|Honored by:||C. Gordon Sanders|
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Resided in Ames, Iowa from October 1949 to Dec. 1993
Birthplace: Springfield, Illinois, Dec. 17, 1922
Graduated: East High School, Waterloo, IA, 1941
Attended: Iowa State Teachers College, 1942-1947
Graduated: BLS Degree Iowa State University, August, 1981.
Received Paul Harris Fellow Designation 1993.
Activities-most recent to past:
University Museums Acquisition Committee, serving on the Board of Friends of University Museums Past President, President, Vice President Charter member appointed by Mayor Goodland to the Ames Commission on the Arts
Docent for University Museums 1981-1992
Inventoried the Farmhouse holdings
Lecturer for Friends workshop, care and preservation of Farmhouse artifacts Fund raiser for acquisitions Grant effort from State Questers for Farmhouse
Grant effort from Rotary for help with visiting Artist(Brunier)
Honored by Ames chapter of American Association of University Women (date 1983-84)
Named gift to National Education Endowment Foundation
Charter member of Questers Chapter Dane 207, Ames, IA and officer
Charter member of Ames TTT chapter D,K Officer
President of Ames TTT council twice
Co-chaired with Martha Benson, The Octagon, an exhibit and tour guide.
Life member of Mary Greeley Medical Center Auxiliary
Worked on Art Displays at the hospital 1993.
Den mother for two sons (one of which graduated from Iowa State University)
Faculty Women's Club member from 1948-1993.
Served many offices-charter member of two divisions.
Served very well the duties of the wife of a department chair (1968-1974) and all the years before and after the expected support of the organizations.
Submitted on 1/4/95