YCP squirrels are fearless photo M. Adams

YCP squirrels are fearless  photo M. Adams

Classes resume at York College of PA. I’m ready for another series of great Spartan Newspaper and a more active online paper. Send me your campus pictures, stories, story ideas, videos from improve shows and anything else you can think of related to life at York College of PA! pcrider@ycp.edu

Pattie Crider’s Resume & CV

Patricia A. Crider
717-916-0586
pcrider@ycp.edu

Career Focus

Writer/Editor/Photographer responsibilities with a magazine, PR firm, book publisher, or newspaper.

Experience Summary

  • Experienced in writing feature articles, short stories, biographies, essays, editorial pieces, press releases, research reports, fiction and non-fiction.
    • Well versed in copyediting, transcription/editing of interviews, and proofreading.
    • Strong technical command of the English language; familiarity with virtually all writing styles; serious commitment to excellence in the printed and published word.
    • Strong background in business management and accounting.

Education

York College of Pennsylvania-Prof. Writing Major, Photography & Religious Studies Minor 2010-present
Dover Area High School-Diploma Dover, PA 1989

Professional
Experience

Manager/Writer,  – The Spartan, York, PA

  • Interviewer, researcher, reporter, OP articles, word puzzles, event coverage
  • Online manager of the Spartan website
6/10 –
Present
Writer,  Blogger – girlboxer1970.com Internet

  • Owner & operator-dedicated to tracking life as it happens around me.
  • Specifically focuses on college life.
  • Founder of Facebook Page “You Know You’re from Dover, PA when…”
11/10 –
Present
Co-owner – Delauter’s A1 Moving Helpers,  Windsor, PA    Established and managed a countrywide, fully licensed Household Goods Carrier

  • Filed all proper licensing, insurances, taxing agents.
  • Developed logos, brochures, postcards, company website, office templates, and referral program with tracking results.
  • Managed office of approx. 6 including payroll, tax filing, invoicing, phone calls, credit charges, client check payments.
  • Interview applicants, completed full background checks, credit checks, drug testing, arranged flights, storage rentals, house packing services, estimates.
  • Supervised moves and house packing, assisted by 1-6 employees
  • Communicated with all offices necessary, complied with all mandatory paperwork, attended to customer and employee issues, dismissal of employees.
  • Hired part-time secretary to assist with office duties, trained for 6 months
10/04 – 02/08
Public Servant – Pennsylvania.

  • PA Department of Liquor  -Assistant Manager Shrewsbury Wine & Spirits

-Attended to liquor sales, consumer needs, supervised full and part time clerks, daily paperwork, sales logs, controlled credit and cash receipts, implemented general promotions, ordered supplies, spirits, wine and special requests

  • PA Department of Labor & Industry  -Tax Technician  Harrisburg, PA

-Completed one year tax training in Unemployment Compensation 2003

-Receive and review employer’s UC taxes, calculate/determine tax status, issue vouchers for ledger changes, e-mail work assignments to agents assisting in the field, create client files,  billing/refunds, file bankruptcies, liens, sheriff sales, deferred applications, partial and full transfers of businesses

-Review and handle UC credits and charges for non-profit organizations completed all work assignments given in a timely and accurate manner.

-Retired end of year to establish a small business.

11/93 – 12/04

Computer Skills

WordPerfect • Microsoft Word • Quickbooks • WordPress • Twitter • Facebook • Tumblr

Click to read Curriculum Vitae  CV for PAC Patricia’s Path of life

Define Criders

Dale was bored while I was working on my never-ending Spanish homework.  He went on the Urban Dictionary and searched “Criders” and this was the result:

criders
Definition: A place where men are men, and the sheep are scared.
The only things you need in Criders are Velcro gloves and tall rubber boots. 😉
by biscuit_ehhh Jul  6, 2009
Very amusing biscuit_ehhh.  Dale and I got a giggle out of your definition.  I also found it interesting that directly under the Criders entry was “Pattie Crider would be the next entry if defined”
That could be a very interesting definition, depending on who submits it!
Search your name and post its definition in the comments! 🙂
Undefined at the moment,
~P.

Dear John V

Drama

Dear John,

Last night I learned you called my former room-mate, John Ott.  It is outrageous that you are calling around, looking for anything to make up a story, for court.  I don’t call your people….. they call, text, email and message me.  Please stop causing drama and wild rumors to spread.  It’s just not following the rules of Kid’s First. https://girlboxer1970.com/2011/07/11/kids-first/

Tesla is what is most important and she has a same, normal home.  Back out of my life and stop this endless drama so I can enjoy writing about all the stupid, mean, backstabbing things you did in the past.

