The College of Eastern Utah has honored four retiring staff members who have contributed a total of 98 years of service to the school.
Al Trujillo, Joseph Salvatore, Lamar Fred-rickson and Fidel "Chico" Sanchez were honored during a recent banquet at the Carbon Country Club. Fredrickson and Sanchez will retire in September from the college's physical plant. Salvatore and Trujillo will take partial retirement this year but will return to the campus as professors emeriti, teaching part-time class loads.Trujillo is a native of Colorado who was educated in chemistry and engineering at Brigham Young University, Utah State University and the University of Utah. He joined the faculty in 1952.
Salvatore, a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., was hired at CEU in 1958 and was selected the "Favorite Teacher" by the graduating class of 1959. He has taught psychology, anthropology, sociology, social studies, statistics, consumer behavior, French, German and Italian during his thirty years at CEU.
Fredrickson joined CEU's staff in 1967. At various times he had been in charge of custodial, grounds, plumbing, heating, motor pool and maintenance construction.
Sanchez will also retire from CEU after 11 years in the custodial department. He plans to devote more time to his custodial business.