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Donald Merrill Hines, American language and literature educator,folkloist. Fellow, Ford Foundation, 1965; grantee, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1973. District chairman Lewis and Clark council Boy Scouts American, Pullman, 1981—1982; president Concordia Lutheran Church, 1980—1981; Member of International Society for Folk Narrative Research, Modern Language Association, California Folklore Society, American Folklore Society, Kiwanis.

Background

Hines, Donald Merrill was born on January 23, 1931 in St. Paul. Arrived in Saudi Arabia, 1982. Son of Clifford Eldon and Rolleda (Kerr) Hines.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Lewis & Clark College, 1953. Master of Arts in Teaching, Reed College, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1969.

Career

Teacher English secondary schools, Washington, Oregon, 1957—1961. Instructor English Yakima Valley College, Washington, 1962—1965. Assistant professor, associate professor Washington State University, Pullman, 1968—1977.

Associate professor English King Saud University, Abha, since 1982. Served with United States Army, 1953-1955, PTO.

Works

Membership

District chairman Lewis and Clark council Boy Scouts American, Pullman, 1981—1982. President Concordia Lutheran Church, 1980—1981. Member of International Society for Folk Narrative Research, Modern Language Association, California Folklore Society, American Folklore Society, Kiwanis.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, hiking, hunting, fishing.

Connections

Married Linda Marie Arnold, June 10, 1961. Children: Warren Donald, Eric Daniel, Alan Bennett.

father:
Clifford Eldon Hines

mother:
Rolleda (Kerr) Hines

spouse:
Linda Marie Arnold

children:
Warren Donald Hines

Eric Daniel Hines

Alan Bennett Hines