Pam with her husband Lenny at A Nite at the Races Fundraiser

Pam Jozwiak retires after 15 years with Mountain Lake PBS

As we make our way through this very challenging winter and head into spring, it is a time of excitement and change here at Mountain Lake PBS.  One of those changes has been bittersweet – we’ve had to learn how to keep our operation running smoothly without our longtime colleague, Pam Jozwiak… sweet because she can now spend more time with her wonderful family… but bitter because we don’t get to benefit every day from her skill and professionalism!

Pam began her career with Mountain Lake PBS in early 2006 as our bookkeeper. In her 15 years at the station, a lot of things changed – staff members, department structures, entire broadcast technologies – but at Mountain Lake PBS, Pam was a constant.  Her role and responsibilities expanded, and through it all she was a dependable and trusted face to help any of us when we had a question and weren’t sure who to ask.

Many of us working at the station today remember spending our very first day with Pam, handling the essential onboarding needs of any new employee.  Pam was always warm and attentive, and on those days especially, was more than a bookkeeper… she was our introduction to Mountain Lake PBS.

Pam has meant so much to us over the years. Always willing to step up when she was needed, her experience, expertise, and dedication have helped make the station what it is today. 

We’re grateful to Pam for everything she has done for Mountain Lake PBS and our mission!

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