Aviso: Where did you grow up?
Yuncker: Outside of Dellroy, down in Carroll County, up on a hill in the middle of nowhere.
Aviso: Where did you do to high school?
Yuncker: Carrollton High School.
Aviso: Where did you go to college?
Aviso: What do you do at Malone?
Yuncker: I am the archivist and reference librarian.
Aviso: What job did you have before this one?
Yuncker: I was head of weekend services at Ohio State’s Thompson Library and part time as a shelf stocker at one of the Columbus metropolitan libraries.
Aviso: What was your first job?
Yuncker: I was a merchandise and customer assistant at Sears.
Aviso: What is your favorite artifact you have found?
Yuncker: This is a really hard question because there is so much neat stuff. My favorite piece is on display right now. It’s a little doll on a stick that came from one of our missionaries that went to Kenya in the early 1900s.
Aviso: What is your favorite part of archiving artifacts?
Yuncker: Just the surprise of it. You never know what is going to be in the bottom of the box!
Avsio: What is your favorite part of history to study?
Yuncker: In my undergrad, my focus was medieval history. There is so much more of a hand on history that I am dealing with now. I can actually handle all of the documents. So, I could not tell you which type of history I love studying more.
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