LCC president informs college community about his resignation

Dr. Trevor Albertson.

Dr. Trevor Albertson, the superintendent/president of Lassen Community College, sent a letter addressed to his “colleagues” regarding his decision to resign. Here is the text of that letter.

As many of you now know, I have decided to move forward and will be stepping down as your superintendent/president in the middle of next month. I have to say, I am going to miss this place — and more importantly, all of you.  You gave me both a reason to come to work in the morning and the motivation for undertaking the duties of this position.

I took an oath when I was appointed to this position, and I have made it my mission to live up to that oath to the best of my ability each and every day. I did so because I saw all of you, our students and those living and working in our region doing that same thing in their daily work and familial tasks. Because of that, I could not accept from myself anything less than a genuine commitment to serve them all as best as I was able.

We have been through a great deal as a team. But through it all, you never failed to impress me with your commitment to the mission, character and old-fashioned hard work. You all are the reason this college has been successful and will continue to be in the years ahead.

To be certain, each of you and this college will forever be a part of me … and I hope me a small part of it.  I will cherish the memory of my time here and what each of you and your efforts have meant–and will continue to mean — to me.  Thank you.

Alright, that is all for now.  If anything comes up, just drop me a line.  I will always be there if you need me.

Trevor Albertson, PhD
Lassen Community College