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Eleanor Cranston Fowle Cameron, American writer. Chairman Democratic State Women, California, 1966-1980; officer Democratic State Central Committee, 1966-1980; president Foothill-De Anza Community College Foundation, 1980-1990, board directors, 1996-1998; board directors Stanford University Founding Grant Society, since 1980; trustee Hidden Villa, Los Altos Hills, California, since 1996.

Background

Cameron, Eleanor Cranston Fowle was born on November 22, 1909 in Palo Alto, California, United States. Daughter of William McGregor and Carol Edith (Dixon) Cranston.

Education

Student, Stanford University, 1928-1931.

Membership

Chairman Democratic State Women, California, 1966-1980. Officer Democratic State Central Committee, 1966-1980. President Foothill-De Anza Community College Foundation, 1980-1990, board directors, 1996-1998.

Board directors Stanford University Founding Grant Society, since 1980. Trustee Hidden Villa, Los Altos Hills, California, since 1996.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, tennis, politics, community activist.

Connections

Married John Miller Fowle, June 19, 1929 (deceased April 1983). Children: Michael, Linda Fowle Burke. Married Donald Churchill Cameron, August 25, 1984 (deceased November 1996).

father:
William McGregor Cranston

mother:
Carol Edith (Dixon) Cranston

spouses:
John Miller Fowle

Donald Churchill Cameron

children:
Michael Cameron

Linda Fowle Burke Cameron