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Madge Marie Wallin

Madge Marie Wallin was librarian, musician. Recipient international awards for flower arranging, 1986, 1988, 1989, Mary Johnson award. Fellow: Daughters of the American Revolution, National Trust Historic Preservation (historic preservation award 1994), Port Townsend Garden Club (president, board directors, life judge, Gardener of Year); member: His. Society Jefferson County (arts and crafts board directors).

Background

  • Wallin, Madge Marie was born on August 28, 1917 in Algona, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Samuel Gordon Felt and Lola Dorothy Woodruff.

  • Education

    • Student in English literature, Seattle Community College, 1948—1949. Student, University Washington. Student, Olympia Peninsula College, Washington, 1973—1975.

    Career

    • Lead clerk tool engineering, library Boeing Headquarters, Seattle, 1950—1964. Library City of Port Townsend, 1943—1945, 1948—1962.

    Works

    • Singer: Seattle Madrigal Society, radio, television, Seattle Opera House, others.

    Membership

    Fellow: Daughters of the American Revolution, National Trust Historic Preservation (historic preservation award 1994), Port Townsend Garden Club (president, board directors, life judge, Gardener of Year). Member: His. Society Jefferson County (arts and crafts board directors).

    Personality

    Interests

    Walking, sightseeing, birdwatching, gardening, writing.

    Connections

    • Married Charles Edward Wallin, April 5, 1942 (deceased March 6, 1991).
    • father: Samuel Gordon Felt
    • mother: Lola Dorothy Woodruff
    • spouse: Charles Edward Wallin
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    Born August 28, 1917
    Died November, 2003
    (aged 86)
    Nationality
    • 1943 - 1945
      library City of Port Townsend
    • 1948 - 1962
      library City of Port Townsend
    • 1950 - 1964
      Lead clerk, tool engineering
      Seattle, Washington, United States