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Janice LaRae Alden Anderson

Janice LaRae Alden Anderson, American telecommunications executive. Recipient Toastmaster of Year, Woodbury, Minnesota, 1981. Volunteer director American Red Cross vision-hearing screening program, St. Paul, 1968—1971; secretary district 55, chair precinct 4 Indiana Republicans, 1978—1985; Member of Monterey Jacks Toastmasters (Bloomington, Minnesota) (president 1984), Heathkit Computer Users Group (treasurer 1982-1983), St. Paul-Minneapolis.

Background

  • Anderson, Janice LaRae Alden was born on December 1, 1935 in Frederic, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Clifford Oscar and Kathleen Harriet (Streed) Alden.

  • Career

    • Executive secretary Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, 1953—1960. Water safety instructor, trainer American Red Cross, Rocky River, Ohio and Shoreview, 1962—1970. Senior analyst Content Management System Contel, St. Paul., since 1971.

    Membership

    Volunteer director American Red Cross vision-hearing screening program, St. Paul, 1968—1971. Secretary district 55, chair precinct 4 Indiana Republicans, 1978—1985. Member of Monterey Jacks Toastmasters (Bloomington, Minnesota) (president 1984), Heathkit Computer Users Group (treasurer 1982-1983), St. Paul-Minneapolis.

    Connections

    • Married Thomas Anderson Roden, August 31, 1957 (divorced July 20, 1971). Children: Jacquelyn Lee, Thomas Alden. Married Robert William Anderson, July 29, 1973.
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    Born December 1, 1935
    • 1953 - 1960
      Executive, secretary Pillsbury Company
      Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
    • 1962 - 1970
      water safety instructor
      Rocky River, Ohio, United States
    • 1971
      senior, analyst Content Management System Contel

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