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Background Information

Employment History


Page Publications LLC


Central School


Scottsboro High School


Scottsboro Elementary School



Jackson County Historical Association



bachelors degree




University of Alabama

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The Daily Sentinel [cached]

Page's father, Lewis Wendell Page, was principal of Scottsboro Junior High School and then Scottsboro Elementary School at the location.The main building is named the Lewis Wendell Page Administration Building.Page returned to Scottsboro to live in 1993 but commuted to and from work.He worked first in Huntsville with the accounting firm of Henderson, Hutcherson and McCullough and then with Dudley, Hopton-Jones, Sims and Freeman in Chattanooga.Prior to that Page, a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) worked with Ford Motor Company in dealer computer services and dealer development for 11 years.He worked almost three years with Federated Department Stores.Page earned an MBA in marketing from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in 1979.Earlier he obtained a bachelors degree in marketing from the school.He also completed coursework in accounting and finance from the University of Memphis, Auburn University Montgomery, Tulane University and the University of Missouri at St. Louis.In his position Page will coordinate new services and small business development and training."We'll help assist the Greater Jackson County Chamber of Commerce in workforce development in all ways we can.I would like to see a small business incubator for Jackson County and classes in entrepreneurship and small business development."IMPACT will also be instituting QuickBooks training and other business and accounting related courses to help independent business owners.Page is married to the former Laura Bratcher of Memphis, Tenn., a social studies teacher at Section High School.They have two sons, Charles, a freshman at Vanderbilt University, and Stuart, a sophomore at Scottsboro High School.Page is the owner of Page Publications.He is a member of the Jackson County Historical Association, American Institute of CPAs, Tennessee Society of CPAs, Kennamer Family Association and the Rotary Club.He attends First United Methodist Church in Scottsboro and is a member of the praise band.

The Daily Sentinel [cached]

Building dedicated to PageLewis Wendell Page got a well-deserved day in the spotlight.He was honored as hundreds of people, including family and friends, turned out for the dedication, official grand opening and tours of the Lewis Wendell Page Administration Building Sunday afternoon."We dedicate this building on behalf of Lewis Wendell Page, who has been a part of this community for so many years."Page, who sat quietly in a wheelchair during the dedication ceremony, rose proudly to his feet as Berry presented him with a plaque commemorating the day.In a brief statement, read by his son, Lewis Page, the building's namesake, described public education as an "opportunity and a blessing.""I am especially humbled to have it (building) renamed and rededicated as the Lewis Wendell Page Administration Building," his statement read.Berry called Page an educator and historian."When you say the name Lewis Wendell Page it's obvious how well-respected, how well thought of he is anywhere you go," she said.Page included a brief history of education at the site and of his career in the statement read by his son.He noted that the building that has served students in Scottsboro and Jackson County sits on the site of the first public school in Scottsboro, which opened in 1889.Page began his career as a teacher in 1937 at Rosalie.He came to Scottsboro in 1943 to teach geography at what was then Jackson County High School.In 1957 Page became principal at Central School and returned to the building at the corner of Scott Street and College Avenue in 1967 as principal of Scottsboro Junior High School.Page noted that he spent half of his 40-year career in education in the building now named after him and said he knew every "nook and cranny" in the structure."Wendell Page has forgotten more than most of us will ever know about Jackson County," Alabama State Senator Lowell Barron said in noting that Page is probably the foremost historian in the county.

The Daily Sentinel [cached]

Dr. Berry will welcome guests to the ceremony at 1:30 p.m. and will recognize the building's namesake, Lewis Wendell Page.A longtime educator, Page served both the Jackson County and Scottsboro City school systems.He was principal at Central School before taking over as principal of Scottsboro Junior High School when it was opened in 1967.In 1977, the junior-high building became Page Elementary School.Page will be presented with a certificate in memory of the day.He will also speak to the significance of the location and to the history of education in Jackson County.

Generation YES: Member Schools () [cached]

Lewis Wendell Page ElementaryGeneration YES: Member Schools ()Lewis Wendell Page Elementary Scottsboro City Schools

The Daily Sentinel [cached]

After a brief opening ceremony, during which Mr. Page and his family will be recognized, visitors will be able to tour the building and grounds.Named after longtime educator Lewis Wendell Page the building was built through the Federal Works Agency under the Public Works Administration.

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