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Lee Thomas Paavola, American university administrator. Named Educator of Yr, Oregon Community Education Association, 1978; recipient Outstanding Young Man of Year, Juneau Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1983; fellowship, Mott Foundation, 1970-1971.

Background

Paavola, Lee Thomas was born on July 26, 1948 in Flint, Michigan, United States. Son of Carroll Oswald and Martha Elizabeth (Klingbeil) Paavola.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education. Master of Arts, Central Michigan University.

Career

Community school coordinator Salem Public Schools, Oregon, 1971—1972, Portland Public School, 1972—1974. Area coordinator, 1974—1978. Manufacturing supervisor A.C. Spark Plug, Flint, Michigan, 1978—1980.

Director continuing education University Alaska, Juneau, since 1980. Chairman Juneau Interagy. Training Council, since 1983.

Co-facilitator Alaska Community Education Advisory Council, Juneau, since 1983. Board directors Alaska Center Community Education, since 1983. Facilitator process facilitation manual community educators, 1976.

Membership

Member Juneau-Douglas School District Advisory Committee, 1983, Federal Employee Year Committee, Juneau, 1982—1983. Group facilitator Lemon Creek Prison, since 1984. Member of Alaska Association Community Education (executive secretary since 1982, award 1983, life member award 1984), National Council Community Services, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Christine Marie Trombley, August 16, 1968. Children: Dana, Sarah, Andrew, David.

father:
Carroll Oswald Paavola

mother:
Martha Elizabeth (Klingbeil) Paavola

spouse:
Christine Marie Trombley

children:
Dana Paavola

Sarah Paavola

Andrew Paavola

David Paavola