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Ida Carolyn Kugler

museum director

Ida Carolyn Kugler, museum director. Certified Montevideo (MiTchr. Training Department, Minnesota, 25. National advisory board American Security Council; chairman Chippewa County Field Day, 1929; teacher English to Chinese Immigrants Hong Kong, since 1965; Member of Organization of American States, Catholic Golden Age, American Association Museum, National Retired Teachers Association, St. Paul Retired Teachers Association.

Background

Kugler, Ida Carolyn was born on December 22, 1905. Daughter of Herman and Petrine (Pedersen) Grunke.

Education

Associate of Arts with Honors, St. Cloud State University, Minnesota, 1925—1930. Bachelor of Science with distinction, University Minnesota, 1941. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1956.

Doctor of Philosophy, Walden University, Naples, Florida, 1972.

Career

Teacher Chippewa County, Minnesota, 1925—1930, Rushford, 1930—1931, Lakefield, 1931—1935, St. Paul Public Schools, 1935—1961. Pioneering principal Aiyepe High School, Ogun, Nigeria, 1961—1965. Teacher St. Paul Public Schools, 1965—1974.

Vice president Kugler Musical Instrument Museum, St. Paul, since 1974.

Achievements

  • Certified Montevideo (MiTchr. Training Department, Minnesota, 25.

Membership

National advisory board American Security Council. Chairman Chippewa County Field Day, 1929. Teacher English to Chinese Immigrants Hong Kong, since 1965.

Member of Organization of American States, Catholic Golden Age, American Association Museum, National Retired Teachers Association, St. Paul Retired Teachers Association.

Connections

Married William John Kugler, November 5, 1940.

father:
Herman Grunke

mother:
Petrine (Pedersen) Grunke

spouse:
William John Kugler