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Dinah Lee Dittert

Dinah Lee Dittert, American broadcasting executive. Chairman Austin County Fair Parade, 1965—1975; organizer Democratic Women's Club Austin County, 1967; delegate Texas Democratic Convention, Dallas, 1967—1968; campaign manager Judge Lee Dittert, 1967—1974; organizer St. Mary's Episcopal Day School, 1965; Member of Chamber of Commerce, National Association Female Executives, Texas Ex-Students Association (life), Alpha Epsilon Rho.

Background

  • Dittert, Dinah Lee was born on October 8, 1934 in Gassville, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of William Mack and Helen Rosalea (Showalter) Van Sandt.

  • Education

    • Student, Sam Houston University, 1952—1953. Student, University Texas-Austin, 1953—1955.

    Career

    • Stringer Houston Post, since 1972. Columnist Belleville Times, 1973—1986. Owner curator Music Museum, since 1991.

      Co-owner Ad-Lib Advertising Agency, Bellville, since 1973. Manager communications KACO-AM, Belleville. General manager, co-owner, 1974—1991.

      Producer Lightcatcher Film Production Company, 1986—1990. Owner Penny Box Books, 1993—1997. Collaborator on feature-length movie scripts, movie extra Tigers Tale, 1987.

    Membership

    Chairman Austin County Fair Parade, 1965—1975. Organizer Democratic Women's Club Austin County, 1967. Delegate Texas Democratic Convention, Dallas, 1967—1968.

    Campaign manager Judge Lee Dittert, 1967—1974. Organizer St. Mary's Episcopal Day School, 1965. Member of Chamber of Commerce, National Association Female Executives, Texas Ex-Students Association (life), Alpha Epsilon Rho.

    Personality

    Interests

    Jazz.

    Connections

    • Married J. Lee Dittert, July 10, 1955. Children: Theresa Ann, Diana Lynn, Christopher Lee, Johanna Marie.
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    Born October 8, 1934
    • 1972
      Stringer Houston Post
    • 1973
      co-owner Ad-Lib Advertising Agency
      Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa
    • 1973 - 1986
      columnist Belleville Times
    • 1974 - 1991
      general manager
    • 1986 - 1990
      producer Lightcatcher Film Production Company
    • 1987
      collaborator on feature-length movie scripts
    • 1991
      owner curator Music Museum
    • 1993 - 1997
      owner Penny Box Books
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