Dr. Hoppe’s Book Offers Sips Of Sustenance


In this segment, Dr. Sherry Hoppe joins us.  Her latest book is about the grief process.  Published by Wakestone Press, it’s called Sips of Sustenance: Grieving the loss of your spouse.  It contains her own reflections and experiences while mourning the death of her husband.  It also contains other perspectives… hundreds of comforting quotes and thoughts from writers, artists, poets and philosophers.

Listen to the interview:


From the publisher’s Web site:

Sherry Hoppe is the primary author of A Matter of Conscience, Redemption of a hometown hero, Bobby Hoppe, as well as authoring and editing books on higher education for the academic market.

Dr. Hoppe’s first career was as a counselor before getting her Ed.D in higher education and entering the academic world.

In 2007, she was named president emeritus of Austin Peay State University (APSU) after serving there almost eight years. Well regarded for her visionary leadership, she was also president of two other colleges. She is co-author of Maxine Smith’s Unwilling Pupils (University of Tennessee Press, 2007), the authorized biography of a civil rights leader. She has co-edited four published books (Jossey-Bass [2], Praeger, and Peter Lang) and authored eight chapters in three books. She served six years on the Commission on Colleges Executive Council and was active on the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Board of Directors.

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