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Charlotte Pink

Charlotte Pink, American social worker, educator. member of the board jury commissioner Grant County, Wisconsin, 1947-1973; member board directors Grant County chapter; member board, policy advising committee Senior Citizens Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program S.W. District Named Woman of Year by Wisconsin division American Cancer Society, 1955.; Member Catholic Daus. American (grant regent Lancaster 1940-1945.

Background

  • Pink, Charlotte was born on February 6, 1896 in Cassville, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Joseph J. and Leonora (Martin) Seipp.

  • Education

    • Student Platteville Teachers College, University of Chicago.

    Career

    • Mary (Mistress Louis Eversoll). Teacher elementary school, also dramatics, various Wisconsin schools, 1915-1918. Teacher speech and lip-reading for deaf Milwaukee Teachers College, 1920.

      Teacher charge speech and lip-reading Day Schools for Deaf Children, Tacoma, Washington, 1920-1921, St. Paul, 1921-1922, Racine, Wisconsin, 1924-1927. Conducted own school adult deaf, Racine, summers 1925-1927.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member of the board jury commissioner Grant County, Wisconsin, 1947-1973. Member board directors Grant County chapter. Member board, policy advising committee Senior Citizens Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program S.W. District Named Woman of Year by Wisconsin division American Cancer Society, 1955.

    Member Catholic Daus. American (grant regent Lancaster 1940-1945.

    Connections

    • Married John M. Pink, November 22, 1927.
    • father: Joseph J. Seipp
    • mother: Leonora (Martin) Seipp
    • spouse: John M. Pink
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    Born February 6, 1896
    Died June, 1973
    (aged 77)
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