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Hangar 25 names new administrator

September 6, 2011

Genevieve Stockburger, second from left, receives the key to the Hangar 25 Air Museum from museum officials, from left, Gloria McDonald, Sherry Hodnett and Emma Bogard. Stockburger was recently named the new administrator at Hangar 25. (HERALD photo/Amanda Moreno)

There's a new face at Hangar 25.

Genevieve Stockburger, a recent Texas Tech University graduate, has stepped in as the new museum administrator.

Stockburger who graduated this past August with her masters degree in museum science officially accepted the keys to the Hangar Friday morning.

“I was presented with the opportunity to impact a smaller community than Lubbock, with a profound historical base and I took it,” Stockburger said.

Museums, the preservation of history and history itself have always been on the top of Stockburger's passions.

“We are just thrilled to have her here with us,” Sherry Hodnett, Hangar 25 board president, said. “She has a lot of fresh ideas.”

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