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Sons- Christopher and Kyle Ketterlinus Daughters by choice: Leila & Rachel Grandsons: Nathan, Benjamin, Corban, and Logan
Pamela Kay Wilson Ketterlinus grew up on a small Hoosier farm. After 12 years in the same building graduated high school before attending Indiana College of Business and Technology. As a Girl Scout I remember giving change for two quarters for a box of cookies. Boy, have things changed. I played clarinet in the band and was a second soprano in the chorus. I was active in my church. After ten years of 4-H, I was awarded tenure. I also won the award for outstanding senior girl for the county. I was also active in the Junior Legion Auxilary. My father would brag about having a basketball team complete with a cheerleader. After all Hoosier Hysteria (high school basketball) is everywhere. My first full time job was as a keypuncher. That was when you needed a large room for your computer. I became a military spouse (both my parents served in World War II) I have two sons. Chris is the third generation to retire from the army. His wife is still active duty and he is Mr. Mom to their one year old son, Logan. Kyle is still active duty but looking forward to retiring soon. His sons are Nathan, Benjamin and Corban. They are all currently in Korea again. I have had numerous part time jobs including retail and newspaper delivery where I was recognized for excellent service. Volunteer work has included United Service Organization (USO) where I was recognized for my dedication and Army Community Service where I was named outstanding volunteer of the month. My first full time job after my sons were old enough to be on their own was at Family Housing where I would help military member get a place to live. I could take the application, make sure the quarters were in good condition (order repairs as needed) schedule move in and move out all the while maintaining accuracy when getting families to country and their new homes with no complaint about any pay problems. This position earned me the employee for the quarter for the community. I have worked at the county welfare office in the county I lived in Minnesota. I have been at Columbus State University since 1998. I started in the Registrar’s office where I assisted students. The following summer, I took the position as administrative secretary in the Math department. After more than a decade in that department, I accepted the position of archives assistant where I process collections donated to the Library. While at CSU I earned my Associates in general studies with high honors, my bachelors in communication earning membership in Lambda Pi Eta honor society with magna and finally got a Masters in school counseling while maintaining high standards at my job.
Pamela Ketterlinus is currently an administrative secretary at CSU. Her love for the students as well as her concern for their well-being led her to her Masters Degree in Counseling. Pamela plans to eventually make the switch from her position as an administrative secretary to a full time counselor and will without a doubt continue to have a huge influence on her students lives.
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