Fredna Stuckey

Associate Professor of English

Email: FrednaStuckey@letu.edu
Office Phone:  903-233-3387


Fredna Stuckey brings 21 years of experience teaching middle school and high school English, as well as supervisory and administrative experience, to her work at LeTourneau University.

"Although I had taught English for more than 20 years, teaching at LeTourneau is definitely the high water mark of my professional career. The sharing, caring attitude of the faculty and staff makes planning and preparing for instruction an exciting, pleasant task. The actual teaching brings unspeakable joy as I watch students' faith and learning grow simultaneously. Student/teacher ratios are low enough to ensure accessibility to students; yet LeTourneau offers numerous advantages and opportunities often found only at much larger universities. Opportunities to prepare for your chosen vocation and to reach the world for Christ go hand-in-hand at LeTourneau. I love working together with students as we seek to fulfill the Great Commission."

Besides teaching, Mrs. Stuckey enjoys sewing, camping, swimming, and water skiing. She and her husband David are also passionate about missions. One of their favorite ministry sites is an orphanage in Mexico. They have also participated in mission trips to Barbados, the Dominican Republic, and many destinations within the US.   



  • Additional graduate work at Stephen F. Austin State University and The University of Texas at Tyler
  • M.A., Texas A&M University, Commerce (1971). Major: English
  • B.A., University of North Texas (1966). Major: English, Minor: Business Education.


  • "Using the Computer to Produce a School Newspaper/Literary Magazine." East Texas Middle School League Conference. April, 1986 (Tyler, Texas). February, 1988 (El Paso, Texas). February, 1990 (Fort Worth, Texas).

Awards and Grants

  • Who's Who Among Teachers (1992).
  • Nominated for State Farm's Good Neighbor Teacher Award (1990).


Professional Activities

  • Texas Joint Council Teachers of English State Committee on the Essential Elements
  • Adopt a School Partnership of Longview Steering Council
  • Education Committee, Longview Partnership (Chamber of Commerce)
  • New Jersey Writing Institute