Marilyn Mason retires after 35 years at King's
For more than three decades, Marilyn Mason, Vice-President, Enrolment Services and Strategic Partnerships, met hundreds of students as they applied to King's and celebrated with them only a few short years later as they crossed the stage at their Convocation. After 35 years of dedicated service, Marilyn officially retired from King's on January 2, 2022.
When she first came to King's in 1987, Marilyn thought she'd stay for a few years. “I quickly realized how fortunate I was to work at a place that aligns with my values and my faith,” she says. “To me, King’s is family.”
“Marilyn has been instrumental in the growth of King's,” says Dave Malloy, President. “We have been so fortunate to have had the leadership, loyalty and dedication from Marilyn throughout her career, and her legacy will position King's well to navigate and grow into the next phase of its journey.
A retirement celebration for Marilyn was postponed due to the pandemic, but members of the King's community were invited to share messages of congratulations which were presented to Marilyn in a video. A celebration will be scheduled for a future date.