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WITCC names new Cherokee instructors

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Terry Hane
Terry Hane and Dr. Frank O'Neill have joined Western Iowa Tech Community College (WITCC) as instructors at the Cherokee campus.

Hane, a resident of Climbing Hill, has been appointed auto instructor. He is responsible for teaching college credit programs in small engines, introduction to automotive technology, and automotive electricity and electronics to high school students.

He holds an associate degree in automotive technology from WITCC and is certified as a master technician in automotive service excellence. Prior to joining WITCC, he was lead technician for an auto skills center at a naval station in Jacksonville, Fla. He has 13 years of experience as an automotive technician.

Dr. Frank O'Neill
Dr. Frank O'Neill, a resident of Cherokee, has been appointed biology

instructor. He is responsible for teaching anatomy and physiology, microbiology, introductory biology, and basic biological concepts.

Prior to joining WITCC, Dr. O'Neill was the owner and clinic director of several chiropractic clinics in the Omaha area. He was also the team chiropractor for several college sports programs. He is a designated civil surgeon.

O'Neill is a 1996 graduate of East High School. He attended Northwestern Health Sciences University, Bloomington, Minn., where he received his bachelor's degree in human biology in 2001, and his doctor of chiropractic degree in 2002.

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