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Geraldine Hughes Grant

Geraldine Hughes Grant, American government official. Recipient Certified of Appreciation, Shelley School Child Development Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1979.


  • Grant, Geraldine Hughes was born on June 27, 1923 in Warren, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Willie and Daisy (Hunter) Hughes.

  • Education

    • Student Arkansas Baptist College, 1940-1941, 44-46, Arkansas State College, summer 1947, Los Angeles Junior College Business, 1957, Los Angeles City College, 1958-1960. M.Sci. of Administration, California State University, 1979.


    • Stepchildren: Kenneth, Phyllis Mary. Teacher elementary public schools, Arkansas, 1944-1947. Posting machine operator, Kansas City, Missouri, 1952-1953.

      File clerk Immigration and Naturalization Service, Department Justice, Los Angeles, 1954-1956, information clerk, 1956-1962, supervisory contact representative, 1962-1970, immigration inspector, 1970-1975, immigration examiner, 1975-1978, acting immigration examiner supervisor, 1978, supervisory immigration examiner, 1978-1983. Minister of music children's department Sunday school Victory Baptist Church, 1955-1961, adult Sunday school teacher, since 1962, member Voices of Victory Choir, since 1953.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Member National Council Negro Women (life, Special Recognition award 1979, 81), American Institute Parliamentarians (president local chapter 1977-1978, 80-81), Eta Phi Beta (president local chapter 1973-1974, 80-82, recording secretary 1965-1966, western regional director 1969-1973, grand director education 1974-1978, 2d national vice president 1982-1986), Black Women's Forum, Alpha Kappa Alpha (chairman committee Mu Beta Omega chapter 1984). Club: Toastmistress (council delegate 1979-1980).


    • Married Joseph Grant, January 12, 1962. 1 child, William Thomas.
    • father: Willie Hughes
    • mother: Daisy (Hunter) Hughes
    • spouse: Joseph Grant
    • child: William Thomas Grant
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    Born June 27, 1923