Retiring Floyd Made his Mark on Georgia, Campus Dining

Retiring Floyd Made his Mark on Georgia, Campus Dining

J. Michael Floyd set to retire from UGA after 40-year career in college foodservice that started at Valdosta State in 1973

Mike Floyd went to Valdosta State in 1973 planning to become a history teacher, but a job as a line runner in the cafeteria his freshman year led to a long and distinguished career in college foodservice. After more than 40 years, Floyd is set to leave the only field he’s ever known on Aug. 31 when he retires from his job as associate vice president for auxiliary services at the University of Georgia.

“I’m ready to take a step back,” says Floyd, who was hired as Georgia’s direct

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