We were reminded recently that we had somehow lost the tribute to David McKay when the "In Memoriam" tributes were transferred from the Association link within the College website to this, our own, site. This unfortunate oversight is rectified below.
Terry Pfliger died on June 9, 2016, in Bridgman, Michigan, at the age of 68. He was an employee on Kingston Campus from 1973 until 1995. His responsibilities over the years included being a Teaching Master in the Creative Arts Department, Program Coordinator in Continuing Education and in Creative Arts, and Chair of the Creative Arts Department. I am hoping that folks who knew Terry will post a more complete story about him and his time at SLC.
Pat Collom, former English teacher on Kingston Campus, died recently. Her sense of humour still provides a smile even in the opening line of her obituary, which is copied below. First, a few of the comments that were posted on line.
She was a great teacher and a class act (Pauline MacAuley)
Always a class act (Eileen Dixon)
What a great obituary. She must have been a fun lady to be around. If this writing is any hint as to the woman Pat was, she was generous and had a great sense of humour. Strength to your family at this time, and I can only imagine that you all have some great memories to sustain you. (Jacki, a stranger)
Very Sad to hear of Pat's passing and thinking of the family. I worked with Pat for many years at St. Lawrence College and she was a professional and a brilliant educator in communications. Pat always had her game face on and expected students to do their best ... Period. (Bill Crowe)
One of our retirees passed along news of the death, on January 25, of Dorothy McCullough, long time Brockville Student Services support staff retiree. There was no service but the following link was provided: http://barclayfuneralhome.com/tribute/details/2236/Dorothy-McCullough/obituary.html#tribute-start
This section is intended to pay tribute to former colleagues who are deceased. Our list is terribly incomplete and we encourage you to contribute personal recollections of others who should be included.