Employee Spotlight - Beth Cox - Stewart Home & School

Employee Spotlight – Beth Cox

It is my pleasure to introduce Elizabeth R. “Beth” Cox as our March, 2021 Employee of the Month.  I brought Beth aboard 4 ½ years ago as a Houseparent Substitute.  She then transferred to full-time Houseparent on Hilltop, where she has been for over a year. 

Beth says she was at a crossroads in her life when she learned of Stewart Home & School and knows that God led her here.  She loves her ladies on Hilltop, and she loves constantly learning! 

Beth says the biggest change has seen since coming to Stewart Home & School is the new Student Health building.  What she feels has always been consistent since she came here is the kindness, caring and teamwork that she sees in the staff. 

   Beth’s File

 Favorite Book

“The Bible”

Favorite Season


Favorite Vacation

“Gatlinburg, TN”

Favorite Restaurant

“P. F. Chang’s”

Favorite Movie

“Steel Magnolias”

In what little free time she has, Beth likes to crochet, play piano and do gardening.  If she hadn’t come to work at SH&S, Beth believes she would likely have been in some sort of position dealing with people. (She’s a people person.)  She says she has stayed here because it is more than a job to her—It’s her life now! 

We are so blessed to have Beth be a part of our team.  Her patience and love for our students is inspirational!  Thank you, Beth!

_Tamara Blau

1 comments on Employee Spotlight – Beth Cox

  1. Jack Kreamer says:

    I have longed admired your school. My great, great Grandfather once owned the property, along with the adjacent property where the cemetery is now. At first, they formed Kentucky Military Institute (KMI) and later sold it to Stewart Home School for Boys. My brother and I attended KMI for 6 years when it was moved to Lyndon, Ky. Several other relatives attended when on your property.
    I visited your school last weekend, as I have on numerous occasions, when I visit the Pattie cemetery .
    I truly admire the beautiful property, and would hope the cemetery would receive the same loving care. The Pattie home was located near the Cemetery. A lot of history. My great niece, used to visit the boys at KMI, and later was inducted into the SAE fraternity when she “kept” the secret handshake during the war. I have articles in this regard. ( The only female member of the SAE fraternity !! )

    Thank you for enabling me to “meet” you and introduce myself.

    Jack Kreamer
    522 Brook Circle
    Griffin, Ga. 30224


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