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Sales executive

Anne Simmons Schwartz was American sales executive. Founder The Dispute Settlement Center, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1990; Bible teacher Saugatuck Congressional Church, Westport, 1961—1978; secretary Norumbega Resident Council, 2001—2003.

Background

Schwartz, Anne Simmons was born on December 20, 1916 in Midlothian, Texas, United States. Daughter of John Thomas Simmons and Katherine Maude Dillard.

Education

Bachelor, Texas State College Women, 1938. Postgraduate, University Missouri, 1938—1939.

Career

Editorial assistant Institute Propaganda Analysis Teachers College Columbia University, New York City, 1939—1941. Research director and editor newsletter Friends of Democracy, 1941—1950. Treasurer Key Book Service, Inc., 1952—1979.

Membership

Founder The Dispute Settlement Center, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1990. Bible teacher Saugatuck Congressional Church, Westport, 1961—1978. Secretary Norumbega Resident Council, 2001—2003.

Connections

Married Jerome Stephen Schwartz, February 21, 1943. Children: John Benjamin, Katherine.

father:
John Thomas Simmons

mother:
Katherine Maude Dillard

spouse:
Jerome Stephen Schwartz

child:
John Benjamin Schwartz

child:
Katherine Schwartz