Pamela B. "Pam" Stinson of
White Plains has been named
executive secretary to the president of
University, filling a vacancy left by
the retirement of Mrs. Linda Love of
President William A. Meehan said,
"Over the years at JSU, I've been impressed by Mrs. Stinson's work. I believe
she will be a great asset in helping manage our busy office. We're pleased to
have Mrs. Stinson join us."
According to Mrs. Stinson, "I came
to JSU in 1986 as Dr. Meehan's secretary when he was assistant vice president
for academic affairs and had the privilege of working with him for the next 13
years. I am thrilled to be able to work with Dr. Meehan again and look forward
to new and exciting challenges in the President's Office."
Mrs. Stinson, who has worked for JSU
for the past 20 years, began in her new position on August 14.
Before joining JSU, Mrs. Stinson
worked as a legal secretary for attorneys in
Anniston from 1980 - 1986. She was
employed by Merrill, Porch, Doster & Dillon, for J. Todd Caldwell, and for
Bolt, Isom, Jackson, & Bailey.
She graduated third in her class at
School in Alpine in May 1979. Mrs. Stinson completed
a two-year business and office education program at
Vocational School and completed the
executive secretarial program at New World College of Business in
Anniston in 1981.
Mrs. Stinson's family has attended
Cornerstone Worship Center (CWC) for the past 16 years. Her husband of 23
years, Sam, is a member of the CWC praise team and owner/operator of Stinson
Howard Fine Jewelry. The Stinsons have two daughters, Leslie, age 20, who is
employed by the JSU
Center and is a part-time JSU
student; and Kristen, age 18, who will begin attending JSU as a full-time
student this fall. She is currently a student worker in the office of the vice
president for institutional advancement.