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Luck Flanders Gambrell

Luck Flanders Gambrell, business executive. Co-recipient Award, Bronze Statue, "Sightless Among Miracles", Carter Center, 2007; recipient East Georgia College Student Center named in her honor, Swainsboro, Georgia, 2002.

Background

  • Gambrell, Luck Flanders was born on January 17, 1930. Daughter of William Henry and Mattie Moring (Mitchell) Flanders.

  • Education

    • Graduate, St. Mary's College, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1948. AB, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1950. Diplome d'etudes françaises, L'Institut de Touraine, Tours, France, 1951.

    Career

    • Chairman board directors LFG Company, since 1960.

    Membership

    Member State Board Public Safety, 1981—1990, Chapter National Cathedral, Washington, 1981—1985, World Service Council Young Women’s Christian Association, since 1965. Chairman board directors Student Aid Foundation, Atlanta, 1992—1999. Life member board councilors Carter Center, Emory University.

    Member board advisors Emory University, Atlanta, 2001—2004. Council member Presbytery Greater Atlanta, 1988. Elder First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta.

    Board directors Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 1982—1985. Member of Atlanta Junior League, Alpha Delta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married David Henry Gambrell, October 16, 1953. Children: Luck G. Davidson, David Henry, Alice Kathleen, Mary G. Rolinson.
    • father: William Henry
    • mother: Mattie Moring
    • spouse: David Henry Gambrell
    • children: Luck G. Davidson Gambrell
    • David Henry Gambrell
    • Alice Kathleen Gambrell
    • Mary G. Rolinson Gambrell
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    Born January 17, 1930
    • 1948
      St. Mary's College
    • 1950
      Duke University
    • 1951
      L'Institut de Touraine
    • 1960
      Chairman, board directors LFG Company