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Music educator

Arlene Marie Gill Witte, music educator. Member of Texas Music Educators Association, Georgia Educators Association, National School Orchestra Association (chairman, composition contest), Music Educators National Conference, American String Teachers Association (chapter president 1977-1979), Georgia Music Educators Association (division chairman 1971-1981), Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Witte, Arlene Marie Gill was born on June 23, 1948 in Mount Clemens, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Richard Sullivan and Evelyn (Sherrill) Gill.

Education

Bachelor in Music Education, University Michigan School Music, 1970. Master of Education in Administration, Georgia State University, 1977. Postgraduate, Georgia State University, 1980.

Career

Orchestra director Harlandale Indiana School District, San Antonio, 1970—1973, DeKalb County Schools, Lithonia, Georgia, 1973—1975. Orchestra director, ensemble director & instructor, clarinet Georgia Academy Music, Atlanta, 1974—1976. Member adjunct faculty Emory University, 1975—1976, Woodward Academy, College Park, 1975—1976, Holy Innocent's Episcopal School, Atlanta, 1975—1976.

Director, orchestras East Cobb Middle School, Wheeler High School, Marietta, Georgia, 1976—1985. Director, bands Northside School Arts, 1985. Clarinet, strings, since 1970.

Music resource teacher Atlanta Public Schools, since 1985. Founder Atlanta Regional Concert Orchestras, 1983.

Membership

Member of Texas Music Educators Association, Georgia Educators Association, National School Orchestra Association (chairman, composition contest), Music Educators National Conference, American String Teachers Association (chapter president 1977-1979), Georgia Music Educators Association (division chairman 1971-1981), Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Thomas Alfred Witte, May 22, 1967. 1 child Peter Thomas.

father:
Richard Sullivan Gill

mother:
Evelyn (Sherrill) Gill

spouse:
Thomas Alfred Witte

child:
Peter Thomas Witte