Susan Derry to Retire After 40 Years at SUNY Brockport

Susan Derry, Administrative Aide in the Office of Special Sessions and Programs, is retiring after 40 years at the college. Her last day at the college is Wednesday, June 23, 2021.

Sue began her career in the Continuing Education Office, which changed to Adult and Continuing Education, Division of Academic Outreach and Access, and finally, Special Sessions & Programs.  Sue has devoted her entire working life in support of the learning and service enterprise of the College. Sue is well respected and much appreciated across campus for going beyond the ‘call of duty’ to serve students, faculty and staff alike. Her unfailing professionalism, her attention to detail and her sense of humor have made her a core asset not only in Special Sessions, but to the College at large, and she will be sorely missed. She is the quintessential loyal and lifetime SUNY Brockport family member. 

Sue has received the Outstanding Service to the College Award, Adele Catlin Memorial Award, and the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service.

Sue’s last day at Brockport is Wednesday, June 23, and she is planning on spending more time relaxing with her family and friends. 

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