Retirement farewell for Vickie Enger, University Printing Services
- Tuesday, June 30, 2015 from 8:00am to 5:00pm
- Culbertson Hall, Room 12 - view map
Faculty and staff are invited to stop by University Printing Services in 12 Culbertson Hall on Tuesday, June 30 to wish Vickie Enger, manager director, a happy retirement. Cake will be served from 1 - 5 p.m.
It will be Enger’s last day after working more than 20 years at MSU. Enger started at MSU part time in 1992 working for (then) Communications Services as a graphic design and photography aide. Enger photographed Montana Hall for the cover of “In The People’s Interest,” the definitive history of Montana State University that was published as part of the university’s centennial in 1993.
While working for University Printing Services, she made photo mechanical transfers, PMTs, for the university’s print publications using a huge, old, turn-of-the-1900s camera from the College of Engineering. Due to its size and weight, the camera was installed by crane into Culbertson Hall and ran on mini-railroad-like tracks.
In 1996, Enger started working at University Printing Services as a duplicating press operator. She became a customer service representative and the course packet coordinator from 1997 to May 2010. In May 2010, she took over Cards N’ Copies and reopened it as CopyCats, the SUB satellite operation to University Printing.
On March 5, 2012, Enger became managing director of University Printing and continued to manage CopyCats. She will be succeeded by Sandy Bunch as managing director on July 1.
- University Communications