Secretary to leave BSU after 44 years

The Daily News



Judy Ingle, secretary to the director of business services for the athletic department, is retiring from Ball State after working in multiple departments for the university.


Most recently in her position as secretary she deals with the athletic department’s budget.


Ingle has 44 years of experience with different departments. She was the secretary to the University Chief of Police for 18 years and then the department secretary for elementary education for four years before moving to the the athletic department. 


“I enjoyed working for students and for the university,” she said. “With 44 years of experience, I saw different things and saw many changes on our physical look of our campus.”


One change she experienced was when everything became computerized on campus. Ingle said she went back to class. 


“I went back to BSU to study business and computer services to learn how to use computers,” she said. 


When she’s not working, Ingle said she enjoys taking fitness classes. 


“I don’t like to be a couch potato; I want to work out and do it every day and will continue the adult fitness class more in the future too,” she said. 


Ingle said she is proud of what she accomplished working in different jobs around campus.


“I am very happy that I am retiring but I will always miss people that I work with,” she said.

 

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