chris Hoyt in the background.



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