Corporate VP Rhonda Gibby Named Tri-County’s Distinguished Alumna
One of the most gratifying and inspiring aspects of Rhonda Deaton-Gibby’s job as vice president of human resources for Kimberly-Clark Corporation in Atlanta is the opportunity to meet and mentor employees, helping them to navigate the professional and personal paths of their learning journeys. After having had the opportunity to work in various areas of business including manufacturing as well as sales and operations, it is the people component that keeps bringing her back to the area of human resources.
Hugh Burgess Is Tri-County's Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
Hugh Burgess has always been a great ambassador for Tri-County Technical College.
Greg Sosebee Receives Distinguished Alumni Award
When Greg Sosebee graduated from Seneca High School in 1973, most of his friends went to four-year universities. But he wasn't ready to commit to college.
John Powell Receives Tri-County's Distinguished Alumni Award
The landscape and the course offerings may have broadened in the last 37 years, but alumnus John Powell says the heart of Tri-County Technical College – its caring, compassionate instructors - remains the same.
2008 - Scott Webber Receives Tri-County’s Distinguished Alumni Award
There’s a wise old saying that Scott Webber learned from former Tri-County Technical College instructor Guy York that he still uses today. “I’ll never forget it – or him,” said Webber.
2007 - Cheryl Allmon Receives Tri-County’s Distinguished Alumni Award
Cheryl Allmon says the two years she spent at Tri-County Technical College in the late 1970’s inspired her to grow academically and personally, and she credits the College with igniting her quest for lifelong learning
2006 - Dr. Valerie Ramsey Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award
Dr. Valerie Ramsey says receiving Tri-County Technical College’s Distinguished Alumni Award is the ultimate honor and especially meaningful for her because it’s where she got her educational start.
2005 - Dr. Lewis Wilson Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award
Tri-County's first male Medical Laboratory Technology graduate (Class of 1972) was honored with an annual award highlighting his dedication to his alma mater.
2004 - Jimmy Edmonds Receives Distinguished Alumni Award
Jimmy Edmonds' devotion to his alma mater is as strong today as it was 37 years ago when he marched with the College's first evening graduating Class of 1967.
2003 - Tri-County's First-Ever Distinguished Alumni Award Presented to Nancy Ratliff
Over the past 18 years, Nancy Browning Ratliff has never hesitated to volunteer her time for her alma mater. She contributes countless hours throughout the year by representing Tri-County Technical College's