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Secondary education educator , author

Frances Fielden Eppley, American secondary education educator, author. Alpha Delta Kappa Grantee, 1970. Member history committee North Carolina Baptist Convention, 1985-1988. Member National Education Association, North Carolina Social Studies Conference, Writers Association, Alpha Delta Kappa, Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omega.

Background

Eppley, Frances Fielden was born on July 18, 1921 in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Chester Earl and Beulah Magnolia (Wells) Fielden.

Education

Bachelor in English, Carson Newman College, 1942. Master of Arts, Winthrop University, 1963.

Career

Teacher, East Corinth (Maine) Academy), 1942-1943;teacher, public schools, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1950-1953, 59-83;teacher, public schools, Greenville, South Carolina., 1954-1956;teacher, public schools, Spartanburg, South Carolina., 1957-1958;Head Start teacher, summers 1964-1968.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: First Baptist Church: Its Heritage, 1982, Flint Hill Church, 1984, Religion and Astrology, 1991, Astrology and Prophecy, 1992, Sammy's Song, Jericho, Aunt Lillian's Sea Foam Candy, The First Astrologer, 1993, The Story of William Fielden, 1998, Search for an Ancestor, 1999, Christmas Magnus, Stella and the Sitting Stone, Messiah, An Immediate Family, 1999, The Signs of Your Life, 2000, Another Mary, 2000, The Winter Solstice, 2001, Of Course Your Child Can Read!, 2002, Columbus: The Race Home, 2003, Canada Trilogy, 2003.: To A Japanese Friend, 2002, Wacky Kings and Mystic Things, 2003, The Yellow River, 2003, To A Japanese Friend, 2004.

Religion

The two greatest commandments are to "love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with your entire mind" and to "love your neighbor as yourself.".

Politics

Christians should engage the culture through discipleship and through participation in the democratic political process in order to fulfill the kingdom mandate taught in the Bible.

Views

Every person needs the Church for spiritual and emotional care that enables to reconcile relations with God, with others, and with self.

Membership

Member history committee North Carolina Baptist Convention, 1985-1988. Member National Education Association, North Carolina Social Studies Conference, Writers Association, Alpha Delta Kappa, Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Psi Omega.

Connections

Married Gordon Talmage Cougle, July 25, 1942. Children: Russell Gordon Eppley, Carolyn Eppley Horseman. Married Fred Coan Eppley, March 8, 1953.

1 child, Charlene Eppley Sellers.

father:
Chester Earl Fielden

mother:
Beulah Magnolia (Wells) Fielden

spouses:
Gordon Talmage Cougle

Fred Coan Eppley

children:
Russell Gordon Eppley

Carolyn Eppley Horseman Eppley

Charlene Eppley Sellers Eppley