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Juanita Maxine Riedel

Juanita Maxine Riedel, American writing educator. Member American Association of University Women (president 1976-1978, grantee 1980), Beta Sigma Phi (various offices 1949.

Background

  • Riedel, Juanita Maxine was born on November 17, 1918 in Overbrook, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Albert Ernest and Gladys Jennie (Hadsell) Smith.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Engineering, University Kansas, 1944.

    Career

    • Instructor creative writing Jackson (Michigan) Community College, 1979-1986. Instructor Creative Writers Workshop, Jackson, since 1982.

    Works

    • Author: Words--Power and the Pattern, 1981, Church on Main Street, Jackson, Michigan, 1984, Wahroonga, 1994, Sidewalks, 1995. Editor numerous books.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member American Association of University Women (president 1976-1978, grantee 1980), Beta Sigma Phi (various offices 1949.

    Connections

    • Married Richard Joseph Riedel, May 16, 1943 (deceased August 1988). Children: Nancy Riedel Basford, Linda Riedel Haynes.
    • father: Albert Ernest Smith
    • mother: Gladys Jennie (Hadsell) Smith
    • spouse: Richard Joseph Riedel
    • children: Nancy Riedel Basford Riedel
    • Linda Riedel Haynes Riedel
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    Born November 17, 1918
    Nationality
    • 1944
      University Kansas
    • 1979 - 1986
      Instructor, creative writing Jackson (Michigan) Community College
    • 1982
      instructor, Creative Writers Workshop
      Jackson, Mississippi, United States