Russell Retires After 26 Years on Campus
Angie Russell, the Administrative Support Coordinator in the Office of Business and Finance at Penn State DuBois, is officially retired at the end of June, 2011. She has spent 26 years serving the students, faculty and staff of the campus.
Russell works to make sure all business transactions go smoothly, and keeps track of various campus accounts and finances. She is a graduate of DuBois Business College.
Previously Russell was employed by radio station WCED, G.C. Murphy Company Main Office (Ames), Ames of the DuBois Mall, Secure Credit Union, DuBois Area School District, and St. Catherine’s School.
On campus, Russell has served on the Length of Service Award Committee, the 75th Anniversary Committee, and the Athletic Wine and Cheese Fundraiser Decorating Committee. She has also served as vice president of the Penn State DuBois Marketing/Business Club, treasurer of the Penn State DuBois Business Society, and she has made two mission trips to Jamaica.
Other accomplishments include recognition in Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. Russell also volunteers with community service organizations such as Make a Wish, the American Diabetes Society, Friendship Ladies Auxiliary, St. Catherine's Rosary Altar Society, and the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America.
Russell has two children, Louis Russell and Nicole Kovalyak, and six grandchildren. Russell enjoys watching NASCAR, golfing, oil painting, flower arranging, and crafts. She also enjoys walking and being outdoors.
"I love spending time with my family and friends, especially my children and grandchildren," Russell said. "Watching my amazing grandchildren play flag football, baseball, softball, basketball, and cheerleading are some of my favorite things to do."