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Children's librarian

Constance Elaine Lucas, American children's librarian. Recipient Concordian certified National Republican Committee, 1980. Member of American Library Association, Dayton and Montgomery Counties Staff Association, Ohio Library Association, Athena Chapter #37.

Background

Lucas, Constance Elaine was born on July 8, 1951 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Kenneth Dunson and Rosa L. (Moon) Persons.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Political Science, Wright State University, 1980, Bachelor of Science in Education, 1981. Master of Public Administration, Central Michigan U.,1981. Library assistant I, Dayton and Montgomery Counties (Ohio), Dayton, 1969-1973, library assistant II, 1973-1980, children's librarian, since 1981;member of advisory board WPTD-television, 1984.

Member National Issue Forums, 1984. TrusteeDay Break, Inc., secretary, 1986-1987, nominating chair, 1987, chairperson board of trustees. Speaker film: What's a Good Book-How to Select a Good Book, 1982.

Career

Library. assistant 1 Dayton and Montgomery Counties, Dayton, Ohio, 1969—1973. Library assistant II, 1973—1980. Children's library, since 1981.

Member advisory board WPTD-television, since 1984. Member National Issue Forums, since 1984. Trustee, secretary Day Break, Inc., 1986—1987.

Nominating chair, 1987. Chairperson board trustees. Member Republican National Committee, Washington, since 1980, Shiloh Baptist Church.

President Young Representatives West, Dayton, 1981—1983. 1st vp Ohio Republican Council, Columbus, since 1981. Delegate-at-large Republican National Convention, 1984.

Board directors Montgomery County Republican Central and Executive Committees, since 1977. Member Presidential Task Force, 1984. Delegate-at-large Presidential Library.

Conference, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library. National Issue Forum Conference, Boston, 1985. Member Black Family Coalition, since 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Speaker: What's a Good Book-How to Select a Good Book, 1982.

Politics

Churches should be encouraged to teach and preach biblical truth on moral issues and to urge their members to vote according to their beliefs, convictions, and values.

Views

The distinctive feature of the Baptist Churches is that lay people are involved in decision making.

Membership

Member Republican National Committee, Washington, since 1980. Member Shiloh Baptist Church. Member Presidential Task Force, 1984.

Member Black Family Coalition, 1984. Member American Library Association, Ohio library association (chair outreach services to ethnic communities), Dayton and Montgomery CountiesStaff Association (special committee, collective bargaining committee). Lodge:Athena Chapter #37 (correspondent secretary 1980-1981).

Connections

Married Mitchell D. Lucas, November 22, 1969 (divorced February 1979). Children: Mitchell D., Lukinte.

father:
Kenneth Dunson Persons

mother:
Rosa L. (Moon) Persons

spouse:
Mitchell D. Lucas

child:
Mitchell D. Lucas

child:
Lukinte Lucas