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421 Davis Avenue # 4
Elkins, West Virginia,26241
Through the years, Preservation Alliance has maintained the statewide, non-profit presence promoting historic preservation with periodic newsletters, web site, technical assistance and advocacy, and annual conferences. One of the first major accomplishments ca... more.
PAWV: Contact the Preservation Alliance of West Virginia
Is available at the above address, or send e-mail to: email@example.com Lynn Stasick is a native of Bergen County, New Jersey, but has lived in West Virginia for many years. Stasick operated a contracting and restoration business out of Morgantown for nearly twenty years before completing a master's degree in public history and state certificate in cultural resource management from West Virginia University, Morgantown.
Shanklin's Grand Theatre in Ronceverte on WV Endangered Properties 2011 List - Main Street Ronceverte
Thanks to the Partners in the Field Challenge Grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the committed donors who have stepped up to that challenge, PAWV field representative, Lynn Stasick, provides endangered list sites with assistance such as needs assessment, preservation expertise, capacity building, raising public awareness and advocacy.
Stasick explains "I work with each property and each community in an effort to rehabilitate and adaptively re-use these unique historic sites."
Lynn Stasick, statewide field representative of the Preservation Alliance of West Virginia (PAWV), will conduct the hands-on workshop.
Representative, Lynn Stasick, and historic preservation expert, Phil Details: PAWV Statewide Field Representative, Lynn Stasick, and historic preservation expert, Phil Davis, will present a Historic Window Rehabilitation & Weatherization Workshop. PAWV now offers historic wooden windows restoration workshops instructed by Lynn Stasick, PAWV field representative, and Phil Davis, of Allegheny Restoration.
PAWV: News - new staffer hired
PAWV: News - new staffer hired Preservation Alliance of West Virginia is pleased to welcome Lynn Stasick of Morgantown as the organization's first full-time field representative. Beginning Aug. 31, Stasick will work to deliver services supporting preservation and rehabilitation of historic properties on PAWV's Endangered Properties List. A native of Bergen County, New Jersey, Stasick has lived in West Virginia since 1973. He operated a contracting business out of Morgantown for nearly twenty years before enrolling as a freshman at West Virginia University in the fall of 1998. Among other work, his business was involved in restoration, stabilization, and maintenance projects at historic properties as well as retrofitting buildings for handicapped accessibility post 1991. L. Stasick Chosen as a West Virginia University Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Scholar in 2001, Stasick completed a master's degree in public history and received a state certificate in cultural resource management in 2006. Both programs required considerable field work. Hired by the McNair Scholars Program later that year as a Ph.D. graduate assistant, Stasick has successfully completed the necessary doctoral course work in Appalachian studies at WVU and has begun reading for the comprehensive examinations.
PAWV: 2016 Conference
Lynn is the Statewide Field Services Representative for the Preservation Alliance of WV. Lynn attended West Virginia University and is both a Summa Cum Laude graduate and Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Scholar. Stasick holds a Masters degree in Public History and a certificate in Cultural Resource Management. In addition, Stasick has also gathered credits toward a PhD in Appalachian economic and social history and has worked for the Preservation Alliance of West Virginia since 2009.