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Farewell to Lee Bostic

Contributed by Gerard Turbide on 06/12/13 

Lee Bostic, Senior Assistant Director of Admission has accepted a position as Director of Admission and Financial Aid at the Ranney School in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.  Congratulations Lee!  Your steady presence will be missed.

Lee joined the Office of Admission team in 2008, and has made significant contributions to the College’s enrollment efforts, working directly with students and families, coordinating An Inside Look, and developing strong partnerships with guidance counselors and community based organizations.   Members of the campus community are welcome to join us in bidding Lee farewell on Friday, June 21 at 2:00 p.m. in room 137 of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Sheryl Froehlich at or (607) 274-3124. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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Farewell to Lee Bostic Comment from shamula on 06/14/13
Sorry to see you go Lee.
Best wishes and take care.
Farewell to Lee Bostic Comment from kumunak1 on 06/18/13
am gonna miss him he made inside look so much fun :(
Farewell to Lee Bostic Comment from mmekos on 06/19/13
Congratulations Lee! You will be missed!
Farewell to Lee Bostic Comment from abarrett on 06/20/13
Congratulations! Bravo! Job well done! You certainly will be missed but I am so happy for you. What a great achievement!