A day in the life of Lora McMullin

If you have had the chance to meet Lora McMullin most of us on campus know her as the Executive Secretary in the athletics department. But if you follow a day in the life of Lora one quickly learns that there is much more than meets the eye. From work and coaching softball, to managing a family of five she is someone we should all get to know a little better! In her downtime, Lora enjoys sewing and knitting. Her home life is most important to her. She enjoys relaxing on the couch with her family on Sunday afternoons. She also loves her position in the athletic office. In her afternoons, Lora works with the softball team as one of the assistant coaches. Junior Rebekah Charlston and Sophomore Marianna Distel both appreciate her help and encouragement while batting and performing strength exercises. On Tuesday Nights, Lora helps score the basketball games.

The McMullins: (L-R) Freshman Aean, Junior Aubrey, Lora, Mike, Aleq, and Aria. Not Shown: Aaron.

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  • Stephen Calkinskeyes

    Wow!  What a accomplishment John — you’re amazing!  Stephen CalkinsKeyes

  • Hal Johnstone

    What a pleasure, John, it was to meet you at PACE this past summer.  Congratulations on the publication of this labor of love.  I look forward to reading it.  Hal Johnstone

  • Brad Wells

    Kudos to you, John.  An impressive achievement.  Thanks, again, for a wonderful visit last winter.

  • Diane Aitken Langwith

    Very interesting.  I want to purchase the book to give to our outstanding organist at 7th Church in Houston, Dr. Chris Childers.   Diane Langwith, College ’53

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QIYPPVF3RRMUGU2NVI7LIYJ6WI carolm

    Dear John,  I am so glad to see your picture and hear of your wonderful book!!  I always loved watching you play the organ in chapel.  It truly is an athletic feat of the highest order.  I’m happy to be back in touch.   Carol Marie Mendel, circa 2000