A dog can make anyone’s day better. That has been true at SUNY New Paltz for many years thanks to Augie, the goose-herding doggie. For 15 years Augie was a hard worker and a beloved friend and colleague for generic cialis in india hundreds of people across campus.
By the late 2010s, Augie’s days running with the geese were largely behind him, but he stayed on in an emeritus role and was a frequent presence at campus events. In his spare time, Augie donated his services to the greater New Paltz community by participating in the “Read to a Dog” program at Elting Library. He continued living with his supervisor, retired Director of Environmental Health & Safety Mike Malloy, and the College secured his veterinary care at no cost through a family connection.
Augie and Malloy made their retirement official at a fall 2021 ceremony attended by dozens of colleagues, which provided one last celebration of his singular career. But before that day and throughout his career, Augie cheapest line viagra became a beloved friend and colleague for hundreds of people across campus. He regularly went above and beyond his official duties, helping new students at Move-In Day and even contributing to the educational mission as the subject of two children’s books.
Augie’s presence on campus showed everyone what a good attitude can do for the people who surround you. Augie will be missed by everyone on and around New Paltz.