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Angie Hageman to retire from K-State

Thursday, December 3, 2020

After 38 years at K-State, Angie Hageman has retired as storekeeper for the Department of Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health.

Hageman started at K-State in 1982 as an employee at Kramer Dining Center. She spent two years there before moving into the storekeeper role. As storekeeper, she was responsible for all supplies and equipment related to the Science of Food labs and maintained the inventory and disposition of department equipment.

Hageman is most known for being the smiling face greeting those who were part of the coffee program. Hageman says she will miss the people the most with retirement. “I am going to miss everyone I have gotten to know. I have enjoyed interacting with many people from different departments around the college.

Due to COID-19, a retirement reception cannot be held. Those wanting to send well wishes can contact Angie through e-mail, angieh@k-state.edu.

This article was posted on Thursday, December 3, 2020, and is filed under College News, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health.