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Computer programmer

Doris May Weldon, American Former computer programmer. Member American Association of University Women (editor bulletin), AARP, National Association Retired Federal Employees, Sun City Genealogical Society, Sun City Photo Club and Workshop (secretary), Spanish Club, French Club, Italian Club.

Background

Weldon, Doris May was born on May 18, 1925 in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. Daughter of Marcus Dunlap and Pauline Mayham (Bancroft) Weldon.

Education

Bachelor, University Nebraska, 1947. Master of Science in Management, American University, 1978.

Career

Clerk, typist, stenographer, various companies, Lincoln and Denver, 1944-1952; clerk, typist, stenographer, United States Army, Japan, 1952-1954; clerk, typist, stenographer, United States Army, Heidelberg, Germany, 1954-1957; clerk, typist, stenographer, United States Army, London, 1957-1959; secretary, stenographer, bilingual secretary, Office of the United States Army Attache, American Embassy, Australia and Republic of Panama, 1959-1964; stenographer, Conference American Armies, 1964; secretary, stenographer, United States Army, Arlington, Virginia, 1965-1970; computer programmer, United States Army, Arlington, Virginia, 1970-1973; computer programmer, Civil Service Commission, Washington, 1973-1978; retired, Civil Service Commission, Washington, 1978.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women (editor bulletin), AARP, National Association Retired Federal Employees, Sun City Genealogical Society, Sun City Photo Club and Workshop (secretary), Spanish Club, French Club, Italian Club.

Connections

father:
Marcus Dunlap Weldon

mother:
Pauline Mayham (Bancroft) Weldon