Norm Koester has worked at Washburn University as an Electronics Technician for the past 25 years and will retire this month! Norm’s last day at Washburn will be May 15th, 2013. We will have a retirement reception for Norm and hope that you will be able to stop by and wish him well as he transitions into retirement!
Friday, May 10th
(Refreshments will be served)
Norm began work at Washburn in the Media Center and continues to work in the Instructional Services area of Information Technology Services until his retirement. He has performed repair and maintenance on many electronics from mediated classroom projectors to adding wiring for installation of new emergency security buttons for the business office and president’s office. Norm has been a dedicated employee for Washburn University demonstrated through his quick response for classroom projection systems for instructor use to his broad knowledge of security cameras, cable television system, and audio and video equipment. Norm is also known in ITS for his cooking expertise, sharing everything from his famous chocolates at holiday time to his variety of breads and baked goods and vegetables from his garden.
We will miss Norm’s quick wit and wonderful humor, but wish him the best in his retirement! Happy Retirement NORM!