Pam Reese Comer, LPC, Director of Counseling Services is a graduate of the EMU Master of Arts in Counseling program and JMU Master of Education in Counseling program. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has over 25 years experience working with issues on death, dying, and grief and has been a consultant and trainer for the Virginia Association for Hospices where she developed a state-wide grief network for professional and lay caregivers. She has a local private practice called Horizons and has also received special training in an international model on suicide intervention issues and provides training workshops in the community.. She supervises many of the graduate internship students at the EMU Counseling Center as well as residents in counseling.
Suzy Hostetler began as the Campus Ministry Program Assistant in August 2009. A native of Telford, Pennsylvania, she is a graduate of Bluffton University. She majored in Youth Ministry / Recreation with a minor in music. Prior to working at EMU, she worked as a part-time Youth Pastor at Bethel Mennonite Church in West Liberty, Ohio for 5 years.