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Background Information

Employment History

Media Services Coordinator

Northern Oklahoma College

Nantahala Outdoor Center

Pianist and Keyboard Artist

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Northern Oklahoma College - Information :: Directory offices [cached]

Doris Nesselrode, H 100 MEDIA SERVICES COORDINATOR 628.6647 Doris Nesselrode, H 100 628.6647

Doris Nesselrode, Vicki Poulson and Sey Jones Autographing
Doris Nesselrode, Vicki Poulson, and Sey Jones These three friends (Doris, Vicki and Sey) have collaborated in the writing and art illustrations for Doris' children's book Romeo, the Little Orphan Cat. Romeo and his little friend, Juliet, currently live with Doris and her husband, Robert. Doris thought his story was so unique and touching that she decided to turn it into a children's book. The book was written for children of all ages, people who love cats, and those who have a soft spot in their heart for the underdog. In addition, everyone, young and old alike, will enjoy the timeless illustrations. The theme of the book centers on Romeo, a little orphan cat who was adopted by individuals in all three families, and has lived in several of their homes over the past 14 years. Throughout his many experiences, Romeo learned a life lesson that, you are never alone as long as you have someone to love, and someone loves you.' Doris says, "that is a great lesson we all should learn and appreciate." A special and very unique feature of the book is a blank page opposite each page of the story line and illustrations. It is designated for the children to draw and paint their own pictures, and this helps the children get involved in creating their own art scenario. Doris got the idea from her two small granddaughters, ages 7 and 5, who not only love reading, but love to express themselves artistically. In addition, both girls love the story of Romeo, and can relate because they see Romeo frequently at Doris' home, and love him dearly. Romeo is a loving cat, who delights in having his head and neck rubbed, and will enjoy a full body massage, if he can find anyone who is willing. This will be the second book Doris has written--the first being a memoir/cookbook detailing the life of her grandma Sallie, who grew up in the Arkansas Ozark Mountains in the late 19th century, many of Doris' adventures as she grew up and moved from town to town, and family recipes, both old and new. Doris is currently working on her next children's book, a true story of her "Grandma Sallie's Old Farm House", and how Doris accidentally came across it recently, not having seen it since she was five years old. Doris invited Vicki and Sey to do the art illustrations for her Romeo book, and it has turned out well. Doris shared with them her idea of what the finished art should symbolize, and they took it from there. Doris says, "the art was just perfect and exactly what I wanted. I was also glad I had the wisdom to find talented artists, then get out of the way and let them create the art as they saw it. I couldn't be happier with the end results." The acrylic, full color art gives the impression of a real painting, but with a touch of fantasy that is very simple, yet powerful--similar to the Grandma Moses paintings of years ago. Doris noticed that many children's books today are illustrated with cartoon character drawings, and she wanted her book to be different, with a feel of real paintings and real life, but simply done. Although Doris loves each painting, she is drawn to the one of Romeo sitting at the edge of the neighbor's yard, watching them drive away to their new home, and knowing he had been left behind and couldn't go along with them. It is a touching scene that tugs at the heartstrings. Doris is retired from NOC, specializing in Media and IT. She is a pianist/keyboard artist who has entertained in the area for over 40 years, and has made four CDs. She enjoys both her music and her writing, and is always looking for a new challenge. Robert and Doris lost one daughter, Rhonda, 18 years ago. Doris and Robert fully believe that children's minds should be stimulated early with books, music, miscellaneous experiences, and anything appropriate that would be of interest to a child. No matter what they do, Doris, Vicki, and Sey enjoy life, and are looking forward to exciting new projects for the future. by Doris Nesselrode Doris Nesselrode, Vicki Poulson and Sey Jones Autographing(9 days)

Doris Nesselrode is in charge of the program and is a pianist/entertainer in the Ponca City area.
She has released four albums.

Northern Oklahoma College - Information :: Directory offices [cached]

Coordinator , Doris Nesselrode , H 1006647MICROCOMPUTER LABWilkin 111 & 121MULTI-MEDIA & DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONSDoris Nesselrode , H 1006647TESTING CENTER

Northern News - Staff Pinnining [cached]

Earning 10-year pins ( 10-14 years' service ) were Nancy Brown , duplicating services technician ; Sue Fisher , director , testing ; Lawanna Gann , director , Bell Hall ; Pat Green , security officer ; John Main , custodian ; Doris Nesselrode , coordinator , media services ; Carolyn Olbert , data processing clerk ; Jonnie Prelesnick , assistant manager , student bookstore.

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