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Merrill Clyde Mcewen

Merrill Clyde Mcewen, American educator. Member Ohio Music Education Association (president 1931-1935), Music Educators National Conference; Kiwanian.

Background

  • Mcewen, Merrill Clyde was born on September 7, 1900 in Lawrenceville, New York, United States. Son of Guy Carlton and Mary Aurelia (Reeve) Mcewen.

  • Education

    • Student Clarkson College Technology, 1918-1919, Crane School Music, 1919-1921, University of Wisconsin. Bachelor of Science, Columbia, 1925. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1933.

    Career

    • December 1952); children—Douglas, Stephen, Michael, Carol, Ellen. Staff music department Bowling Green State University, 1921-1925, 28-—, successively instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, to 1945, professor music, since 1945, chairman music department, since 1941;supervisor music Mansfield (O.) Public Schools, 1925-1928.

    Membership

    Member Ohio Music Education Association (president 1931-1935), Music Educators National Conference.

    Connections

    • Married Marcella Marie Kammerer, August 4, 1927 (deceased. Children: Douglas, Stephen, Michael, Carol, Ellen.
    • father: Guy Carlton Mcewen
    • mother: Mary Aurelia (Reeve) Mcewen
    • spouse: Marcella Marie Kammerer
    • children: Douglas Mcewen
    • Stephen Mcewen
    • Michael Mcewen
    • Carol Mcewen
    • Ellen Mcewen
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    Died November 2, 1957
    (aged 57)
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