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Ann Blain Weldon, American religion writer. Bible teacher Sunday School Presbyterian Church, 1928—1964; board directors Aid to Refugees, 1983—1987; Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Philanthropic and Educational Organization, Florida Press Women (secretary 1981-1983, 1st and second place awards 1982, first place award 1983), Religion Newswriters Association, Womens Club, Garden Club, Sigma Delta Chi.

Background

Weldon, Ann Blain was born on June 12, 1911 in Roanoke, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Samuel Stuart and Jean Maurice (Vaughan) Blain.

Education

Student, National Business College, 1931. Student, University Virginia Extension, 1932—1936.

Career

Member secretarial, writing staffs Roanoke (Virginia) Times and World News newspapers, 1933-1941, also Station WDBJ-AM. Correspondent TimesPubl. Company, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1965-1970.

Religion writer St. Petersburg Evening Indiana, 1970-1985. Free-lance writer on religious events, other subjects, 1969-1989. Speaker women's groups.

Author: Twenty Years as a Religion Writer, 1988. Bible teacher Sunday School.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Twenty Years as a Religion Writer, 1988.

Membership

Member secretarial, writing staffs Roanoke (Virginia) Times and World News newspapers, 1933-1941, also Station WDBJ-AM. Member Daughters of the American Revolution, Religion Newswriters Association, Florida Press Women, (secretary 1981-1983, 1st and 2d Place awards 1982, 1st Place award 1983), Philanthropic and Educational Organization, Sigma Delta Chi. Clubs: garden, womens.

Connections

Married Jack Weldon Weldon, September 11, 0937. Children: Ann Stuart, John Blain.

father:
Samuel Stuart Blain

mother:
Jean Maurice (Vaughan) Blain

spouse:
Jack Weldon Weldon

children:
Ann Stuart Weldon

John Blain Weldon