Senecaut named director of custodial and general services

  Monday, June 15, 2015 2:00 AM

Pittsburg, KS

Senecaut named director of custodial and general services

Tim Senecaut mugshot

Tim Senecaut, who has more than 29 years of experience managing civilian and military staff, is Pittsburg State University’s new director of custodial and general services. Senecaut began his duties on June 8.

John Patterson, Pittsburg State’s vice president for administration and finance, said Senecaut brings a great blend of experience in both the private and public sectors to the position.

“We are fortunate to have found someone with Tim’s unique blend of knowledge and experience,” said Patterson. “He’s led large groups and owned a small business. He obviously understands what it takes to deliver outstanding customer support and service. We’re confident Tim is the right choice for this important position.”

Senecaut said he is excited to join the Pittsburg State family.

“I earned my undergraduate degree from Pittsburg State so, in a way, this is like coming home,” Senecaut said. “This university is known for giving its students and visitors an amazing campus experience. That’s a testament to the hard work of the women and men in this division and to the leadership of Wanda Endicott. I’m looking forward to helping us continue that tradition.”

Sencaut’s appointment comes after the retirement of former director Wanda Endicott. Endicott dedicated 26 years to Pittsburg State including seven years as director of custodial and general services.

Patterson explained the important role custodial and general services plays in the university’s future growth.

“Our physical plant staff do more than just provide campus support, they allow us to provide a first-rate campus experience,” Patterson said. “It’s this experience, combined with our outstanding academic and athletics, that makes Pittsburg State a destination of choice for students around the world.”

Senecaut retired as an Army colonel after almost 29 years of military service including 25 years in personnel administration, facilities and environmental management, construction and engineering services and financial management. His career included assignments at the Pentagon and in Iraq and Afghanistan.



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