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Geraldine Hughes Grant

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Geraldine Hughes Grant, American government official. Recipient Certified of Appreciation, Shelley School Child Development Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1979.


Grant, Geraldine Hughes was born on June 27, 1923 in Warren, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Willie and Daisy (Hunter) Hughes.


Student Arkansas Baptist College, 1940-1941, 44-46, Arkansas State College, summer 1947, Los Angeles Junior College Business, 1957, Los Angeles City College, 1958-1960. M.Sci. of Administration, California State University, 1979.


Stepchildren: Kenneth, Phyllis Mary. Teacher elementary public schools, Arkansas, 1944-1947. Posting machine operator, Kansas City, Missouri, 1952-1953.

File clerk Immigration and Naturalization Service, Department Justice, Los Angeles, 1954-1956, information clerk, 1956-1962, supervisory contact representative, 1962-1970, immigration inspector, 1970-1975, immigration examiner, 1975-1978, acting immigration examiner supervisor, 1978, supervisory immigration examiner, 1978-1983. Minister of music children's department Sunday school Victory Baptist Church, 1955-1961, adult Sunday school teacher, since 1962, member Voices of Victory Choir, since 1953.


Member National Council Negro Women (life, Special Recognition award 1979, 81), American Institute Parliamentarians (president local chapter 1977-1978, 80-81), Eta Phi Beta (president local chapter 1973-1974, 80-82, recording secretary 1965-1966, western regional director 1969-1973, grand director education 1974-1978, 2d national vice president 1982-1986), Black Women's Forum, Alpha Kappa Alpha (chairman committee Mu Beta Omega chapter 1984). Club: Toastmistress (council delegate 1979-1980).


Married Joseph Grant, January 12, 1962. 1 child, William Thomas.

Willie Hughes

Daisy (Hunter) Hughes

Joseph Grant

William Thomas Grant