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Educational assistant

Anita Lucine Ward, American educational assistant.


Ward, Anita Lucine was born on February 1, 1938 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of Gerald Sidney and Beatrice Ione (Brownell) Traynor.


Bachelor, University Rochester, 1960. Student, Oregon Institute of Technology, since 1980. Student, Oregon State University, Klamath Falls, since 1983.


Library, secretary physics. library Institute Optics, U. Rochester, New York, 1956-1960;secretary Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1960-1961;teacher, Libby (Montana) High School, 1961-1962;co-owner, Klamath Falls (Oregon) Army Store, 1979-1982;educational assistant, Henley High School, Klamath Falls, since 1982. Fire lookout Watchman Tower, Crater Lake (Oregon) National Park, summer 1960. Free-lance interpreter and translator, since 1960.

President Arc-en-Ciel Research and Translating, Klamath Falls, since 1988. Del White Conference on Library. & Information Superior vena cava syndrome, Washington, 1991.


  • Other Work

    • Translator: X-Rays of Optics, 1961.


Co-chair League of Women Voters, Klamath Falls, 1982-1983. Secretary, treasurer Board Eastern Oregon Health Systems Agency, Redmond, 1981-1988. President Klamath Arts Council, 1988-1989.

Chair Klamath County Democratic Center Committee, since 1991. Member American Association of University Women (grant named after, president Klamath County chapter 1976-1977), Oregon Library. Association, Klamath Solar Association, Business and Professional Women, World Futurist Society, Great Books, Klamath County History Landmarks Commission.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, researching, experimenting, traveling, swimming.


Married John George Zingg, November 26, 1959 (divorced 1982). Children: Larisa (deceased), Brian, Neil. Married John Gordon Ward, June 18, 1983.

Gerald Sidney Traynor

Beatrice Ione (Brownell) Traynor

John George Zingg

John Gordon Ward

Larisa Ward (deceased)

Brian Ward

Neil Ward