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University official

Frances Flynn Barnard, American university official. Field director Circuit T Council Girl Scouts United States of America, Fort Worth, 1980—1981; Member of American Association of University Women, Hospice Association, Clergy and Laity Concerned, Gray Panthers, Pax Christi United States of America, Widowed Persons Services, Institute Peace and Justice, Alpha Kappa Delta.

Background

Barnard, Frances Flynn was born on September 16, 1938 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Daughter of Elgate Daniel and Effie Danella (Ross) Hitch.

Education

BSR, Texas Wesleyan University, 1975. Postgraduate, Texas Christian University, 1977.

Career

Executive director American Medical Consumers, Fort Worth, 1977—1980. Employment developer City of Fort Worth, 1978—1980. Board dirs Widowed Persons Services, 1978—1980.

Consultant women's affairs. Development specialist Cassata Learning Center, 1981—1982. Member task force Area 5 Health Systems Agency.

Member accounting staff Office Controller, Texas Christian University, since 1983. University official Texas College Osteopathic Medicine.

Membership

Field director Circuit T Council Girl Scouts United States of America, Fort Worth, 1980—1981. Member of American Association of University Women, Hospice Association, Clergy and Laity Concerned, Gray Panthers, Pax Christi United States of America, Widowed Persons Services, Institute Peace and Justice, Alpha Kappa Delta.

Connections

Married Doyle Graves Flynn, June 12, 1958 (deceased). Children: Stehlin, Shari, Shareese, Shawn. Married William Gene Barnard, August 13, 1979.

father:
Elgate Daniel Hitch

mother:
Effie Danella (Ross) Hitch

spouses:
Doyle Graves Flynn

William Gene Barnard

children:
Stehlin Barnard

Shari Barnard

Shareese Barnard

Shawn Barnard