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Faculty Emeriti Association Officers


 

OFFICERS

The executive board is composed of seven members: president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, program chair, activities chair, and special events chair. The past president is invited to all executive board meetings by virtue of his\her position. The Board meets at the beginning of the academic year to discuss the plans for the upcoming year and again in April to review the past year and plan for the next year.

Officers are elected at the April meeting to serve a two year term.

Current officers and committee chairs are:

President---Violet Allain  allainvl@jmu.edu

Vice-President---Sheila Moorman moormasa@jmu.edu

Secretary---Louise Loe loeml@jmu.edu

Treasurer---Joe Hollis hollisje@jmu.edu

Chair, Activities Committee---Mary Lou Wylie  wylieml@jmu.edu

Chair, Program Committee---Kay Arthur mhorn@shentel.net

Chair, Special Events Committee---Elizabeth Ihle eliza51@aol.com

 


From the President's Desk...

 

Fall 2013

As we move further into the second decade of our Emeriti Association, I along with Vice President Violet Allain, Treasurer Joe Hollis, and Secretary Phil Riley are excited and ready to continue the fun, fellowship and service that defines our association.  Mary Lou Wylie heads up our interest groups providing great opportunities for socialization and exploration of interesting topics. I encourage you to look over the list of Interest Groups and give them a try. Visit the Interest Group website at www.jmu.edu/emeriti/Interest_Groups.shtml for more information.  We are always open for suggestions of new interest groups for our members.  

The JMU Emeriti Association is an opportunity for each of us to continue a significant and meaningful relationship with the University that we served for many years.  It is also a vehicle that makes it possible for us to stay in touch and involved with friends and colleagues. 

I am looking forward to another great year, as I know you are as well.  Do not hesitate to contact me with your ideas and suggestions.  And, don’t be a stranger to the Faculty Emeriti Association events.

     
Rex Fuller