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Eileen Chamberlain Lockwood Edit Profile

freelance writer and editor

Eileen Chamberlain Lockwood, American freelance writer and editor. Named United States Small Business Administration Media Advocate of Year, 1989.


Lockwood, Eileen Chamberlain was born on February 20, 1934 in Schenectady, New York, United States. Daughter of Irving Joseph and Rhea Alice (Rea) Chamberlain.


Bachelor in Journalism and History, Syracuse University, 1955.


Reporter, Schenectady Union-Star, 1955;reporter, Minneapolis Star & Tribune, 1955-1956;editorial assistant, Modern Hospital magazine, Chicago, 1956-1957;freelance writer,, Milwaukee, 1957-1975, 83-86;coordinator public relations, International Institute Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, 1975-1983;freelance writer, editor, public relations and advertising,, Huntington, West Virginia, 1986-1990;freelance writer, editor, public relations and advertising,, St. Joseph, Missouri, since 1990.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Centennial History of Inland Press Association, 1985. Contributing editor Destinations magazine, since 1990. Contributor numerous articles to national and regional magazines.


Vice president Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, 1981-1986. Board directors St. Joseph Symphony, 1990-1995, Robidoux Resident Theatre, St. Joseph, 1990-1997, Allied Arts Council, St. Joseph, 1992-1995, Main Street St. Joseph, 1990-1993. Member Women's Career Network, Women's Press Club St. Joseph, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Gamma Delta (Alumnae Service award 1972).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, reading, music.


Married George J. Lockwood, September 3, 1955. Children: Audrey, Cary, Noah, Jason.

Irving Joseph Chamberlain

Rhea Alice (Rea) Chamberlain

George J. Lockwood

Audrey Lockwood

Cary Lockwood

Noah Lockwood

Jason Lockwood