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consultant , graphic design educator

Beth June Hoeltke, American graphic design educator, consultant. Volunteer caretaker Ronald McDonald House, Milwaukee, 1990-1993.

Background

Hoeltke, Beth June was born on December 22, 1958 in Columbus, Indiana, United States. Daughter of William Richard and June Ann (Gilbert) Hoeltke.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology Graphic Arts, University of Wisconsin, Stout, 1982; Master of Science in Industrial Technology Managing Education, University of Wisconsin, Stout, 1994.

Career

Manager, Savoy Dixie Press, Lafayette, Louisiana, 1982-1983; estimating/production manager, Satterwhite Printing Company, Richmond, Virginia, 1983-1988; customer service representative, Printery, Inc., Milwaukee, 1989-1991; residential home instructor, Willowglen Academy East, Milwaukee, 1992; instructor, consultant, John Marshall H.S., Milwaukee, 1992-1993; instructor, course designer, Shorewood (Wisconsin) H.S., 1993-1995; instructor, learning disabilities consultant, Al Collins Graphic Design School, Tempe, Arizona, 1995-1996; teacher, Anderson Junior H.S., since 1996. Technical education consultant various high schools, Milwaukee, 1990-1995.

Membership

Volunteer caretaker Ronald McDonald House, Milwaukee, 1990-1993.

Connections

father:
William Richard Hoeltke

mother:
June Ann (Gilbert) Hoeltke