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educator

Alice Hogan Slayton, American educator. Recipient first place award, West Virginia Federation Women's Clubs, 1975-1976. Member of American Association of University Women, Ohio School Board Association.

Background

Slayton, Alice Hogan was born on October 7, 1944 in Florence, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Milton Earl and Mary Edith (Horsfield) Hogan.

Education

Bachelor, Converse College, 1967.

Career

Teacher AB4 Skol Bridgeport, West Virginia, 1972—1976, San Benito School, Humacao, Puerto Rico, 1976—1980, Wesley Pre-School, Fostoria, Ohio, 1980—1986. Member Fostoria Economic Development Association Excellence Education Committee, since 1983, Fostoria City School Board, since 1982, vice president, 1983, president, 1984. Founder Fostoria Teacher of Year Award Committee, 1983.

Fostoria representative Sentinel Vocational School Board, 1985. Candidate Fostoria Hospital Board, 1987, Fostoria City School Board, 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (booklet) Moving to Puerto Rico, 1976.

Membership

Member of American Association of University Women, Ohio School Board Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, needlecrafts, photography.

Connections

Married Arthur Joseph Slayton, February 19, 1966. Children: Arthur, Amy Catherine.

father:
Milton Earl Hogan

mother:
Mary Edith (Horsfield) Hogan

spouse:
Arthur Joseph Slayton

child:
Arthur Slayton

child:
Amy Catherine Slayton