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     John Dixon Has Left the Building . . .
Retired December 31, 2006!

                                                   

 

Former Web Coordinator/Writer Editor



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"The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes."

-- Winston Churchill --


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Employed at Penn State University as a Web Coordinator/Writer Editor in the Information Technology Services' [ITS] Marketing and Communications unit. Celebrated my 25th year at Penn State University, February 1, 2004.

The ITS Marketing and Communications Web Team provides a coherent focus on what the Information Technology Services organization provides to Penn State by creating greater visibility and understanding of our products, services and successes.

The ITS Marketing and Communications Web Team that will redesign the ITS home pages, etc., consists of Robin Anderson, director, Julie Eble, Tom Flach, Heather Herzog, Debbie Ingram, Mimi Ridenour, Tom Klimek, and myself.

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Along with good friend, Tom Herrington of Philipsburg, converted from manual statistics to computer statistics for Penn State football. Have been "official football statistician" for the Nittany Lions for the past 20 years, using the football statistics program "STATMAN".

Photo of dynamic statman crew on sidelines at Kent State -vs- Penn State game Sept. 20, 2003.

Penn State Football Stat Crew at South Flordia-Penn State
season opener Sept. 3, 2005

 

I was born and raised in the friendly confines of Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, a small town of nearly 4,000. Philipsburg was a great place to grow up with several baseball fields, Cold Stream Dam for swimming and now a YMCA! The part of Philipsburg where the ball fields are located is known as Slabtown where some of the "greats, near-greats and ingrates" of the town spent their childhood!

Some great "old" photos of Philipsburg are located at this site http://www.familyoldphotos.com/penn/coll/philipsburg.htm

 

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