“...'For many years our mantra around here was "making a difference," Jeane said. 'Steve McKinney could be Samford's poster child for that part of our mission. He is hands-down one of the finest people I've ever worked with, both in and out of the classroom'...”
As someone who trades in the details of place, Steve McKinney ’97 needs only a few words to create a vivid image of his hometown of Tuscumbia, Alabama. “It was fifteen minutes to the nearest stoplight, and that’s a four-way flashing light,” he said. Now settled in Birmingham, with enough stoplights on any given street to make up for a deprived childhood, McKinney helps students... (continued...)
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