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public speaker , researcher , writer

Ann Bernice Druffel, American Researcher, writer. Avocations: hiking, ocean swimming, snorkeling, gardening, reading. F C. Recipient certified of appreciation American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics-Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/Harvard-Radcliffe Club, 1989.

Background

Druffel, Ann Bernice was born on August 12, 1926 in Riverside, California, United States. Daughter of William and Aileen (Walsh) McElroy.

Education

Bachelor in Sociology, Immaculate Heart College. Postgraduate, Catholic University, Washington. Postgraduate, RSW California.

Career

Family and child welfare worker, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, 1948-1953;researcher, National Investigations Committee for Aerial Phenomena, Washington, 1957-1973;researcher, Center for unidentified flying object Studies, Chicago, since 1975;investigator, Mutual unidentified flying object Network, Seguin, Texas, since 1973;assistant researcher, consultant, Mobius Society, Los Angeles, 1986-1992. Public speaker on psychic phenomena, unidentified flying object's, Native American sacred sites at science conferences, symposia, academy and civic groups.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Ireland for lost grave of Robert Emmet (patriot).

Works

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Research, exploring sacred sites.

Connections

Married Charles K. Druffel, January 24, 1953. Children: Ellen, Diana, Carolyn, Charlotte, Allis Annual.

father:
William McElroy

mother:
Aileen (Walsh) McElroy

spouse:
Charles K. Druffel

children:
Ellen Druffel

Diana Druffel

Carolyn Druffel

Charlotte Druffel

Allis Annual Druffel