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librarian

Camille J. Radmacher, American librarian. Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Womens National Book Association, Illinois Library. Association (Illinois Librarian Citation award 1967), Altrusa (treasurer 1968-1969, director 1978-1980), Order Eastern Star.

Background

Radmacher, Camille J. was born on April 14, 1917 in Monmouth, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Harry M. and Esther (Greenleaf) Radmacher.

Education

Student, Monmouth College, 1935—1937.

Career

With adult department Warren County Library., Monmouth, 1937—1948, head county library, from 1948. Executive director Western Illinois Library. Systems, 1965—1982, National Library Week State Illinois, 1959.

Member Monmouth College Community Concert Lecture Board, 1967—1972. Member advisory committee Illinois State Library., 1962—1972.

Religion

It is the person’s choice to be saved and one can fall from grace by not following God therefore losing salvation.

Politics

Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.

Views

Holiness is not just about personal spirituality and prayer. It will also be expressed through a commitment to social justice and enabling other people to become followers of Jesus.

Membership

Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Womens National Book Association, Illinois Library. Association (Illinois Librarian Citation award 1967), Altrusa (treasurer 1968-1969, director 1978-1980), Order Eastern Star.

Connections

father:
Harry M. Radmacher

mother:
Esther (Greenleaf) Radmacher