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Museum curator

Patricia Jody Mallory, Museum curator. Named one of Best Unsigned Drummers, Promark, 1995. Active Beauregard Economics Development, De Ridder. Member Percussive Arts Society, Daus. of Confederacy, Humane Society, People Ethical Treatment Animals, National Geographic Society, World Wildlife Fund.

Background

Mallory, Patricia Jody was born on September 22, 1951 in De Ridder, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of William Buford and Gwendolyn (singletary) Mallory.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Louisiana State University, 1979.

Career

Manager Harpers Records, De Ridder, 1979-1983. Director public relations Goldband Records, Lake Charles, Louisiana, 1983-1989. Manager Bargain Time, Baton Rouge, 1989-1991, Hills Music, De Ridder, 1991-1996.

Sales and marketing executive Krok Radio, 1996-1997. Museum curator Beauregard Parish, since 1997. Leader blues band Blues Horizon.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Drummer Goldband Studios, 1971-1983, Lake Charles. Drummer recordings include Blessed Rain (Blue Rain), 1987, Drenched (Blue Rain), 1989, Saturday Nights and Sunday Mornings (OFB), 1987.

Membership

Active Beauregard Economic Development, De Ridder. Member main street promotions committee. Member board directors Downtown Merchants Association, Beauregard Association Retarded Citizens.

Member Percussive Arts Society, Daughters of Confederacy, Humane Society, People for Ethical Treatment Animals, National Geography Society, World Wildlife Fund, Beauregard Woman's Organization.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, traveling.

Connections

father:
William Buford Mallory

mother:
Gwendolyn (singletary) Mallory