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Naida Anita Ayadi

Naida Anita Ayadi was American legislative assistant. Recipient Honorary Recruiter award United States Air Force Recruiting Service, 1983.

Background

  • Ayadi, Naida Anita was born on September 3, 1932 in Zephyrhills, Florida, United States. Daughter of John Francis and Barbara Anita (Forbes) Hohenthaner.

  • Education

    • Student, University Maryland Extension, Bitburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1960. Student, Ventura College, California, 1964. Student, California Polytechnic Institute, 1965.

      Bachelor of Business Administration in Business & Administrator, Travel & Tourism, Lansing Community College, 1993.

    Career

    • Editorial assistant Ventura Star Free Press, 1963-1964. Supervisor editorial proofreaders Telegram Tribune, San Luis Obispo, California, 1964-1966. Copy editor Pontiac Press (name now Oakland Press), Michigan, 1966-1967, Macomb Daily, Mount Clemens, 1967-1968.

      City editor Utica Sentinel, 1968-1969. Political reporter, acting managing editor Community News, East Detroit, 1969-1972. Research assistant Michigan House Representatives, Lansing, 1973-1977, administrative assistant, 1977-1991.

      Instructor German language Lansing School District, 1993-1996. Holt Public Schools, since 1996. Administrative assistant Charles R. Green & Associates, Lansing.

      Public relations coordinator, editor Michigan Paralyzed Veterans American. State secretary Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1996-1997.

    Works

    • Author, editor: Investigative Report of Committee on Department of Licensing and Regulation, 1976. Editor: Liederkranz Newsletter, 1993-1996.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Secretary 3d District Democratic Committee, Kalamazoo, 1979-1984. Secretary Eaton County (Michigan) Democratic Committee, 1979-1984, treasurer 1984-1989. Member Michigan Press Women (Woman of Achievement award 1983, president 1987-1989), Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary (Meritorious Service award 1980, district president 1986-1987), American Legion (Meritorious Service award 1980).

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel, languages.

    Connections

    • Married World Trade Walden Senior, March 5, 1950. Married Emir Ayadi, December 15, 1966 (divorced 1972). Children: William Thomas Junior, Barbara Jo, Carolyn S., Michael G., Steven C., Juanita N.
    • father: John Francis Hohenthaner
    • mother: Barbara Anita (Forbes) Hohenthaner
    • spouses: World Trade Walden Senior
    • Emir Ayadi
    • children: William Thomas Junior Ayadi
    • Barbara Jo Ayadi
    • Carolyn S. Ayadi
    • Michael G. Ayadi
    • Steven C. Ayadi
    • Juanita N. Ayadi
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