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Office manager , executive assistant

Helen Maxine Greenwood was American office manager, executive assistant. Bronze Tablet scholar University Illinois. Life member president council University Illinois; volunteer American Red Cross, Wichita Art Museum; Member American Association of University Women (honorary life member, president Wichita Branch, 1962-1964, Service award 1988), Green Valley Women's Club, Aero Club Arizona, Arizona History Society, Tubac History Society.

Background

Greenwood, Helen Maxine was born on October 20, 1916 in Hoopeston, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Lloyd Earle and Eugenia Blanche (Evans) Gladding.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Journalism, University Illinois, 1938.

Career

Member display advertising staff Moline (Illinois) Daily Dispatch, 1938-1941, book review columnist, 1939-1941. Legal secretary Moyer and Hiebert, Wichita, Kansas, 1961-1965. Executive secretary Learjet Corporation, 1965-1970.

Administrator Camp Tapawingo, Alexandria, Virginia, 1971-1973. Executive assistant Aerospace Consultant, Green Valley, Arizona, 1985-1998.

Membership

Life member president council University Illinois. Volunteer American Red Cross, Wichita Art Museum. Member American Association of University Women (honorary life member, president Wichita Branch, 1962-1964, Service award 1988), Green Valley Women's Club, Aero Club Arizona, Arizona History Society, Tubac History Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, travel, hiking, reading, historical research.

Connections

Married James Condon, 1940 (divorced 1957). Children: Yvonne Condon Brosius, Marguita Condon Brown, Vivienne Condon Sargeant. Married James Raymond Greenwood, September 11, 1970.

father:
Lloyd Earle Gladding

mother:
Eugenia Blanche (Evans) Gladding

spouses:
James Condon

James Raymond Greenwood

children:
Yvonne Condon Brosius Greenwood

Marguita Condon Brown Greenwood

Vivienne Condon Sargeant Greenwood