I’m sure as I blog, I will work through my depression, developed after meeting you.  My therapist, Cathy Snelbaker at T.W. Ponessa has been supportive in any decisions I made.  You had the opportunity to attend counseling to work on our marriage.  You chose to stop going saying I would never change and admitting to knowing you couldn’t.  I’ve accepted that, so let’s move on.

I don’t bother any of your peeps, I treat Heather with respect when I see you.  I am nice to her kids and encourage Tesla to think of them as family.  I hope you can keep it together this time.

Stop calling people in my life.  I have enough to write about as life is.

Thank you,

Pattie

Yearbook to Facebook finds 1989: McNew, Laird and Fieldhouse

Still having fun looking through my yearbook at Dover Highschool.  I currently have the 1986 year opened.  My friend Mike McNew stood out among the photos.  His 1986 photo is showing his respect for following the rules on the school bus.  He used this as the background for where he wrote to me:

Rule breaker

Pat,

To a real cute girl I met a while back.  Best of luck in the future with whatever you do and who you do it with.

Mike “89”

Go Team! Mike McNew

Mike,

That was so damn sweet of you back in 1986!  Calling me cute and everything!  It’s no wonder, because you are a nice guy.  We had a blast in highschool!  I’m kind of reliving it through college with kids 20 years younger than me.  Sadly I haven’t seen you recently and even sadder is the last time I did, it was at your sweetheart brother’s funeral.  Kelly was a cool guy and I’m sorry you lost your brother. Good memories from shop classes and Vo-Ag.  One that sticks in my head that’s weird….Gary Lightner sneaking up to the wood storage area, alone….

~P.

 

Aaron Laird http://www.facebook.com/aaron17315 who was a grade ahead of me, wrote this:

Pattie,

To a very sweet girl I’ve known all my life.  Keep up the good personality and don’t change for anyone.

Love ya,

Aaron

 

Dear Aaron,

First let me say, you knew all the way back in 1986 how to spell my name correctly.  Bonus points for that kind of shit!  What you wrote is perfect, sweet and now my rule of thumb.  It’s great we are still close friends.  I enjoy talking with you and riding our cycles.  We really do go back as friends.  All our lives is really true and it’s nice to have friends that didn’t want me to change.  Thank you for the dance at school and come visit me now that I’ve moved again!  No, I’m not going to kiss you under the hangers in my closet or clean your house in a duck costume.  LMAO

~P.

 

Winding up this round of blogs is http://www.facebook.com/madeline.m.brubaker or as people called her in highschool and at church, “Mich or Chelle” Do you still hate your first name so much?  I remember you just not liking it.  You always dotted the i with a little bubble or heart.  Patricia has grown on me, but I prefer Pattie.  If I remember correctly, I called you “Mad.”  LOL  Here’s what Michelle wrote:

Michelle still looking like a doll on her wedding day.

Pattie,  (bonus points!)

To a really strange chic.  Hope we’re friends forever darling.  Good Luck with Greg.  Wouldn’t you like to alfalfa him w/ him? OF COURSE!!  Silly question!

L/Y/D/N/Q,

Mich

(-n-

Mark.)

Dear Michelle,

Ok, who is Greg?  I’m thinking Greg Shaffer.  Or was his name Craig?  He was my neighbor off of Rohler’s Church Road and I really had a thing for him.  Other than him trying to yank my tank top down, he had no interest in “seeing” me.  (I scratched his arms up real bad once.  When he mom called and asked me why, suddently he was in trouble.)  Yes, I wanted to “alfalfa him!”  Do you remember what that was?  I do! LOL

You called me strange.  Thanks, I knew that back then too.  I grow on people….sometimes as a fungus.  You were a little out there too though.  You, Pam Schrum and I were tight friends.  I remember your mom and dad, especially your mom being our preacher.  How funny is that?  Do you still go to McDonald’s on Thanksgiving for chicken nuggets?   I thought that was so damn funny.  So much less work too!

Who was Mark?  I’m thinking Eckenrode?

Talk to you later Darling,

~P.

Coming up in my Yearbook to Facebook finds 1989.  Will be writing to you soon!

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