Pella named Johnson County 2017 Woman of Distinction

By Ann Wickett News Editor

 

Tracy D. Pella was honored as Johnson County’s Woman of Distinction for 2017. She was presented with this award at the 2017 Johnson County Women of Distinction ceremony held at the First Baptist Church in Tecumseh on Sunday afternoon. According to her nominator and father, Randy Agena,

Tracy is a special person. She is a good mother, wife, friend and daughter. Tracy has lived in Johnson County the entire 33 years of her life. She graduated from Sterling High School with honors and attended Doane College where she graduated with a Psychology Degree.

Tracy then continued to Kearney State College to earn her Master’s degree in Counseling. Finally, she realized she wanted to work with school age children. Tracy returned to Kearney State College and completed a second Master’s degree as an Education Specialist in School Psychology. Pella is now employed at the Palmyra-Bennet Schools working with kids in getting a good education along with supporting school staff, kids and parents.

 

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