Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Professional Secretaries Honor Glynna Lewis, Kenneth Shouse

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Professional Secretaries Honor Glynna Lewis, Kenneth Shouse

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Glynna Lewis of Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. has been honored as 1986-87 Secretary of the Year by the Oklahoma City Chapter of Professional Secretaries International.

In addition, Kenneth M. Shouse, Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., has been chosen 1986-87 Executive of the Year. Tonya Garrett, Bethany Nazarene College, was named winner of theFuture Secretaries Association Scholarship.

Lewis is a member of the Speakers Bureau in which she presents programs in the Oklahoma City area regarding the secretarial profession. She has been employed at OG&E for 16 years.

Shouse, division staff manager-support services at Southwestern Bell, serves on the Oklahoma City Exchange Club committee, is a member of the Chamber of Commerce and was the western division chairman at Southwestern Bell for the United Way campaign. He has been employed with the telephone company for 36 years.

The Future Secretaries Association Scholarship is given to a young person to help acquire the technical skills of a professional secretary in the college of business school of their choice. . .

- Denise Lynn York, Ginette Wooldridge McGee, Margo Lee Wright, Sharon K. Chestnut, all of Oklahoma City, and Judy Joyce Hatfield of Norman have been selected for inclusion in the 1985 edition of Outstanding Young Women of America.

The Outstanding Young Women of America program is designed to honor and encourage exceptional young women between the ages of 21 and 36 who have distinguished themselves in their homes, professionsand their communities. . .

- Lyndsey Stone, associate administrator of operations and nursing at Presbyterian Hospital, has been selected to participate in the Johnson-Wharton Fellows Program in Management for Nurses at the University of Pennyslvania's Wharton School.

The program, in its fourth year, seeks to enhance the leadership, management and financial skills of senior nurse executives.

Funded by the Johnson & Johnson family of companies contribution fund, the program includes coursework, workshops, special speakers and other activities involving the participants with faculty fromthe Wharton School and the School of Nursing. . .

- Central State University nursing students Jill L. Jebsen and Vicki Hutchens, both of Oklahoma City, and Dee Ann Harrington of Edmond have each received $480 scholarships for the 1986-87 school year from the Edmond Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.

Criteria for selection includes scholastic standing, school honors and activites and approval and recommendations from the nursing staff at Central State University. …

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