Ohio University

Stanley-Linscott retires after 27 years at OHIO, CPS colleagues reflect

Inez Stanley-Linscott, who has worked at Ohio University since 1992, has announced her retirement, effective June 28, 2019. Inez has been an administrative specialist at Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) for almost 10 years. Prior to working at CPS, she worked at the College of Osteopathic Medicine Heritage Community Clinic for 10 1/2 years and the Registrar’s Office for seven years.

As an administrative specialist, Stanley-Linscott has been a friendly face greeting and checking students in for their appointments at CPS and answering phone calls from the OHIO community. To her colleagues, Stanley-Linscott has been a constant source of support, laughter and care. Mandy Uribe, who has worked directly with Stanley-Linscott for several years as a health services associate, says she “feels fortunate to have had Inez as a co-worker. She has been such a support to me in my career and personal life. She always took the time to check in or brighten the day with her stories and infectious laugh. I admire her dedication to CPS, staff and students. She has a liveliness and enthusiasm that will be terribly missed.”

Dr. Paul Castelino, director of CPS, reflected, “Inez has been a steady and calming presence for all these years at CPS! We are going to miss her dearly.” Dr. Becky Conrad Davenport, associate director of CPS, highlighted her “amazing energy, caring spirit and great sense of humor – all wrapped up with just the right amount of professionalism.”

In retirement, Stanley-Linscott is looking forward to spending more time with her family, including her seven grandchildren, which will take her throughout Ohio and beyond. CPS staff are grateful to Stanley-Linscott for the many years she spent at the center, where she contributed to the warm environment for both students and staff.