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Cathleen Crist Beaudoin

Cathleen Crist Beaudoin, American library director, researcher. Board advisors New Hampshire Humanities Council, Concord, 2001—2004; board directors Dover Main St., 2002—2005; fundraiser United Way Greater Seacoast, Newington, since 2001; Member of American Library Association, New England Library. Association, New Hampshire Library. Association.

Background

  • Beaudoin, Cathleen Crist was born on December 30, 1952 in Rochester, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Lloyd Keith and Anne (Carpenter) Crist.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English Literature, University New Hampshire, 1974. Master of Science in Library. Science, Simmons College, 1975.

    Career

    • Reference library Dover (New Hampshire) Public Library., 1975—1981, assistant library director, 1981—1998, system administrator, 1995—1998, library director, since 1999. Instructor library science University New Hampshire, Durham, 1982—1984. Chair Urban Public Library.

      Consortium, Concord, New Hampshire, 2004—2005.

    Works

    • Co-author: Port of Dover: Two Centuries of Shipping, 1988. Author: (scripts) The Factory Revealed, 2003, Grave Yarns: The Cemetery Revealed, 2004, Garrison Hill: The Panorama Revealed, 2005.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Board advisors New Hampshire Humanities Council, Concord, 2001—2004. Board directors Dover Main St., 2002—2005. Fundraiser United Way Greater Seacoast, Newington, since 2001.

    Member of American Library Association, New England Library. Association, New Hampshire Library. Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, skiing, golf, travel.

    Connections

    • Married Kenneth Daughter of Beaudoin, Junior, May 8, 1976.
    • father: Lloyd Keith Crist
    • father: Beaudoin Crist
    • mother: Anne (Carpenter) Crist
    • spouse: Kenneth Daughter of Beaudoin
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    Born December 30, 1952
    (age 63)
    Nationality
    • 1974
      University New Hampshire
    • 1975
      Simmons College