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Changes at GACEC

Governor's Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens | News | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 7, 2020



(LtoR) Sybil Baker, Director Wendy Strauss, Governor John Carney, Rep. Kimberly Williams, Kathie Cherry

 

Farewell To Sybil Baker

Lacie Jo Spence

After nine years, Sybil Baker resigned as our administrative coordinator at GACEC and moved with her husband, who accepted a position as a surgical tech in Texas. We will miss Sybil dearly and appreciated her hard work and dedication to the Council and individuals with disabilities throughout the state. GACEC wishes her and her husband well on their new adventure.

We now welcome Lacie Jo Spence, who is stepping into the administrative coordinator position. Lacie has an associates degree from Delaware Technical Community College in Dental Hygiene and conducted her table clinic on treating patients with Autism.

She worked in private practice for fifteen years and served people from diverse backgrounds, including individuals with disabilities. During that period, she expanded her knowledge of the challenges people with disabilities face in dental and healthcare treatment. She has been a volunteer with GACEC since 1998.

 

 

 

 

GACEC Building Gets Internal Facelift

The GACEC offices located at 516 W. Loockerman Street in the old Dover train station, had some recent renovations.  A fresh coat of paint throughout the the building, new flooring on the first floor and carpeting in the upstairs meeting room. 

For additional information on this agency visit our website.   PDF Version of this document.

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Changes at GACEC

Governor's Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens | News | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 7, 2020



(LtoR) Sybil Baker, Director Wendy Strauss, Governor John Carney, Rep. Kimberly Williams, Kathie Cherry

 

Farewell To Sybil Baker

Lacie Jo Spence

After nine years, Sybil Baker resigned as our administrative coordinator at GACEC and moved with her husband, who accepted a position as a surgical tech in Texas. We will miss Sybil dearly and appreciated her hard work and dedication to the Council and individuals with disabilities throughout the state. GACEC wishes her and her husband well on their new adventure.

We now welcome Lacie Jo Spence, who is stepping into the administrative coordinator position. Lacie has an associates degree from Delaware Technical Community College in Dental Hygiene and conducted her table clinic on treating patients with Autism.

She worked in private practice for fifteen years and served people from diverse backgrounds, including individuals with disabilities. During that period, she expanded her knowledge of the challenges people with disabilities face in dental and healthcare treatment. She has been a volunteer with GACEC since 1998.

 

 

 

 

GACEC Building Gets Internal Facelift

The GACEC offices located at 516 W. Loockerman Street in the old Dover train station, had some recent renovations.  A fresh coat of paint throughout the the building, new flooring on the first floor and carpeting in the upstairs meeting room. 

For additional information on this agency visit our website.   PDF Version of this document.

image_printPrint

Related Topics:  , , ,


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