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Campus Remembrance Scheduled for HVAC Faculty Member


Bruce A. Emig talks one-on-one with a student in this 2010 photo.
Bruce A. Emig talks one-on-one with a student in this 2010 photo.

Arrangements have been announced for Bruce A. Emig, an assistant professor of HVAC technology, who died Wednesday, May 29. An alumnus of Williamsport Area Community College and Penn College, he was a faculty member since 1989. Friends and family will be received at Sanders’, 821 Diamond St., Williamsport,  from 6-8 p.m. Thursday.  A private interment ceremony will be held at the Stulz Cemetery, Cogan Station. A public memorial service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, June 7, in the Thompson Professional Development Center on the college’s main campus. Memorial contributions can be made to the Bruce A. Emig Memorial Scholarship, in care of The Penn College Foundation.

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