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Ms. Stubbs, Job Training Program

Helen Stubbs

Ms. Helen G. Stubbs, former project supervisor of the Job Training Program, died September 16 at the age of 71.

Ms. Stubbs was born November 14, 1933 in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Livingstone College in Salisbury, North Carolina. Later she earned a master’s degree in counseling at Antioch University in Pennsylvania.

Ms. Stubbs came to Penn in 1971 as project supervisor of the Job Training Program. She left Penn in 1979. She has also taught Business Education subjects in the Philadelphia Public School System. She also taught at the John F. Kennedy Training Center, the Berean Institute, Philadelphia Community College, and the Original Opportunity Industrialization Center (OIC).

She was also a mentor for younger students through the Future Business Leaders of America organization. She moved to Cincinnati, Ohio for the last five years of her career where she helped many students as a school counselor. She retired from both the Philadelphia and Cincinnati Public School Systems.

She is survived by her daughter, Laura Stubbs; sisters, Sallie Fisher, Olivia Gist and Bernice Collins; brothers, James C. Gist, Jr. and William S. Gist, Sr.

Memorial for Dr. John Sabini: December 2

The department of psychology has organized an event to commemorate and honor Dr. John Sabini’s many contributions to science, education, and the community.   Dr. Sabini, professor of psychology and former chair of the department, died on July 15 at the age of 58 (Almanac September 6, 2005). The memorial will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday, December 2, and consist of remarks to be followed by a reception. The location is the Rainey Auditorium and Mosaic Gallery at the Penn Museum; use the Trescher entrance.

 

To Report A Death

Almanac appreciates being informed of the deaths of current and former faculty and staff members, students, and other members of the University community.

However, notices of alumni deaths should be directed to the Alumni Records Office at Room 545, Franklin Building, (215) 898-8136  or e-mail record@ben.dev.upenn.edu.



 
  Almanac, Vol. 52, No. 13, November 22, 2005

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