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Mari Louise Andersson

Mari Louise Andersson, American writer, editor, consultant. Named Writer of Year, Christian Writers Guild, 1985, California Press Women, 1985. Member National Federation Press Women, Connecticut Press Club (1st president, Woman of Achievement 1979), Mensa (associate editor, Office Workstations Limited award).

Background

  • Andersson, Mari Louise was born on March 24, 1918 in Remsen, Iowa, United States. Daughter of David and Florence (Johnson) Andersson.

  • Education

    • Student, Northwestern University.

    Career

    • Writer/editor United Methodist Public House, Chicago, 1961-1968. Magazine editor American Society Safety Engineers, 1968-1969. Assistant Latin American affairs, protocol officer State of Illinois, Chicago, 1969-1972.

      Freelance writer newspapers, magazines.

    Works

    • Editor: The Spruce Goose, Seekers of the Spring, The Gladiator, The Galloping Swede, The Greek Portico, China Adventure, Antarctic Adventure. Author: Wry Goods, Fancy Notions, Altercations to Suit. Contributor articles to newspapers, magazines.

    Politics

    The use of force may be supported in extreme situations and when the need to do so is beyond reasonable doubt.

    Religion

    No one is beyond the reach of God's love. Salvation is there for everyone who turns to God, and not just for a chosen few.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    Every Church member should be trusted with responsibilities. In building the local Methodist groups or 'societies', they should be trained to maintain the meetings and give pastoral care and challenge to the members.

    Membership

    Member National Federation Press Women, Connecticut Press Club (1st president, Woman of Achievement 1979), Mensa (associate editor, Office Workstations Limited award).

    Personality

    Interests

    Writing, reading.

    Connections

    • 1 child, Robert.
    • father: David Andersson
    • mother: Florence (Johnson) Andersson
    • child: Robert Andersson
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    Born March 24, 1918
    Nationality
    • 1961 - 1968
      Writer, /editor United Methodist Public House
      Chicago, Illinois, United States
    • 1968 - 1969
      magazine editor American Society Safety Engineer, s
    • 1969 - 1972
      assistant, State of Illinois
      Chicago, Illinois, United States
    • 1969 - 1972
      protocol officer, State of Illinois
      Chicago, Illinois, United States

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