Thomas Lee Wallis Edit Profile
AS, Northeast Mississippi Junior College, Booneville, 1963. Bachelor, William Carey College, 1965. Master of Education, University Mississippi, 1978.
Postgraduate, University Southern Mississippi, 1992.
Teacher, Cherokee County Schools, Woodstock, Georgia, 1965-1967; teacher, Douglas County Schools, Douglasville, Georgia, 1967-1971; teacher, Prentiss County Schools, Booneville, Mississippi, 1971-1973; teacher, Union County Schools, New Albany, Mississippi, 1973-1975; administrative staff, N.E. Mississippi Community College, Booneville, 1975-1982; instructor, N.E. Mississippi Community College, Booneville, 1982-1991; library, N.E. Mississippi Community College, Booneville, since 1991.
Government is appointed by God as His servant to encourage good and restrain evil to the end that all people are blessed and His people are enabled to live quiet and peaceful lives in all godliness and holiness.
Different kinds of small groups inside the overall Baptist movement should be encouraged to developed, so that both leaders and members of the societies could receive support and challenge in their faith.
Member Mississippi Library. Association, Mississippi Community College Faculty Association, National Society Sons of the American Revolution (Liberty medal 1991), National Society Sons Confederate Veterans, National Congress Patriotic Organizations, Clan Stewart Society of America, Inc.