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Gracemary Booth Greenleaf

Gracemary Booth Greenleaf, American lawyer, writer. Bar: New York, 1967, Colorado, 1972, United States District Court Colorado, 1972. Recipient Community Challenge award United Bank Denver, 1983.


  • Greenleaf, Gracemary Booth was born on August 24, 1939 in Mineola, New York, United States. Daughter of John Edwards and Katherine (Keeler) Booth.

  • Education

    • AB, Bryn Mawr College, 1961. Juris Doctor, Fordham University, 1967.


    • Associate Harry Lipsig, esq., New York City, 1967-1968. Administrator personal trust officer Chase Manhattan Bank, 1971. Personal trust officer United Bank of Denver, 1972-1981, associate counsel, 1981-1984.

      Principal Personal Transitions Counselling, Littleton, Colorado, 1986-1988. Registered representative John Hancock, 1988. Presenter seminars Personal Transitions Seminars Company, Aurora, Colorado, 1986.

      Lecturer law University Denver Law School, 1986.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York, 1967, Colorado, 1972, United States District Court Colorado, 1972.


    • Author poems.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Board directors, trustee Patten Institute for Arts, Denver, 1981-1984, 89—, Animal Assistance Association, Denver, since 1978. Trustee, secretary, treasurer Colorado Episcopalian Foundation, Denver, since 1986. Vestry member St. Gregory's Episcopalian Church, Littleton, Colorado, 1983-1987, Stephens Minister, since 1987.

    Member Colorado Bar Association Clubs: Colorado Mountain (Denver) (councillor 1981-1984).



    Hiking, cross country skiing, photography, travel.


    • Married Henry D. James, August 8, 1970 (divorced 1978). Married Emile Edgar Greenleaf, February 14, 1981 (deceased August 1985).
    • father: John Edwards Booth
    • mother: Katherine (Keeler) Booth
    • spouses: Henry D. James
    • Emile Edgar Greenleaf
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    Born August 24, 1939