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Marguerite Fonnesbeck Kloepfer

Marguerite Fonnesbeck Kloepfer, American writer. President Foothill chapter National Charity League Inc., Ontario, 1965-1967, national president, 1968-1970; president Interfraternity Mother's Clubs council University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1971-1972.

Background

  • Kloepfer, Marguerite Fonnesbeck was born on November 13, 1916 in Logan, Utah, United States. Daughter of Leon and Jean (Brown) Fonnesbeck.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Utah State University, 1937.

    Career

    • Legal secretary Lynn W. Kloepfer, Attorney, Ontario, California, 1958-1974. Freelance writer, novelist, since 1974.

    Works

    • Author: (novels) Bentley, 1979, Singles Survival, 1979, But Where is Love, 1980, The Heart and the Scarab, 1981, Schatten in der Wuste, 1983, In A Pickle, 2003, Hope's Beat, 2003. Contributor short stories, articles.

    Membership

    President Foothill chapter National Charity League Inc., Ontario, 1965-1967, national president, 1968-1970. President Interfraternity Mother's Clubs council University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1971-1972. Clubs: Friday Afternoon (West San Bernardino County) (president 1986-1987).

    Connections

    • Married Lynn William Kloepfer, August 6, 1937. Children: William Leon, Kenneth Lynn, Kathryn Kloepfer Ellis, Robert Alan.
    • father: Leon Fonnesbeck
    • mother: Jean (Brown) Fonnesbeck
    • spouse: Lynn William Kloepfer
    • children: William Leon Kloepfer
    • Kenneth Lynn Kloepfer
    • Kathryn Kloepfer Ellis Kloepfer
    • Robert Alan Kloepfer
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    Born November 13, 1916
    Nationality
    • 1937
      Utah State University
    • 1958 - 1974
      Legal secretary, Lynn W. Kloepfer
      Ontario, Canada
    • 1958 - 1974
      Attorney, Lynn W. Kloepfer
      Ontario, Canada
    • 1974
      freelance writer