HCC trustee honored as employee of the yearThe Rev...

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November 08, 1992

HCC trustee honored as employee of the year

The Rev. Charles Copeland, a member of Harford Community College's board of trustees, has received the Public Employee of the Year Award from the Harford County Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.

He was presented with the award during a luncheon Oct. 28.

Mr. Copeland was appointed to HCC's board of trustees in 1987. He is a member and past pastor of the New Hope Baptist Church.

His accomplishments in his career and community service have been achieved although his mobility is impaired as a result of a 1960 car accident.

Weston is appointed HCC registrar

Teresa L. Weston was appointed to the position of registrar at Harford Community College by the college's board of trustees.

Ms. Weston comes to HCC from Villa Julie College, where she was registrar since 1991.

She was registrar and coordinator for the Student Management System at Milwaukee Area Technical College in Wisconsin.

In her new position, Ms. Weston is responsible for all functions related to student records and registration.

Her duties include student academic appeals, commencement, class scheduling, budget planning, coordination of registration, and the development of an integrated student information system.

MADD chapter names Fitzgerald, Krebs

Mothers Against Drunk Driving of Harford County has appointed Tammy Fitzgerald as Victim Impact Panel chairwoman and Pamela Krebs as victim assistance advocate.

The Victim Impact Panel is a creative sentencing option used by Harford County judges for those convicted of driving under the influence and driving while intoxicated.

Ms. Fitzgerald joined MADD in 1991, about three years after her father was critically injured by a drunken driver.

As victim assistance advocate, Ms. Krebs will be the primary contact for victims of drunken-driving accidents who need support, literature, assistance with criminal cases and guidance through the judicial process.

Ms. Krebs has also been instrumental in the "Comfort Bear" program for MADD, raising money to provide teddy bears to children who have witnessed a vehicle crash or an arrest.

Ms. Krebs joined MADD in 1990, about nine months before her daughter's death in a drunken-driving crash.

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