Boston Broadside
May/June 2003
Vol. 60,  No. 5
 Newsletter of the Boston Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication


Copyright © STC Boston 2003

Society Honors

Chapter Welcomes New Senior Members

By Anna Pratt

Senior membership status is not reserved for members over the age of 50 or 55 or 60 or even 65! Actually, most of our Senior Members are still in their primeregardless of age. So, what exactly does Senior Member status mean and who are the Boston Chapter STC members who recently achieved this status?

What Senior Membership Means

A member of the STC who maintains his or her membership in the organization for five consecutive years is awarded the designation of Senior Member. The continued support and involvement of our members keeps the Society and Chapter vibrant, meaningful, and current.

Who Are the New Senior Members

A member's status is clearly indicated in the online membership directory, both at the Society and Chapter levels. Check it out!

The following Boston Chapter members recently achieved Senior Member status:

  • Robin C. Anderson
  • Peter F. Ash
  • Craig E. Austin
  • Mark H. Avenmarg
  • John Borelli
  • Nina Y. Bouffard
  • Trish Braidt
  • Kathleen A. Burns
  • Paul V. Censullo
  • Debra L. Cote
  • Norma D. Culviner
  • Geoff M. D'Auria
  • Cynthia L. Derr
  • Thomas H. Goodwin
  • Phyllis J. Gordon
  • Gary P. Gray
  • Jon RC Harvey
  • Cynthia S. Joyner
  • Elise Kaplan
  • Eva M. Kochanski
  • Nancy C. Lavallee
  • Craig R. Lordan
  • Richard K. McGowan
  • Kelly A. Parr
  • Rhonda I. Post
  • Rosalyn E. Reiser
  • Diane L. Romano
  • Sandra L. Sabetty
  • Helen A. Shaw
  • Brian W. Simmons
  • Joan M. Stantial
  • Jonathan A. Young

The Boston Chapter Council, Officers, and Membership Committee extend their congratulations to these members. We appreciate your ongoing involvement!

Anna Pratt currently serves as Membership Coordinator for the Boston Chapter of the STC.

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