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Sarah Crumbley Teague

Sarah Crumbley Teague was American state official.

Background

  • Teague, Sarah Crumbley was born on August 17, 1938 in Cullman County, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Burr and Alma Lou (Reid) Crumbley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Samford University, 1959.

    Career

    • Assistant in public relations Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, 1959-1964. Reporter, editor Birmingham Post-Herald, 1964-1985. Editor faculty and staff newspaper Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1986-1988.

      Editor diocesan newspaper Episcopal Diocese of Central Gulf Coast, Mobile and Pensacola, Florida, 1989-1994. Consultant, liaison to news media Alabama State Docks, Mobile, 1990-1992, manager public affairs and legislation liaison, 1992—2002.

    Membership

    Member membership and selection committee Leadership Mobile, 1996. Member steering committee Mobile United, 1998. Member task force Envision Mobile/Baldwin, 1998-1999.

    Member executive board Mobile Area council Boy Scouts American, 1998-2002. Board directors Mobile Homeless Coalition, 1999-2004, Mobile Botanical Gardens, 1999-2002. Advisory council Mobile (Alabama) Museum Art, since 2004.

    Member of Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce (government relations committee 1990—2002), Gulf Ports Association (chairman public relations committee 1997), American Association Port Authorities 1998-1999, Rotary (chairman public relations Mobile), Propeller Club Mobile (chairman public relations 1996-1997), Press Club Mobile (board directors 1997—2001, president), International Trade Club (board directors 1993—2004, secretary Mobile).

    Connections

    • Married Donald Wayne Teague, February 20, 1960 (deceased December 1997).
    • father: James Burr Crumbley
    • mother: Alma Lou (Reid) Crumbley
    • spouse: Donald Wayne Teague
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    • 1959
      Samford University
    • 1959 - 1964
      Assistant, in public relations Samford University
      Birmingham, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
    • 1964 - 1985
      reporter
    • 1986 - 1988
      editor faculty and staff newspaper Vanderbilt University
      Nashville, Tennessee, United States
    • 1989 - 1994
      editor diocesan newspaper Episcopal Diocese of Central Gulf Coast
      Florida, United States
    • 1990 - 1992
      consultant
      Mobile, Alabama, United States