Stephanie Page just marked her 24th Anniversary at the Sulphur Springs News-Telegram. She came to the paper as a receptionist in 1994. Since then, she has worked her way up to her current role as business manager.
Stephanie helped greatly during the transition of Southern Newspapers Inc. purchasing the News-Telegram in May of 2017, Publisher Jennifer McCullough said. She stepped up again in March, when other management changes were made at the newspaper.
“Stephanie comes to work every day with a ‘can-do anything’ attitude, McCullough said in her nomination letter. “She brings an energy and frame of mind that others observe and follow. Being one our leaders, she can be depended on to be proactive and always do the right thing.
“The entire staff knows they can come to Stephanie for guidance on situations small and large,” McCullough said.
As an experienced key member of the team in Sulphur Springs, Stephanie has knowledge and awareness of all aspects of the newspaper operation.
“With a keen sense of common sense, she helps guide our crew through everyday tasks,” McCullough said.
Stephanie and her husband Jason met at the News-Telegram when Jason worked as a pressman. They have two children, Carter, 16, and Taylor, 11.