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journalist , writer , poet

Carolyn Opal Sauvé, American writer, journalist, poet.

Background

Sauvé, Carolyn Opal was born on April 30, 1934 in Columbus, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Anthony Floyd and Nina Morris Pittman.

Education

Student, Spartanburg Methodist College, South Carolina, 1952—1953. Associate of Applied Science, Isothermal Community College, Spindale, North Carolina, 1976.

Career

Columnist Tryon Daily Bulletin, 1995—2009.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, author, photographer: History of Polk County, 1983. Author, photograph APP Journal, 1999. Author: Spirit of the Age, 1996.

Membership

Trustee Isothermal Community College, Spindale, North Carolina, 1985-1993. Board directors Area Mental Health Board, Spindale, 1985-1991. Vice president, secretary, education chairman American Cancer Society, Polk County, North Carolina, 1975-1979.

Board directors Juvenile Justice Board, Rutherfordton, North Carolina, 1978-1982. Chairman Polk County Commission, Columbus, 1978-1982. Chairman Polk County Republican Party, Columbus, 1984-1986, 95-98.

Vice chairman, representative district chairman North Carolina Republican Women's Club, Raleigh, 1975-1979. Chairman World Missions Committee, 1994-2000. Chairman board Polk County Department Social Services, 2003-2009.

Member Polk County History Association (president 1984-1986, vice president 1996-2000).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Creative writing, boating, cake decorating.

Connections

Married Joseph Ernest Sauvé, March 31, 1953. Children: Floyd, Kenneth, Timothy.

father:
Anthony Floyd

mother:
Nina Morris Pittman

spouse:
Joseph Ernest Sauvé

children:
Floyd Sauvé

Kenneth Sauvé

Timothy Sauvé