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educator , translator

Duane Paul Larrieu, American translator, educator. National Defense Education Act classical fellow, 1966-1968. Member American Translators Association (accredited translator, accreditation chair National chapter 1985).

Background

Larrieu, Duane Paul was born on October 14, 1940 in New Orleans. Son of Lloyd P. and Edith Mae (Brown) Larrieu.

Education

Associate of Arts, St. Joseph's College, Covington, Louisiana, 1960. Bachelor, Notre Dame University, 1963. Bachelor of Philosophy, Sant'Anselmo University, Rome, 1964.

Career

Secondary teacher, New Orleans Public Schools, 1964;secondary teacher, Holy Cross High School, New Orleans, 1965-1966;instructor, Tulane University, New Orleans, 1967-1968;foreign service officer, unites states department State, Washington, 1968-1981;intelligence officer, United States Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1981-1992;translator, Berlitz, Washington, since 1981;translator, LTRS, Inc., Fairfax, Virginia, since 1981;substitute teacher, Manassas (Virginia) City Public Schools, since 1992;substitute teacher, Prince William County (Virginia) School, since 1992;translator, United States Joint Publs., Washington, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Lingala-English Dictionary, 1979. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Translators Association (accredited translator, accreditation chair National chapter 1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: classical music, ancient languages, books, cryptography, traveling.

Connections

Married Kay Frances Smith, August 19, 1967. Children: Theodore, Christopher.

father:
Lloyd P. Larrieu

mother:
Edith Mae (Brown) Larrieu

spouse:
Kay Frances Smith

children:
Theodore Larrieu

Christopher Larrieu