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Editor , journalism educator

Stacey Marlene Henson, American editor, journalism educator. Recipeint community service award Michigan League of Home Dailies, Lansing, 1995, runner up in news layout and design, general excellence, editorial page, 1995; 2d place special section award Michigan Press Association, Lansing, 1995.


Henson, Stacey Marlene was born on November 27, 1968 in Albion, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Allen M. and Kathleen (McClelland) Henson.


Bachelor in Liberal Arts, Albion College, 1990.


Regional correspondent, Battle Creek (Michigan) Enquirer, 1988; staff writer, Wabash (Indiana) Plain Dealer, 1990-1991; staff writer, Homer (Michigan) Index, 1992-1993; media director, Albion (Michigan) Youth Media Bureau, 1994-1996; journalism instructor, Albion Public Schools, since 1996; managing editor, Albion Recorder, since 1993. Judge Minnesota Press Association contest, 1996, Publications Marketing Association, California, 1997.


The use of force may be supported in extreme situations and when the need to do so is beyond reasonable doubt.


Christians should read the Bible as part of a faith community, and try to put themselves into the story of God's dealings with humanity.


Member Albion-Homer United Way, vice president 1995-1997, Albion Alliance 2000, 1995-1997, Albion Business/Education Partnership, 1995-1997. Mentor Help One Student to Succeed, Albion, 1996-1997.


1 child, Riley Aaron Henson.

Allen M. Henson

Kathleen (McClelland) Henson

Riley Aaron Henson