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Past Full-Time English Faculty

The term "Past Full-Time English Faculty" is here used comprehensively to identify any instructor who accepted a salaried position on staff in the English Department between 1961 and present and who is no longer serving the Department in that capacity. The vast majority of these were tenured faculty who retired after many years of devoted service. Others, however, did not retire but ended their employment by other means and motives:
  • Instructors who transferred to another campus department or program before their retirement: During its first several years of operation, Grossmont Junior College contracted faculty with multiple teaching skill sets so that they could instruct in two (or more) related disciplines. When, in 1968, the English Department started to expand its faculty and course offerings, this practice was largely discontinued. However, in 2006, the ESL Program broke away from the English Department to become a stand-alone department of its own. As a consequence, ESL instructors hired prior to 2007 have also been included on this page to credit their service to the English Department.
  • Instructors who transitioned into administrative positions: While salaried administrators now are commonly expected to possess  advanced degrees in educational administration, in some cases faculty intentionally ended their Department tenure but remained in the District to serve, instead, at the rank of division dean or higher. These are also included below.
  • Instructors who quit, were fired, or reneged on their offer of hire: Some instructors chose to leave their tenured positions or never completed their tenure track in the first place, either because they elected to pursue other careers or becasue they accepted positions elsewhere; however, in the rarest of cases, some instructors were forced to resign. Regardless of their circumstances, all have contributed in their own way to the growth and legacy of the Grossmont College English Department, so they have been included below. 

Note: Biographies for each of these instructors will become available again as part of a general updating to the Archive in January 2019.     

Dot AlexanderDorothy Alexander
Ruth Anderson
Ruth Anderson
Chair
 Carol Duffy Baker

Carol Duffy Baker

Judy Barkley

Judith Barkley

John Barnier

John Barnier

Jack Barranger

Jack Barranger

James Bell

James K. Bell 

 Carol Duffy BakerPatricia Bennet
ESL
 Judith BarkleyVirginia Berger
ESL
Peter Bradley

Peter Bradley

Stanford T Carlson

Stanford T. Carlson

Bob Danielson
Bob Danielson
Chair
 Fidelia Dickinson

Fidelia Dickinson

Tony Ding 

Tony Ding

Mary Donnelly
Mary Donnelly
Chair
   
Mike Evans 

Mike Evans

Barbara Faber 

Barbara Faber

Leone Finalle

Leone Finalle

Tony Ding
Martin Gerrish
Theater
Vesta Gibbs

Vesta Gibbs

    
Ryane Harris (Granados) 

Ryane Harris

Cathy Harvey 

Cathy Harvey

Nancy Herzfeld Pipkin
Nancy Herzfeld-Pipkin
ESL
Marilyn Ivanovichi

Marilyn (Estep) Ivanovici

Sue Jensen

Sue Jensen

  
Elizabeth JuulElizabeth Juul Kamal KapurKamal Kapur
George KirazianGeorge Kirazian
Chair
Charline Lamons
Charline Lamons
Chair
Glenn LaneGlenn Lane
  
Dorothy LedbetterDorothy Ledbetter Harold LoumeauHarold Loumeau
Homer LuskHomer Lusk
Chair
Jack LynchJack Lynch Elaine McLevie

Elaine McLevie

  
Joe Medina

Joe Medina

Linda Mitchell

Linda Mitchell

Stephanie Mood

Stephanie Mood

Robert K. Moore
Robert Moore
Chair
Sylvia Musik

Sylvia Musik

 
Lloyd Norwood

Lloyd Norwood

Nelson Paler

Nelson Paler

Chester H. Palmer

Chester H. Palmer

Z. Dean Parks

Z. Dean Parks

Scott Pearce

Scott Pearce

 
Len Pellittieri

Len Pellettieri

George Peranteau

George Peranteau

Evan Phillips

Evan Phillips

Gary Phillips
Gary Phillips
Chair
Ray Reynolds
Ray Reynolds
Journalism
 
Glenda Richter
Glenda Richter

Chair

John Saetti
John Saetti
Humanities
Qais Sako

Qais Sako

Jane Spooner
Jane Spooner
Speech
 
Fred Stollenwerk
Fred Stollenwerk
Chair
Marie Sweadner
Marie Sweadner
C. Frank Vittor
C. Frank Vittor
Chair
George M. Washington
Geo. M. Washington
Spanish

 

 

Last Updated: 11/18/2018
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