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Legal administrator , Interior designer

Gene Ethridge Henson, American legal administrator, interior designer. Gene Henson scholar, Atlanta Association Legal Administrators.


Henson, Gene Ethridge was born on September 26, 1924 in Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Fred Golden and Cora Jewell (Smith) Ethridge.


Graduate Interior Design, Gwinnett Technology Institute, 1991.


With Smith, Currie & Hancock, Atlanta, 1959-1990, administrator, 1965-1990. Chair fashion & design advisory committee Gwinnett Technology Institute, 1992-1993. Owner Gene Henson Interiors.

Official hostess for State of Georgia, Southern Gov's Conference, Atlanta, 1971. Past adult teacher First Baptist Church, Lawrenceville. Advisory council Center for Professional Education Georgia State University, 1980-1984.


Actress Steel Magnolias, The Foreigner, Harvey, Our Town, Dearly Departed. Board directors Gwinnett Council for Arts, 1993—1999, secretary, 1997—1998. Board directors County Seat Players Theatre Group, 1993—2002, treasurer, 1999—2001.

Member Atlanta Association Legal Executives (1st president 1975), Association Legal Administrators (life, national vice president since 1979, board directors 1979-1983, vice president Atlanta chapter, president-elect, 1986-1987, president 1987-1988).


Married James Arthur Henson, May 2, 1948 (deceased). 1 child, Gena Arlene Cauthen.

Fred Golden E.

Cora Jewell (Smith) E.

James Arthur Henson

Gena Arlene Cauthen Henson