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learning resources director/educator

Edward Irving Campbell, American Learning resources director/educator. Named Outstanding Volunteer, State Legislation, Maryland., 1983.

Background

Campbell, Edward Irving was born on July 6, 1942 in New York City. Son of Joseph Albert and Margaret (White) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor, State University of New York, New Paltz, 1964. MSLA, Pratt Institute, 1967. Modern Sciences and Arts, George Washington University, 1972.

Career

Audio-visual library, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, 1964-1967;post library, Fort Gulick, Canal Zone, Panama, 1967-1969;brigade library, USNA, Annapolis, Maryland., 1969-1972;director learning resource center, Frederick (Maryland.) Community College, since 1972.

Membership

President Big Brothers/Sisters, Frederick, 1977-1982, Frederickstowne Players, Frederick, 1973-1975, Candlelight Concerts Society, Frederick, 1976. Judge Tax Assessment Appeals Board, Frederick, since 1983. Member judicial administrative council American Bar Association.

Fundraiser Young Men’s Christian Association, Frederick, 1977. Board directors Fine Arts Council, Frederick. Arbitrator Better Business Bureau, Baltimore, since 1988.

Tutor college English Frederick County Detention Center, 1983-1985. Council member St. John's Catholic Church, Frederick, since 1985. Emergency Medical Technician Frederick Fire Department, American Red Cross Emergency Association.

Tutor Frederick Literacy Council, since 1982. Member Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Lions.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: theatre directing, music.

Connections

father:
Joseph Albert Campbell

mother:
Margaret (White) Campbell