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A. Edward Totten, II, American educator. Certified community college instructor, California. Recipient Golden Apple Appreciation award, Pierce College Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society. Served with United States Army, 1962-1964.

Background

II, A. Edward Totten, was born on June 19, 1938 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Tracy Hall and Phyllis Sarah (Jarvis) T.

Education

Bachelor, University Hawaii, 1965. Master of Arts in Asian Art History, University Hawaii, 1968. Master of Arts in Teaching Foreign Language, Monterey Institute International Stud., 1994.

Career

Instructor English as Second Language Tezukayama College, Nara, Japan, 1968-1972. Teacher English as Second Language Manual Arts Commission Adult School, 1973. Administrative assistant County of Los Angeles Public Defender, 1974-1985.

Computer typesetter Berlitz transactions Services, Woodland Hills, California, 1985. Bookkeeper Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, 1986-1987. Instructor English as Second Language, mathematics, English grammar, accounting, word processing Glendale (California) Career College, 1987-1990.

Japanese language instructor East Los Angeles College, 1990-1991. Instructor English as Second Language, business writing Learning Tree University, 1990. Writer, manager CareerPro, Inc., Burbank, California, 1990-1991.

Faculty Los Angeles Pierce College, since 1991. Teacher Japanese Woodbury University, Burbank, California, 1992-1993, teacher Asian art history, 1994.

Achievements

  • Certified community college instructor, California.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Tezukayama College Journal, 1969-1972.

Membership

Served with United States Army, 1962-1964.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, writing, music.

Connections

Married Sumako Ann Yoshida, April 27, 1969. Children: Albert, Gregory, Sonia.

father:
Tracy Hall T.

mother:
Phyllis Sarah (Jarvis) T.

spouse:
Sumako Ann Yoshida

children:
Albert II

Gregory II

Sonia II