Daughter of Shamokin woman earns civic award
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Aubrey Lynne Stover, daughter of Denise A. Stover, of Shamokin, and Joel R. Stover, of Mifflinburg, was recently awarded the Forty Under Forty Award, which is sponsored by Syracuse University's Whitman School of Business and the Central New York Business Journal.
Forty Under Forty recognizes 40 ambitious, hard-working, civic-minded individuals, who are age 39 and under. These individuals have excelled in the workplace and in the community, and come from diverse backgrounds, experiences and skills. They also thrive on active community involvement and appreciate the importance of their role in advancing public good.
Stover is a graduate of Syracuse University, with a master's degree in social work, and Penn State University with an associate degree in letters, arts, and sciences, a B.A. in both history and sociology, and a Master of Education in teaching and curriculum.
She is a licensed master social worker in New York and she earned her credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselor certification while she worked as a chemical dependency therapist for Crouse Hospital-Chemical Dependency Treatment Services. She currently works with adolescents in the "Choices" program for Central New York Services Inc., as a chemical dependency therapist stationed at Elmcrest Residential Treatment Facility.