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Bernice Lichty Parker Kizer

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Bernice Lichty Parker Kizer, American judge. Recipient Woman Achiever award Southwest Times Record, 1969; named Outstanding Alumnae, School of Law, University Arkansas; Horizons-100 Arkansas Women of Achievement, 1980. Member Arkansas House of Representatives, 1961-1974; member Governor's Commission for Aging, Chancery Court; Member American Association of University Women, Business and Professional Women's.

Background

Kizer, Bernice Lichty Parker was born on August 14, 1915 in Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Ernest and Opal C. Lichty.

Education

Student Fort Smith Junior College, 1932-1933, Stephens College, 1934-1935.

Career

Chairman women's division United Fund. Board directors Western Arkansas Counseling and Guidance Center, Cottey College, Nevada, Missouri, Western Arkansas Planning and Devel.

Membership

Member Arkansas House of Representatives, 1961-1974. Member Governor's Commission for Aging, Chancery Court. Member American Association of University Women, Business and Professional Women's.

Connections

Children– J. Mayne, Shirley Parker Wilhite, Karolyn Parker Sparkman, Mary K. Holt.

father:
Ernest Lichty

mother:
Opal C. Lichty

child:
J. Mayne Kizer

child:
Shirley Parker Wilhite Kizer

child:
Karolyn Parker Sparkman Kizer

child:
Mary K. Holt Kizer