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Richard Lanspeary

officials and honoreesChief human resources officer Rita La Civita (left) and president Alan Wildeman (right) congratulate 40-year employees Bruce Watt of the Centre for Teaching and Learning and Richard Mallat of the St. Denis Athletics and Community Centre. Missing from photo: Lou Ann Greenham of the Leddy Library.

Breakfast reception honours decades of service to University

A reception Thursday recognized him and more than 150 UWindsor employees for attaining 10, 20, 30 or 40 years of service in 2013.

Back in the DayWith his win in Monday's trivia contest, Richard Lanspeary earned this copy of "Back in the Day," a volume of reminiscences by UWindsor retirees.

Advisor wins book of UWindsor memories

With his win in Monday's trivia contest, Richard Lanspeary earned a copy of "Back in the Day," a volume of reminiscences by UWindsor retirees.

UWindsor employees invited to share the joy of graduation as convocation volunteers

Volunteering at the University’s Convocation ceremonies is one of the perks of his job, says Richard Lanspeary of the Advising Centre.

“It provides me an opportunity to see students after all their academic studies are finished,” he says. “We see them at Head Start, we get them through the admissions process, help them make course selections, nurture their study skills, and provide emotional bolstering when necessary.

“It is wonderful to see them at the end of the day, crossing the stage with a smile on their faces and holding that degree in their hands.”

Contest winner to enjoy afternoon of jazz

Richard Lanspeary of the Advising Centre won yesterday’s DailyNews contest and two tickets to Afternoon Jazz with Shahida Nurullah & Friends, Sunday, October 23, at 2:30 p.m., in Assumption University Chapel.

His name was drawn from all respondents who correctly identified Robert Fazecash as a trumpeter (photo D), Marion Hayden as a bassist (photo A), Jeffrey Price as a saxophonist (photo C) and Kenneth Rice as a drummer (photo B).