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Helen Horlacher Evans, American state agency administrator, foundation adminstrator. Certified education teacher, Kentucky. Recipient Service to Mankind award Sertoma Club, 1974.

Background

Evans, Helen Horlacher was born on June 11, 1920 in Fortville, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Levi Jackson and Vaneta (Thomas) H.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Kentucky, 1941.

Career

Home economics teacher Versailles (Kentucky) High School, 1941-1942. Senior training officer VA, Louisville, 1946-1951. Volunteer coordinator Kentucky Education television, Lexington, 1972-1974.

Director Lieutenant Governor mansion Kentucky State Government, Frankfort, 1975, special projects administrator, 1976-1979, director state meeting house, since 1979. Executive officer Kentucky Mansions Preservation and Mary Todd Lincoln House, Lexington, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Certified education teacher, Kentucky.

Membership

Chairman 175th anniversary Second Presbyterian Church, 1990. Committee Kentucky Military History Museum, 1979-1987, 95—. Women's Army Corps Captain United States Army, 1942-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Fellow University Kentucky, since 1988 (director faculty club since 1992). Member General Federation Women's Clubs (national chairman 1972-1974), Erikson Society, Scoville Society, Kentucky Federation Women's Clubs (president 1970-1972, chairman centennial 1994), Woman's Club Central Kentucky (director), Lexington Woman's Club (president 1966-1968), Kappa Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, geneology.

Connections

Married Joseph Carson Evans Senior, August 14, 1948 (December April 1971). Children: Joseph Carson Junior, Elizabeth Ellen Evans Cooke.

father:
Levi Jackson H.

mother:
Vaneta (Thomas) H.

spouse:
Joseph Carson Evans Senior

child:
Joseph Carson Junior Evans

child:
Elizabeth Ellen Evans Cooke Evans