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educator , journalist

Ann Lyons Fry, American Journalist, educator. Co-founder Stowe Children's Theatre, 1963; delegate Vermont State Democratic Convention, Killington, 1988. Member Vermont American Civil Liberties Union (charter/founding member).

Background

Fry, Ann Lyons was born on April 3, 1929 in Barre, Vermont, United States. Daughter of William Michael Lyons and Irene (Barton) Lyons Ladd.

Education

Bachelor, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1951; Master of Arts, Breadloaf School of English Midd, Vermont, 1967; postgraduate, McGill University, 1972-1977.

Career

Reporter, Barre Times Inc., 1947-1948; reporter, women's editor, Burlington (Vermont) Free Press, 1951-1952; reporter, women's editor, Montreal Gazette, 1952-1953; director of information, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont, 1960-1963; writing faculty, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont, 1962-1963; assistant professor of literature and writing (English), Johnson (Vermont) State College, 1967-1984; freelance writer, New York Times Inc., Newsweek, Associated Press, Mademoiselle, Vermont Life and ot, Stowe, Vermont, 1963-1967, 84-. Lecturer Council on Humanities, Hyde Park, Vermont, 1983. Assistant director Johnson College in France, Cap/D'Ail, 1972, consultant Stowe School, Inc., 1984-1987.

Canadian-American Seminar, Goddard College, 1962-1963. Educator Vermont College, Norwich U., since 1987. Educational consultant Gila River Indian Community, Sacaton, Arizona, 1993, 94.

Membership

Co-founder Stowe Children's Theatre, 1963. Delegate Vermont State Democratic Convention, Killington, 1988. Member Vermont American Civil Liberties Union (charter/founding member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fishing, drawing, gardening.

Connections

Married John S. Fry, September 21, 1952 (divorced 1963). Children: Leslie Stevenson and William Lyons.

father:
William Michael Lyons Ladd

mother:
Irene (Barton) Lyons Ladd

spouse:
John S. Fry

child:
Leslie Stevenson and William Lyons Fry