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Publishing executive , writer

Donald Clifton Spencer, American writer, publishing executive.

Background

Spencer, Donald Clifton was born on August 19, 1923 in Moose Lake, Minnesota, United States. Son of Henry Freeman and Ida Elizabeth Spencer.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, 1960.

Career

Professor speech/theatre Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, 1954—1960, Gorham (Maine) State College, 1961—1966. Technological editor, film maker Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, California, 1966—1984. Author/public The Omnivorous Vulture, Placitas, New Mexico, 2001—2003.

Second lieutenant United States Marine Corps.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (play) Ill Wind Aulis (Charles H. Sergel award, 1963), Diggers (Oglebay Institute Drama prize, 1990), Chinese Boxes (Oglebay Institute Drama prize, 1987).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Filmmaking, environmentalist, political activist.

Connections

Married Dorothy Anne Brunsman, December 24, 1943. Children: Beth Ann, Lee Philip, Paul Norman.

father:
Henry Freeman

mother:
Ida Elizabeth Spencer

spouse:
Dorothy Anne Brunsman

children:
Beth Ann Spencer

Lee Philip Spencer

Paul Norman Spencer