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English language educator

Irving Flint Foote, American English language educator. Vice president Bass Organization Neighborhood Development, Atlanta, 1972-1973. Member International Association for Fantastic in Arts, World Science Fiction, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Foote, Irving Flint was born on August 19, 1930 in Laconia, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Lewis Ford and Margaret Merrill (Flint) Foote.

Education

AB, Princeton University, 1952. Master of Arts, University Connecticut, 1958.

Career

Instructor, English, U. Connecticut, Storrs, 1954-1956;instructor, English, Arnold School, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1956-1957;instructor, English, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1957-1961;assistant professor, English, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1961-1966;superintendent, Bernstein Medals Company, Atlanta, 1966-1968;assistant professor, English, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1968-1970;associate professor, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1970-1992;Professor of English, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, since 1992. Consultant in field.

Membership

Vice president Bass Organization Neighborhood Development, Atlanta, 1972-1973. Member International Association for Fantastic in Arts, World Science Fiction, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Caryl Frances Kenig, 1958 (divorced 1961). Married Martha Rush Dowling, 1963 (divorced 1966). Children: James Murray, Anna Kathleen, Joseph Nathaniel.

Married Ruth Anne Quinn, August 30, 1969. Children: Samuel Joshua, Lewis Ford World War II.

father:
Lewis Ford Foote

mother:
Margaret Merrill (Flint) Foote

spouses:
Caryl Frances Kenig

Martha Rush Dowling

Ruth Anne Quinn

children:
James Murray Foote

Anna Kathleen Foote

Joseph Nathaniel Foote

Samuel Joshua Foote

Lewis Ford World War II Foote