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Ann Brenton Van Dusen

Ann Brenton Van Dusen, American writer. Certified teacher, Idaho, certified volunteer tutor Laubach method. Coordinator American Cancer Society, Boise, 1954-1969; committee chairman Idaho Mental Health Association, 1962-1968; volunteer Caldwell (Idaho) Hospital Auxiliary; Member Philanthropic and Educational Organization (president Meridian 1983-1985).

Background

  • Dusen, Ann Brenton Van was born on June 15, 1919 in Blackfoot, Idaho, United States.

  • Education

    • Student art history, University of Americas, Mexico City, 1978. Certified, Famous Writer's School, 1981. Bachelor in English, College Idaho, 1985.

    Career

    • Elementary teacher rural school district, Meridian, Idaho, 1940-1942. Teacher English to students who speak another language.

    Major achievements

    • Certified teacher, Idaho, certified volunteer tutor Laubach method.

    Works

    • Author: Who's Depressed?, 1984 (Strata merit award 1984).

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Religious Science Church

    Membership

    Coordinator American Cancer Society, Boise, 1954-1969. Committee chairman Idaho Mental Health Association, 1962-1968. Volunteer Caldwell (Idaho) Hospital Auxiliary.

    Member Philanthropic and Educational Organization (president Meridian 1983-1985).

    Personality

    Interests

    Needlecrafts, collecting art.

    Connections

    • Daughter of Henry Kirk and Margaret Mary (Burrell) Williams. Divorced; children: Delbert Wayne, Brenton John (deceased).
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    Born June 15, 1919
    Died June 25, 2005
    (aged 86)
    • 1978
      University of Americans
    • 1981
      Famous Writer's School
    • 1985
      College Idaho
    • 1940 - 1942
      Elementary teacher, rural school district
      Meridian, Mississippi, United States