After 33 years at CSC, Keim heads east

Deb Keim, office assistant in academic affairs, smiles at her send-off party Wednesday in the Sandoz Center. Keim worked for Chadron State College for 33 years. — Photo by T.J. Thomson

Deb Keim, office assistant in academic affairs, smiles at her send-off party Wednesday in the Sandoz Center. Keim worked for Chadron State College for 33 years. — Photo by T.J. Thomson

Deb Keim, office assistant in academic Affairs, is leaving the CSC campus after 33 years.

Keim is an alumnus of Chadron State. After getting her one-year degree, she applied for a job and has been here ever since.

“I liked the educational settings and getting to talk with students and faculty,” Keim said.

Keim also commented on the hardest part of her job. “The most challenging thing was when we were changing to computers,” Keim said. Keim saw the change from typewriters to computers and commented on how difficult it was to get used to the new technology.

“Some people don’t like change,” she said.

Keim is going to work in the University of Nebraska, Lincoln Medical Center, Student Life and Multicultural area.

Keim has two children who live in Omaha, so she decided to move closer to her family. One of her daughters has children, which Keim said was a reason she wanted to go to Lincoln.

“They like Grandma and Grandpa when they’re little,” she said, “but not when they’re teenagers.”

Kathy Stokey, who has worked with Keim for 26 years said, “Deb knows everything. We hate to see her go.”

 

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