Cleda Pollard Hedrich
Cleda Pollard Hedrich, American real estate broker, writer. Real Estate Broker State of Florida, 1974.
Hedrich, Cleda Pollard was born on July 3, 1940 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Herschel Newton and Frances Morton Pollard.
Bachelor, University of North Carolina, 1960—1962.
Executive assistant to the president London & Cheshire Insurance Company, London, 1962—1963. Executive assistant Eurofinance, Paris, 1963—1964. Psychiatric assistant Emory University (Grady Hospital), Atlanta, 1965—1966.
Elementary teacher City of Chicago School Systems, Chicago, 1967—1967. Book editor MacMillan Public Company, New York City, 1967—1969. Editor International Journal of Psychiatry, International Journal of Child Psychotherapy, International Journal of Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy, 1970—1972.
Real estate broker/owner Pollard & Hedrich Realty Inc., Bonita Springs, Florida, since 1976. Vice president/owner Hickory Homes, Inc., since 1976.
Real Estate Broker State of Florida, 1974.
Author: (novels) A Place to Go Someday, (mystery novel) Threat of a Stranger, (screenplays).