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educator , consultant , writer , author

Ada Ruth Carolyn Emde Dogger, Born: Milwaukee, November 4, 1925 Retired writer ( art: literature, Retired) educator, author, health science consultant.


Dogger, Ada Ruth Carolyn Emde was born on November 4, 1925 in Milwaukee. Daughter of John Henry and Ada Marie-Ruth (Klevenow) Emde.


Student Milwaukee Downer College, 1942-1945. Bachelor of Science, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 1963, Master of Science, 1965. Postgraduate Gallaudet College, 1969-1970, m.

James Russell Dogger, April 12, 1946.


Work-study assistant in bio-dynamic agricultural methods Kimberton (Pennsylvania) Farms, 1944, private kindergarten teacher, Madison, Wisconsin, 1946—1947, Raleigh, 1956—1957. Research assistant in pesticide screening Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Madison, 1947. Chemical research assistant American Machine & Foundry Company, Raleigh, 1955.

Microbiology research assistant in viruses, department bacteriology North Dakota State University, Fargo, 1962, staff assistant teaching radioisotopes, department pharmaceutical chemistry, bionucleonics, 1963—1965, assistant professor bionucleonics, radio-pharmaceuticals, 1968—1969, assistant radiological safety officer for campus, 1969, science instructor Fargo junior, senior public high schools, 1965—1966, 1968. Innovative science instructor Model Secondary School for the Deaf, Washington, 1969—1970. Resource, tutorial instructor for hearing-impaired grades 1-6 Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, 1971—1972.

Science curriculum innovator for hearing-impaired summer school, 1972. Innovative, tutorial program developer for hearing-impaired, grades 1-12 Tift County Schools, Tifton., 1973—1974, South Georgia representative Closer Look, Washington. Consultant in field; organizer Tift County Parents of Speech and Hearing Impaired Handicapped.

Information coordinator H.E.A.R. Foundation, Inc., National Information Center for Quiet, Washington. Senior vice president Jones, Tomblinson & Rhoades, Inc., Washington. Member steering committee 1st Presbyterian Church, Cary, 1953—1954, organizer women's group, 1953—1955.

Principal junior high department Presbyterian Church of Fargo, 1961—1962. Neighborhood chairman March of Dimes, Cary, 1954. Board directors Children's Theatre, Raleigh, 1956—1957.

Neighborhood chairman Obscene Literature Removal, Fargo, 1962.


Volunteer Alexander Graham Bell Association for Deaf, Washington, 1976—1977. Volunteer assistant (medical) in cancer research, Spring Valley, 1982. Faculty advisor National Young Leaders Conference Congressional Youth Leadership Council.

Organizer 2 Grand Waltz Balls, Wynstones School, Gloucester, 1986—1987. Active drug research interviews Great Britain, 1988—1989. Member faculty Congressional Youth Leadership Council, Washington, 1990.

Biological research associate in planetary configuration study Anthropos Society, 1991—1992, member science section. Member of North Carolina State University Club(Raleigh), Oklahoma State University Club, Faculty Women's Club, National Women's Book Club, Scientific & Medical Network, Institute Noetic Sciences International, Anthroposophical Society of America (North American science section spiritual science), International Platform Association, American Society Microbiology, American Security Council.


Married James Russell Dogger, April 12, 1946. Children: Allen James, Stuart Jon, Gary Robert(deceased).

John Henry Emde

Ada Marie-Ruth (Klevenow) Emde

James Russell Dogger

Allen James Dogger

Gary Robert Dogger (deceased)

Stuart Jon Dogger