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art educator , Product designer

Elizabeth Dustman, American Art educator, designer. Avocations: travel, research, lecturing, painting. F C. Recipient Outstanding Educator award Outstanding Educators American, 1972;American textiles research grantee Kellogg Foundation, 1974-1975. Member of advisory board Northbrook (Illinois) Park District, 1983-1985; board directors Northbrook History Society, 1983-1990, North Shore Senior Center, Northfield, 1990-1992.

Background

Dustman, Elizabeth was born on June 25, 1919 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of John Anthony and Frances (Brade) Kreuzer.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Mundelein College, 1940. Master of Education, Loyola University, Chicago, 1964.

Career

Artcraft instructor Chicago Park District, 1941-1944. Art educator Mundelein College, Chicago, 1945-1946, 1955-1981, associate professor emeritus, since 1982. Package designer Walgreen Company, 1946-1951.

Instructor United States Military Recreation Personnel Indiana University, 1942. Workship teacher in field. Teacher Northbrook Park District Senior Center.

Achievements

  • Avocations: travel, research, lecturing, painting. F C.

Membership

Member advisory board Northbrook (Illinois) Park District, 1983-1985. Board directors Northbrook History Society, 1983-1990, North Shore Senior Center, Northfield, 1990^, Northbrook Park District, since 1995. With Northbrook Senior Center Watercolor Workshops, 2010.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, research, lecturing, painting.

Connections

Married Edward Anthony Matula, May 13, 1950 (deceased June 1976). Children: Maura, Janet. Married Herman C. Dustman, August 25, 1979 (deceased May 5, 1999).

Stepchildren: Herman, Karl.

father:
John Anthony Kreuzer

mother:
Frances (Brade) Kreuzer

spouse:
Edward Anthony Matula

spouse:
Herman C. Dustman

child:
Herman Dustman

child:
Janet Dustman

child:
Karl Dustman

child:
Maura Dustman