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Newspaper publisher

Anne Everette Rowell Worrell, American newspaper publisher. Named Outstanding Alumna, Virginia Intermont College, 1981. President Bristol Junior League, 1959; board directors The Corporation for Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest Foundation, Virginia History Society, Virginia Intermont College, Antiquities; active Monticello Cabinet; Member of National Trust for History Preservation, Greencroft Club, Farmington Country Club, Contemporary Club.

Background

Worrell, Anne Everette Rowell was born on March 7, 1920 in Surry, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Charles Gray and Ethel (Roache) Rowell.

Education

Student, Virginia Intermont College, 1939. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Virginia Intermont College, 1991. Student, University Richmond, 1965.

Career

1 son, Thomas Eugene. Founding stockholder Worrell Newspapers Inc., 1949, vice-president, director, 1969-1973. Vice president, secretary Worrell Investment Company, Charlottesville, Virginia.

President The Genan Company (formerly Bristol Newspapers). President, Bristol Junior League, 1959. Board directors The Corporation for ThomasJefferson's Poplar Forest Foundation, Friends of Bacon's Castle.

TrusteeVa. History Society, Virginia Intermont College, 1973^, Preservation Alliance Virginia, Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, Virginia History Society. Active State Review Board, Bayly Museum Named Outstanding Alumna, 1981.

Membership

President Bristol Junior League, 1959. Board directors The Corporation for Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest Foundation, Virginia History Society, Virginia Intermont College, Antiquities. Active Monticello Cabinet.

Member of National Trust for History Preservation, Greencroft Club, Farmington Country Club, Contemporary Club.

Connections

Married Thomas Eugene Worrell, September 12, 1941. 1 child Thomas Eugene.

father:
Charles Gray Rowell

mother:
Ethel (Roache) Rowell

spouse:
Thomas Eugene Worrell

child:
Thomas Eugene Worrell