Clark deVries is retiring after 23 years of service at UNL. His last day is Aug. 31.
A retirement reception will be held from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at deVries’ house, 1844 Washington St. Cake and refreshments will be provided.
Based in facilities management and planning, deVries is the campus energy and sustainability program educator. His primary responsibilities include helping conceptualize, plan and develop a broad-ranging and people-oriented energy and sustainability outreach program for UNL and to introduce energy conservation outreach initiatives to stakeholders.
DeVries has worked at UNL since 1992. His tenure includes 12 years as the university’s director of utility services.
“My career with UNL has given me professional satisfaction and has enhanced my leadership and engineering skills,” deVries said. “I will miss the great people that I’ve worked with on a daily basis.”
In retirement, deVries plans to do custom projects at his home and maintain his commercial and residential rentals.