May 23, 2013 | Vol. 117 -- No. 5

Cloke ends long EWU career Friday

Director of EWU’s surplus sales retires after spending 28-years with the university

The smiling face with the gray handlebar moustache who greets some by name and friendly kidding to others who visit the Eastern Washington University surplus sales locks the doors one final time Friday, may. 24.

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Paul Delaney
Floyd Cloke leaves the helm of Eastern Washington University’s surplus sales after a 28-year career.

Floyd Cloke, the man who has coordinated the sales at the old Cheney Safeway for the past 17 years ends his 28-year EWU career. Cloke started out at the university working in dining services, then custodial, shipping and receiving.

Changes in life’s direction kept Cloke at Eastern following his graduation in 1979 and when that detour ends he gets more time to devote to volunteer w...

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