Tabor College adds three people to administrative team

Tabor College has added three people to its administrative staff in recent weeks.

Dolly Regier, a 2000 Tabor College graduate, joined the school’s advancement staff as alumni secretary July 9.

Regier, a 2000 Tabor graduate, most recently worked as the secretary for Tabor’s business department and as a library assistant.

“Dolly’s recent experience working in the business department. along with what she learned in her numerous involvements as a Tabor student, will be valuable in helping us continue making meaningful connections with our alumni,” said Jack Braun, vice-president of advancement.

Debbie Allen, meanwhile, has joined the advancement staff as a grant writer.

“Debbie comes to this position from a variety of work experiences which included management, organizational development and writing,” Braun said. “Her aggressive enthusiasm, desire to learn and be successful in all her pursuits will be assets that will help us attain the grant writing goals”

Allen, a graduate of Brown Mackie College, has worked in various settings, including office manager, administrative assistant to the vice president of personnel at Bank IV, paraprofessional, church secretary and most recently as co-owner of Midwest Accommodations in Hesston.

Her husband, Rusty, is the new head coach for women’s basketball at Tabor.

Allen began her responsibilities Aug. 15.

Tabor’s office for enrollment management has appointed Don Cole to the position of admissions counselor.

Cole graduated from Tabor in 1975 and has most recently been an elementary teacher in Brownsville, Texas. He taught in the Maize school district for more than 20 years.

“We are pleased to welcome Don to the admissions team,” said Glenn L. Lygrisse, vice president for enrollment management. “His experiences as a student at Tabor, and his more recent experiences as a classroom instructor in Texas combine to bring us enthusiasm and knowledge that will serve prospective students and their parents well.”

Cole will begin his responsibilities Sept. 1.

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