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Jacqueline Aimee Capelle-Frank, American writer. Member advisory board Greater Naples Leadership, Inc., 1999-2000. Member American Association of University Women, Daughters of the American Revolution, Society Mayflower Descendants, National Museum Women, Collier County History Society (board directors 1994-2002, president 1997-2001), National Trust for History Preservation, Museum Trustee Association, Antiques Automobile Club American.

Background

Capelle-Frank, Jacqueline Aimee was born on December 23, 1935 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States.

Education

Associate of Arts, Edison Community College, Naples, Florida, 1986. Certified, University Cambridge, England, 1991. Certified, University Oxford, England, 1992.

Certified, Paris American Academy, 1992. Bachelor, Florida International University, 1994.

Career

Part-time instructor International College, 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (children's book) What's a Library, 1974, (anthologies) Poetic Voices of America, 1996, 97.

Membership

Member advisory board Greater Naples Leadership, Inc., 1999-2000. Member American Association of University Women, Daughters of the American Revolution, Society Mayflower Descendants, National Museum Women, Collier County History Society (board directors 1994-2002, president 1997-2001), National Trust for History Preservation, Museum Trustee Association, Antiques Automobile Club American.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, travel, country walks, gardening, swimming.

Connections

Daughter of Ira Richard and Aimee Cecilia (Dignin) Capelle. Divorced; children: P. Malachi, Tamara, Daria Frank-Weber.

father:
Ira Richard Capelle

mother:
Aimee Cecilia (Dignin) Capelle

children:
Tamara Capelle-Frank

P. Malachi Capelle-Frank

Daria Frank-Weber Capelle-Frank