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Alma Heflin McCormick

Alma Heflin McCormick, American writer, retired educator, psychologist. One of the first American woman test pilot's, 1942. Member American Psychological Association, OX 5 Aviation Pioneers, Kappa Delta Pi.

Background

  • McCormick, Alma Heflin was born on September 2, 1910 in Winona, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Irvin Elgin and Nora Edith (Kelley) Heflin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Eastern Washington College, 1936. Master of Education, Eastern Washington College, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy, Clayton University, 1977.

    Career

    • Originator department severly mentally retarded Tri-City Public Schools, Richland, Washington, 1953, Parkland, 1955. Co-founder, director Adastra School for Gifted Children, Seattle, 1957-1964. Author professional publications, novels.

    Works

    • Editor: Cub Flyer, Western Story magazine, Wild West Weekly. Associate editor: Mexico City Daily News (English section of Novedades). Contributor articles to various publications, since 1937.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member American Psychological Association, OX 5 Aviation Pioneers, Kappa Delta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married Archie Thomas Edward McCormick, July 14, 1942 (deceased). Children: Thomas, James, Kelly Jean.
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    Born September 2, 1910
    • 1936
      Eastern Washington College
    • 1949
      Eastern Washington College
    • 1977
      Clayton University
    • 1953
      Originator department severly mentally retarded Tri-City Public Schools
      Richland, Washington, United States
    • 1955
      Originator department severly mentally retarded Tri-City Public Schools
      Parkland, Alberta, Canada

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