Not that Beamer wanted to exit the organized chaos that accompanies a visit from any combination of his five grandchildren. But an important task awaited. Justin Fuente, his successor as the Hokies coach, had invited him to speak to the team on the eve of Saturdays regular-season finale against Virginia . Frank Beamer “very content” See more videos Beamer was determined to give Fuente his space this year, to allow him to put his stamp on the program Beamer steered so well from 1987-2015. But whenever Beamer strayed too far, Fuente drew him back. Transitions like this often dont go well,” Beamer said. “This one couldnt have been any better.” After hosting a dinner for Techs seniors during preseason, Fuente, a neighbor of Beamers, suggested the players visit their former coach. Fuente welcomed Beamer to practices and, in the ultimate tribute, honored a deserving special-teams player each week with the No. 25 jersey Beamer wore during his Hokies career. Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer has led the Hokies’ program for 29 seasons.
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<img src="https://cdn.theatlantic.com/assets/media/img/mt/2016/11/Leonard_Porch_Debra/lead_960.jpg?Learn More Here1479827466″ width=’250px’ align=’left’ /> Lam: Do you feel pride in your support work? http://milamasonhome.haralsoncounty.org/2016/08/21/helpful-guidance-on-picking-out-primary-elements-in-interviewLeonard-Porch: I do. I’m a behind the scenes kind of person. I know that I have contributed when someone has gotten exactly what they need to do the best that they can [at their job]. The funny part is throughout this entire process, people always say, “Oh, you talk too much. You’re so friendly.” Actually I’m very introverted, I am a lifelong stutterer. I have always been the kind of person that wants to fix problems instead of talk about them. When I joined the International Association of Administrative Professionals 35 years ago, I immediately fell in love with the organization. It was like, “Okay, I found my people.” They were administrative professional at all different walks of life, stages of their profession, and it was just very interesting.
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