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Julianne E. Anderson

Julianne E. Anderson, American investment broker and branch manager. Certified secondary teacher.


  • Anderson, Julianne E. was born on June 28, 1949 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States. Daughter of John C. and Katharine (Safely) Eichhorn.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English and Education, University Iowa, 1970.


    • Teacher Cedar Rapids Community School District, 1970-1974. Supervisor student teachers Coe College, Cedar Rapids, 1980. President Farm Home Offices, 1981-1987.

      Investment executive Paine Webber, 1987-1989. Senior investment broker Albert Gallatin Edwards, since 1989, branch manager, since 1991.

    Major achievements

    • Certified secondary teacher.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Volunteer Linn County Juvenile Probation, 1973-1975. Chairman Cultural Affairs Advisory Council, since 1986. Board directors Mercy Women's Health Center, since 1986, Greater Cedar Rapids Foundation, since 1993.

    Trustee State History Foundation, 1988-1990. Trustee Young Women’s Christian Association, since 1988, president, 1981-1982. President Junior League, Cedar Rapids, 1982-1983, member, since 1970.

    Member Iowa Humanities Board National Endowment of the Humanities, 1980-1987, president, 1985-1986. Member Cedar Rapids School District Foundation, 1982-1988, president, 1982-1983. Member President Club University Iowa, Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Chamber (board directors 1983-1986, 92—), Alpha Lambda Delta.


    • Married Thomas G. Anderson, August 16, 1969 (divorced May 1992). Children: Thomas J., Brittain L.
    • father: John C. Eichhorn
    • mother: Katharine (Safely) Eichhorn
    • spouse: Thomas G. Anderson
    • children: Thomas J. Anderson
    • Brittain L. Anderson
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    Born June 28, 1949
    (age 68)
    • 1970
      University Iowa
    • 1970 - 1974
      Teacher, Cedar Rapids Community School District
    • 1980
      supervisor student teacher, s Coe College
      Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States
    • 1981 - 1987
      president, Farm Home Offices
    • 1987 - 1989
      investment executive, Paine Webber