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researcher , writer

Bonnie Marion Gulan, American writer, researcher. Founder, president & lecturer T.H.E Anti-Drug Youth Program, Winnetka, 1971—1975.

Background

Gulan, Bonnie Marion was born on February 27, 1922 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth Ummy Thomas.

Career

Beauty consultant Globe Department, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 1950—1954. Inventor & pitch artist Beauty Blush Cosmetic Line, Waukegan, Illinois, 1954—1956. Creator & founder Felture's Inc., Brookfield, 1956—1959.

General manager & designer Eichling's Flowers Inc., Skokie, 1960—1964. Founder, director An-Oix-Is In-home Youth Ministry, Winnetka, 1965—1975. Founder & ceo The Christmas Tree Story House Museum, Multiple Locations, 1970—1990.

Author & researcher Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1990—1998. Author Saukville, since 1998. Founder, president World-Wide Women's Inventor's Organization, Libertyville, Illinois, 1961—1965.

Creator, lecturer Miracle Thinking Lecture Series, Mundelein, Illinois, 1965—1969. Speaker in field.

Works

Membership

Founder, president & lecturer T.H.E Anti-Drug Youth Program, Winnetka, 1971—1975.

Connections

Married Edward J. Gulan, November 26, 1949. Children: John, Michael, Kathryn.

father:
Matthew Thomas

mother:
Elizabeth Ummy Thomas

spouse:
Edward J. Gulan

children:
John Gulan

Michael Gulan

Kathryn Gulan