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Foreign language educator

Doris Redman Foster was American foreign language educator. Certified teacher, Pennsylvania.

Background

Foster, Doris Redman was born on March 3, 1937 in Butler, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Edward Gottlieb and Nellie Elizabeth (Mullin) Redman.

Education

Bachelor in German, Chatham College, 1959;Master of Education in Reading, University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, 1978.

Career

Latin teacher, Northeastern Beaver County Schools, Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, 1959-1960;Latin teacher, Alexandria (Virginia) Public Schools, 1960-1962;education specialist with Internal Revenue Service,, United States Government, Washington, 1962-1963;social studies teacher, Hampshire County Schools, Romney, West Virginia, 1963-1965;foreign language teacher, Crawford Center Schools, Meadville, Pennsylvania, since 1978.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Pennsylvania.

Membership

Founder Women's Superior vena cava syndrome, Inc., Meadville, 1977-1980, 1st president 1978-1980. Member American Association of University Women, American Association Teachers of German (vice president western Pennsylvania chapter 1987-1989, president 1989-1991), American Classical League, American Council on Teaching Foreign Language, Pennsylvania Modern Language Teachers, Meadville League of Women Voters (president 1972-1973), Delta Kappa Gamma.

Connections

Married John Kennedy Foster, Junior, June 11, 1960. Children: John Kennedy III, Edward Allen.

father:
Edward Gottlieb Redman

mother:
Nellie Elizabeth (Mullin) Redman

spouse:
John Kennedy Foster

children:
John Kennedy III Foster

Edward Allen Foster