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author , educator emeritus

Edith Heal Berrien, author, educator emeritus. Member of Society Midland Authors, Women's Metropolitan Golf Association (past member board directors).

Background

Berrien, Edith Heal was born on August 23, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Charles Frederick and Eva (Page) Heal.

Education

P.H.B., University of Chicago, 1925;Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1956. Copywriter advertising department Marshall Field & Company, Chicago, 1926-1928, Sears Roebuck & Company, Chicago, 1930-1935, Tucson Daily Citizen, 1935-1942. Copy chief promotions Conde Nast Publs., New York City, 1944-1953, 58-70.

Professor Fairleigh Dickinson U., Rutherford New Jersey, 1953-1974.

Career

Copywriter advertising department Marshall Field & Company, Chicago, 1926—1928, Sears Roebuck & Company, Chicago, 1930—1935, Tucson Daily Citizen, 1935—1942. Copy chief promotions Conde Nast Publications, New York City, 1944—1953, 1958—1970. Professor Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, New Jersey, 1953—1974.

Works

Membership

Member of Society Midland Authors, Women's Metropolitan Golf Association (past member board directors).

Connections

Married Gil Meynier, October 30, 1930 (divorced 1944). Married Stephen Berrien, November 22, 1944 (deceased 1982).

father:
Charles Frederick Heal

mother:
Eva (Page) Heal

spouses:
Stephen Berrien

Gil Meynier