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Employees celebrating milestone anniversaries share highlights of working at UT Southwestern

Daniel K. Podolsky, M.D., President of UT Southwestern Medical Center, hosted a June 7 luncheon to honor employees with 45, 40, 35, and 30 years of service and to welcome new members of the Quarter Century Club.

On June 7, UT Southwestern welcomed 52 employees into the Quarter Century Club, meaning they have reached a career milestone of 25 years of service. At the annual event, 48 other colleagues who have achieved 30, 35, 40, or 45 years of service were also honored.

Constance Crow, a Licensed Vocational Nurse, is one of the new inductees into the Quarter Century Club who believes in “spreading a little bit of old-fashioned courtesy, compassion, and love” on all of those she’s worked with. She along with 35-year honoree Victoria Esser, Ph.D., a Senior Research Scientist who succeeded in cloning a membrane protein called carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1A, are just two of the employees interviewed to share their favorite memories of working at UTSW. See profiles about all this year's honorees celebrating milestone anniversaries.

Read: In celebration of service: UT Southwestern's longtime employees mark milestone anniversaries

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