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Deborra Lynn Street, American fine arts director.


Street, Deborra Lynn was born on February 25, 1953 in Fort Payne, Alabama, United States. Daughter of John M. and Mary (Adams) Long.


Bachelor in Music Education, Troy State University, 1976. Master of Education, Troy State University, 1982. Educational Specialist, Troy State University, 1994.

Student, Birmingham University School Law.


Teacher music, S. Hall Junior High School, Oakwood, Georgia, 1976-1977;teacher music, Slocomb (Alabama), 1977-1979;teacher music, United States Collegiate Wind Bands European (summer) Tours, 1978-1988;teacher music, Judson College, Marion, Alabama, since 1980;teacher music, Marion Military Institute, since 1980;teacher music, Marion Academy, 1987-1988. Band camp instructor 22 United States Universities, since 1968. Band judge The United States of America music festivals, since 1977.

Assistant conductor United States Collegiate Wind Bands European Tours,1979. Sponsor Drama Society, Marion, since 1985.


  • Other Work

    • Producer(over 30 musicals and plays):.


Sunday school teacher United Methodist Church, Marion, 1987-1988. Chairman Marion Military Institute Fine Arts Council, 1989-1990. Member steering committee Citizens for a Better Community, Marion, 1990-1991.

Conductor Community Instrumental Ensemble, Marion, since 1990. Member National Band Association, Music Educators National Conference, Women Band Directors National Association (Industrial chairman 1988), Daughters of the American Revolution, Perry County History Society, American Legion Auxiliary (Americanism award 1971), Delta Kappa Gamma, Perry County Arts and Humanities Council, American Association of University Women, Tau Beta Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, Delta Gamma.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, drama, swimming.


Married Christopher J. Street, February 17, 1979 (divorced 1985).

John M. Long

Mary (Adams) Long

Christopher J. Street