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Janice Whitehill Rosenberger

Janice Whitehill Rosenberger, American speech and language pathologist. Recipient Junior Women's Club award, 1974, Editing International award, 1981, Activity Achievement award, 1985, Outstanding Contribution award, 1990, Award Continuing Education, 1993, President's award, 1980, Dedicated Service plaque for committent to provision of speech services in Northeast kingdom, 1995.

Background

  • Rosenberger, Janice Whitehill was born on September 27, 1943 in Newport, Vermont, United States. Daughter of Clarence Arthur and Doris Martha Jordan.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, Orange Coast College, 1974. Student, Portland (Oregon) State University, 1975. Bachelor of Science, Northern Illinois University, 1977.

      Master of Science, Marquette University, 1978. Postgraduate, University Vermont, 1982. Certified, University Vermont, 1990.

    Career

    • Accounts receivable clerk Yankton (South Dakota) College, 1963-1966. Library researcher Microwave Instruments Company, Corona del Mar, California, 1973. Teacher English as Second Language Libertyville (Illinois) School District, 1978-1980.

      Teacher General Educational Development Mundelein (Illinois) High School, 1979-1980. Speech-language pathologist Barre (Vermont) City Schools, 1981-1983, Orleans Essex Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice, Inc., Newport, Vermont, 1983-2000. Workshop presenter College Lake County, Grayslake, Illinois, 1980.

      Executive secretary Paul Rosenberger Appraiser, North Troy, Vermont, 1982-1999. Recorder, auditor, member professional health advisory committee, 1984-1994, support group facilitator, 1992-1993. Facilitator, time keeper Newport Early Action Team, 1986-1998.

      Speech-language pathologist Orleans and Essex North Supervisory Union, Derby, Vermont, 1987-1990, member infectious control committee, 1996-1997.

    Works

    • Editor books.

    Membership

    President church women's group, North Troy, 1987—1989. Member Hospital Auxiliary, 1986—1997. Secretary Friendly Class Union, 1986—1988, vice president, since 2000.

    Election judge state government, Mundelein, 1978—1979. Supervisor, member United Church Christ, since 1984. Member Vermont Conference Christian Education Cluster, 1982—1984.

    Member of After 5 Club (telephone chairman 1984-1985, bible coordinator 1985-1990, 1993-1994, chairman 1992-1993, area representative 1994-1998, coordinator 1999—2000, speaker since 1995).

    Personality

    Interests

    Music, writing, exercise, reading.

    Connections

    • Children: Gregory, Karen, Andrew.
    • father: Clarence Arthur
    • mother: Doris Martha Jordan
    • children: Gregory Rosenberger
    • Karen Rosenberger
    • Andrew Rosenberger
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    Born September 27, 1943
    (age 74)
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