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Mary Sue Willmarth

Mary Sue Willmarth, American public information executive. Scripps-Howard scholar, 1986.


  • Willmarth, Mary Sue was born on January 2, 1963 in Pocatello, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Jack R. and Donna Mae (Sponheim) Polanchek.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, College of Great Falls, Montana, 1987.


    • Director, camera operator Station KRTV-3, Great Falls, 1985. Public relations administrator, intern City of Great Falls, 1985-1986. Account coordinator Wendt Advertising, 1987-1988.

      Public information director, assistant vice president for development College of Great Falls, since 1988. Chairperson Special Events Advisory Committee, Great Falls, since 1988.


    Active Leadership, Great Falls, 1989. Advisor Leadership High School, Great Falls, 1990-1991. Campaign v.i.p. Easter Seals Society, Great Falls, 1990-1992.

    Board directors Mental Health Association, Great Falls, 1990-1993, chairman public education, media committee, 1992. Marketing committee Great Falls Americans Hockey Team. Publicity director C.M. Russell We.

    Art Auction, since 1993, Community Compass, 1995. Member Women in Communications (job chair 1988-1989, 91-92, national delegate 1989), Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Montana Development Officers Association, Great Falls Advertising Federation.



    Reading, downhill skiing, travel, music, writing.


    • Married Mark Stephen Willmarth, June 23, 1990.
    • father: Jack R. Polanchek
    • mother: Donna Mae (Sponheim) Polanchek
    • spouse: Mark Stephen Willmarth
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    Born January 2, 1963
    (age 54)
    • 1987
      College of Great Falls
    • 1985
      Great Falls, Montana, United States
    • 1985 - 1986
      public relations administrator, City of Great Falls
    • 1985 - 1986
      intern, City of Great Falls
    • 1987 - 1988
      account coordinator, Wendt Advertising
    • 1988
      public information director, vice president for development College of Great Falls
    • 1988
      assistant, vice president for development College of Great Falls