By Tony Herman, Hastings Tribune
Bill Hitesman leaves Central Community College-Hastings as a transplant who developed deep roots in the community. The CCC-Hastings commencement ceremony this year was Hitesman’s last. He announced in January he will retire June 3. Hitesman, 68, has served as CCC-Hastings campus president since 2002. He also serves as vice president over the skilled and technical sciences and business and entrepreneurship/incubator divisions. He will be succeeded by Jerry Wallace, who is currently dean of workforce, technical and community education at New River Community and Technical College in Beckley, West Virginia. Continue reading here.
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Photo: Wind turbine built south of the Central Community College (CCC) campus in partnership with Bluestem Energy Solutions, Hastings Utilities and CCC. Credit: Amy Roh, Hastings Tribune via Associated Press