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language educator , librarian

Pamela Kay White, American librarian, language educator. Sponsor, advisor Footlight-Puppet Club, Oakland City, since 1983; assistant leader Brownie Troop 458, since 1983; Member of Indiana Library. Association (member small libraries division since 1980, treasurer 1981-1982, president 1982-1983, member children and young people division since 1981).

Background

White, Pamela Kay was born on September 21, 1951 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Stephen Bruce and Barbara June (Petree) White.

Education

Bachelor, Indiana State University, 1973. Master of Library Science, Indiana State University, 1979.

Career

Cooperative student, claims representative Social Security Administration, Baltimore, 1971—1972, Indianapolis, 1972, Harrisburg, Illinois, 1974—1975, West Frankfort, 1975—1978. Library Oakland City-Columbia Township Public Library., Indiana, since 1979. Teacher German Wood Memorial High School, since 1983.

Religion

Creeds should be rejected as they may compromise a believer’s obligation to interpret the Bible under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Politics

A member of a Christian Church should support all social initiatives having a purpose to maintain and strengthen well-being and progress of the whole community and its members.

Views

All individuals should be sensitive to others by using appropriate language when referring to all persons.

Membership

Sponsor, advisor Footlight-Puppet Club, Oakland City, since 1983. Assistant leader Brownie Troop 458, since 1983. Member of Indiana Library.

Association (member small libraries division since 1980, treasurer 1981-1982, president 1982-1983, member children and young people division since 1981).

Connections

father:
Stephen Bruce White

mother:
Barbara June (Petree) White