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First Commemorative Bricks Laid in Remembrance Garden


Tyler M. Caldwell, left, and Lucas E. Bridgens install bricks alongside a memorial bench Remembrance Garden enhanced with permanent reminders of absent friends, co-workers Helping pay tribute to deceased college employees and students are Lori C. Luke, left, and Loverna L. ParronThe first commemorative bricks in the Remembrance Garden, a place of respite outside Penn College’s School of Construction and Design Technologies, were installed this week to honor employees and students who died while working at or attending the institution. Lucas E. Bridgens, Tyler M. Caldwell and Lori C. Luke, all part-time summer workers in the school, joined Loverna L. Parron, toolroom attendant for HVAC/plumbing, in prepping the site and installing the bricks. ( Photos by Lisa J. Caputo, secretary to the assistant dean of construction and design technologies)

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