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Manufacturing specialist

Darlene Fremgen, American manufacturing specialist. Recipient Ogden Nash award, Triangle Public, 1973. Member Conococheague Theatre Players, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; Member of Pennsylvania Poetry Society, National Museum Women in Arts, International Society Poets, James Madison Building-Library. Congress (associate).

Background

Fremgen, Darlene was born on July 19, 1958 in Schenectady, New York, United States. Daughter of Jacob Scott and Diane Stepler Miner.

Education

Certified in clerical office procedures, Shippensburg University, 1987. Student, University Massachusetts, 1996. Student, Hagerstown Community College, 1997—1999.

Career

Cook Denny's Restaurant, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 1985. Assembler, casepacker Pet Ritz/Van De Kamp, 1985—1987. Construction site secretary Guilford Associates, 1987—1989.

Radiator/valve assembler Grove/Manitowoc, Shady Grove, since 1989. Critic poetry, since 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (poems) High Hopes, 1998, Cancel The Normal, 1996, Memorial Day Tribute (Editor's Choice award, 1994, Outstanding poets award, 1994), Cats Eyes Through Windowsills, 2003, Theatre of the Mind, 2003, Labours of Love, 2005.

Membership

Member Conococheague Theatre Players, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Member of Pennsylvania Poetry Society, National Museum Women in Arts, International Society Poets, James Madison Building-Library. Congress (associate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Genealogy, poetry.

Connections

father:
Jacob Scott

mother:
Diane Stepler Miner