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Francine Irving Neff Edit Profile

also known as Mrs. Edward John Neff

Federal government official

Francine Irving Neff, American Former federal government official. Recipient Exceptional Svc. award unites states department Treasury, 1976, Horatio Alger award Horatio Alger Association Distinguished Americans, Inc., 1976.


Neff, Francine Irving was born on December 6, 1925 in Albuquerque. Daughter of Edward Hackett and Georga (Henderson) Irving.


Associate of Arts, Cottey College, 1946. Bachelor, University New Mexico, 1948.


Division and precinct chairman, Republican Party, Albuquerque, 1966-1971;member central committee, Bernalillo County (New Mexico) Republican Party, 1967-1974;member Executive Board, Bernalillo County (New Mexico) Republican Party, 1968-1970;member New Mexico State central committee, Republican Party, 1968-1974, 77-82;member Executive Board, Republican Party, 1970-1974, 81-83;Republican national committeewoman, State of New Mexico, 1970-1974;also member Executive Committee. Treasurer of the United States, unites states department Treasury, Washington, 1974-1977. National director United States Savings Bonds, 1974-1977.

Marketing vice president Rio Grande Valley Bank, Albuquerque, 1977-1981. Board directors Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, Portland, Oregon, Daughters of the Revolution Horton, Inc., Arlington, Texas.


New Mexico state adviser Teenage Representatives, 1967-1968. Delegate Republican National Convention, Miami, 1968, 72. Campaign coordinator Congressman Lujan of New Mexico, 1970.

President Albuquerque Federated Republican Women's Club, 1977. Leader Camp Fire Girls, Albuquerque, 1957-1964. President Inez (New Mexico) Parent-Teachers Association, 1961.

Den mother Cub Scouts American, Albuquerque, 1964-1965. Former member Executive Board United Way of Albuquerque. Former member of advisory county Management Development Center, Robert O.Anderson Graduate School Business and Administrative Sciences, U. New Mexico.

Former member Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Superior vena cava syndrome, 1980-1983. Trustee Cottey College, Nevada, Missouri, 1982-1989. Member Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) (president Albuquerque chapter 1958-1959, 63-64), Albuquerque City Panhellenic Association (president 1959-1960), Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce (board directors 1978-1981), Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Phi Kappa Phi, PiLambda Theta, Phi Theta Kappa.


Married Edward John Neff, June 7, 1948. Children: Sindle, Edward Vann.

Edward Hackett Irving

Georga (Henderson) Irving

Edward John Neff

Sindle Neff

Edward Vann Neff