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Nancy Anne Wahonick-McGormley

Nancy Anne Wahonick-McGormley, American communications consultant, educator. Recipient Cleveland State University Literary award, 1974, Outstanding Alumnae award, Cleveland State University, 1976, Hinkhouse-DeRose award, 1982; Career Advancement grant, State of Ohio, 1975.

Background

  • Wahonick-McGormley, Nancy Anne was born on August 20, 1935 in Baldwin, Florida, United States. Daughter of Herbert A. and Jeannette (Rainer) Pope.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Cleveland State University, 1976. Master of Arts, St. Louis University, 1980.

    Career

    • Vice president communications National Benevolent Association, St. Louis, 1976—1985. Professor, director communications department Maryville University, since 1984.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Contributing author All God's Children, 1979.

    Religion

    Denomination: Christian Church

    Membership

    Media liaison Reagan/Bush Innagural Committee, Washington, 1981. Religious press representative Carter/Ford Debates, 1976. Trustee W. Shore Chorale, Lakewood, Ohio, 1972—1976.

    Member Lakewood Ohio Civil Service Commission, 1973—1974, Arts and Education Committee and Missouri Arts Council, 1979—1981. Public relations director Crestwood Children's Theatre, 1980—1983. President Town & Country Educational Foundation, Inc., since 1992.

    Member long range planning committee Webster Groves Christian Church, St. Louis. Board directors, church school director Lakewood Christian Church, Cleveland, 1959—1976. Member of Women in Communications (award 1984), Public Relations Society of America, Associate Church Press (director 1980-1982), Religious Public Relations Council (treasurer 1980-1982), St. Louis Press Club.

    Connections

    • Married Donald R. Wahonick, July 3, 1955 (divorced 1975). Children: Donald R., Bobbie Ruth. Married Duane McGormley, April 23, 1994.
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    Born August 20, 1935
    • 1976
      Cleveland State University
    • 1980
      St. Louis University
    • 1976 - 1985
      Vice president, communications National Benevolent Association
    • 1984
      professor, communications department Maryville University
    • 1984
      director, communications department Maryville University