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cal IAAP chapter observes annual Bosses'Day County Sheriff David Warren, right ...Mary A. Davis, administrative aide [Sheriff David Warren :]appy Bosses' Day to a well-deserving man, who is commit- serving the people and dedicated to his job. eriffWarren continually affirms strongly to his employees !loyal to the mission of the department. is an excellent supervisor. He's understanding and tough, be's fair. "If you can't work for David Warren, you can't for anybody." Submitted by Mary A. Davis, Administrative Assistant to Sheriff's Department and president President, Tuskegee Chapter IAAP Solomon Jones ray boss, friend and neighbor, Solomon L. Jones, chair- Tuskegee City Planning Commission. be bosses are friends and some are neighbors .... some hbors are frle-nds-- when you have both, count it a win. In Solomon L. Jones, I have a boss, a friend, a neighbor and much more. Summers are special when his garden grow...tomatoes, Silver Queen corn, "cukes," okra, beans, etc., all from the seeds he sows. "Just help yourself," he quickly says--will- ing to share, willing to give; willing to pick, and willing to deliver! When he catches fish--my favorite bass you Jones see--there's au~ng~t my door and fish for me. ~ famous pickled okr~l~'arl'avCard-winlaev too! He grows ie seasons it--he shar~~eat at ~ always ask for ~never minds, it seems, when the empty jars are returned- ~imply replenishes them with a smile and delivers refills. lot's why some friends are bosses and some bosses are ~ds and some bosses are neighbors too! All who are had by his life win. ~PY BOSSES DAY! Submitted by: Baylies S. Davis "Madam Secretary" Jesse G. Martin fibute to '~se G. Martin, manager abama State Employment Service '~aaa]Marion, Alabama ~se G. Martin is a compassionate and genuine executive. L~acourages those under his supervision to follow proce- :and do not take shortcuts. He also has true concern and athy for job seekers. pi BY Effie R. Dowdell, BS IAAP Tuskegee Chapter, ce President and Employment Security Representative Alabama State Employment f!!lieMcDanieli Service Selma/Marion, Alabama .~e L. McDaniel, Chief of ~egee University rrtment of Public Safety Security came to the ~ersity in May of 1999, l Texas A&M University- ~erce Police ~ement). Chief McDaniel s a multitude of edu- , police and reorgani- skills. He has also a welcomed change of ~phere and attitude to tepartment. ~ef McDaniel has made *al positive changes since as been Chief at TU and !he has a great deal more ~0re for the TU communi- don't be surprised when See and hear from a new improved Tuskegee ~e rslty Department of ic Safety and Security. lt's- to have you here, Chief aaiel. D ~ia Submitted by: ne Hodge~ Assistant to the Director. On Monday, October 16, 2000, the local chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) observed its annual Bosses' Day. The local chapter, under the presidency of Mary A. Davis, an administrative aide in the Macon County Sheriff's Department, encour- aged members of the local IAAP to submit arti- cles and pictures about their bosses detailing why they should be honored. On this page are those submissions. The Tuskegee News joins with the IAAP in congrat- ulation the bosses recognized here and others who aren't on this page, including Paul R. Davis, publisher and president of The Tuskegee News. Rev. Dr. Mark D. Michael It is a pleasure to recognize and honor my minister/admin- strator, Rev. Dr. Mark D. Michael, pastor of Washington Chapel A.M.E. Church. Ministerially, he is naturally caring, concerned, committed and dedicated to his calling professionally. Administratively, he is tech-savvy and a user of the system in his daily work. This allows latitude for office personnel to expand skills, per- formance and inde- pendence. He is commended this year (2000) for the attainment of a doctorate degree. His community under- taking as one of the mayoral candidates and serving as host of the 86th East Alabama Conference of the 9th Episcopal District held in September. Rev. Dr. Mark D. Michael I salute and con- gratulate Rev. Michael on Bosses Day, Monday, Oct. 16. ',Su~bitted by June D. Taylor, '~ .... ~ Metrited Internatmnal Adm~mstratwe Professmnal TU President Dr. Benjamin Payton, right .. With TU football coach Rick Comegy Dr. Benjamin E Payton ] Fittingly for a man who has lead Tuskegee University for [ almost 20 years, Dr. Benjamin E Payton works diligently mak- I ing a difference in the lives of faculty, staff and students. Dr. ] Payton s vision for the University which includes, &flee profes- I sionals, goes beyond the 21st century and the results of that vision are seen in the University's progress. As administrative professionals, Dr. Payton encourages us to "take personal responsibility for our career and seize the many opportunities we will encounter in the Information Age. Primarily, Dr. Payton's major goal is to "Capture the Quest for Excellence," in teaching, research and service. Submitted by: Verna S. Little Secretary to the President Tuskegee University Dr. Walter A. Hill Walter A. Hill, Dean College of Agricultural, Evnvironmental and Natural Scienes (CAENS), Tuskegee University During the 13 years that Dr. Hill has been my supervisor, I have found him to be a loyal, dedicated and honest administra- tor. Dr. Hill admonishes those under his leadership to reach their fullest potential, both professionally and personally. He instills in his employees that work should reach the highest level of excellence., in that it represents not only us, but Tuskegee University. Dr. Hill Submitted by: Patrieia T Young, BA, IAAP Tuskgee Chapter Treasurer and Administrative Assistant CAENS, :,:L, :.,, ;,,~,.,,.~ , : ........... University Commission Chairman Jesse Upshaw Jesse L. Upshaw, chair- man, Macon County CommissionAs an adminis- trator chairman, Upshaw is dedicated to professional service and meeting the needs of the He exempli- ies a strong, detailed, lead- ership style and seeks the Upshaw same from oth- ers. He admonishes other to reach their fill potential both professionally and per- sonally which he says reflects on he individual and on Macon County as a whole. Submitted by: Gertrude S. Benjamin, CPS Personnel director and treasurer. .Oldsmobile 2000 or 2001 Models ..... : Bravada's .Alero's "SilhouetteI + O-Down Payments 0-Interest For 12 Months 0-Payments For 13 All 2000 S-10 Pick-ups S2,000 REBATE or 0.0% A.P.RFo, All 2000 S-10 Blazers 4-DR 83,000 REBATE or 0.0% A.P.R ,,'or 60 U, Elizabeth Graham Dr. Elizabeth S. Graham Associate Dean and Title III Coordinator Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing & Allied Health I gladly pay tribute to my admin- istrator, Dr. Elizabeth S. Graham. Her work continually displays excellence and professionalism; therefore she seeks the same from those that she supervises. Her calm Dr. Graham but strong leadership style is great- ly respected. Submitted by: Margarete H. Caddell, Med/ CPS, International Trustee, IAAP, and Assistant Title III Coordinator, Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing & Allied Health - Pi Too ell Will Kiss The .... If We an'tBen{ ~our Bes{ I)e~d On 1,',~+ole{,~.~r oids,~6bile All purchales out of l)aler stock on like equipped vehickrs. Photo's (or i}|mlrr~t/on~ only. l~oto's may not b< accuad vehi|~