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Jane Duncan Flink, American publisher. award 1982, bd; award 1989, Communicatoro. Member National Federation Press Women (National Achievement award 1982, board directors 1991-1993.

Background

Flink, Jane Duncan was born on February 17, 1929 in Atlanta. Daughter of James Archibald and Frances (Watkins) Duncan.

Education

Attended, Carleton College. Attended, University Missouri.

Career

Reporter Tri Town News, Greendale, Wisconsin, 1958—1961. Newspaper reporter, photographer, feature writer, editor Central Missouri Fireside Guard, Missouri, 1973—1978. Editor business briefs Master of Fine Arts Oil Corporation, Columbia, 1977.

Editor lifestyles Kingdom Daily News, Fulton, 1978—1982. Assistant editor Centralia Fireside Guard, 1982—1983. Editor Central Missouri Rural and Farm Life Magazine.

Associate editor Missouri Ruralist, Columbia, 1983—1985. Director external relations Winston Churchill Memorial and Library. Westminster College, Fulton, 1985—1989, director, 1989—1990.

Owner, public Boone County Journal, Ashland, 1986—2001, columnist, since 2001. Editorial consultant Greenways, Inc., Durham, North Carolina, since 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, public: Time and the River, 1993. One-woman shows include Montminy Gallery, Columbia, Missouri, 2003-2004, Boone County National Bank.

Membership

Member executive board Friends of Winston Churchill Memorial and Library., Fulton, 1978—1997. Member Boone County Commission on Child Abuse, 1978—1981, Boone County History Society. Board directors, member public relations, development, Maplewood committee Walters Boone County Museum and Visitors Center, since 1995, 1st vice president, 1996—1998, president, 1998—2000, vice chairman Endowment Trust, 2000—2003, chairman, since 2003.

Member Boone County Government Review Task Force, 1991—1992. President Lake Champetra Homeowners Association, 1993—1995, vice president, 1995—1996. Vice chair Boone County Constitution Writing Commission, 1995—1996.

Member extension council University Missouri, 1995—1997. Co-chairman Friends Southern Boone County Fire Protection District, 1995—1997. Member steering committee Boone County Vision Plan, 2000—2002.

Member Boone Hospital Center Foundation, 2002—2005. Representative committee woman Ward 1, Centralia, Missouri, 1972, 1974, 1976. Democratic committee woman Cedar Township, 2001—2004.

Member Missouri Conference communications committee United Methodist Church, since 2001. Trustee Ashland Missouri United Methodist Church, 2001—2005. Member Daughters of the American Revolution, National Federation Press Women (board director 1991-1993, 21st century committee 1992-1993, National Achievement Award 1982), Southern Boone County Chamber of C. (chairman economic development committee 1998—2002), Missouri Press Women (district vice president, vice president, treasurer chairman honors awards, president 1991-1993).

Communicator of Year Award 1978-1983, 85, 86, 95. Woman of Achievement Award 1989, Missouri Press Association.

Connections

Married Richard Albert Flink, November 20, 1954. Children: Jennifer, Elizabeth, Caroline, Charles Albert, and James Duncan.

father:
James Archibald Duncan

mother:
Frances (Watkins) Duncan

spouse:
Richard Albert Flink

children:
Charles Albert Flink

Elizabeth Flink

and James Duncan Flink

Jennifer Flink

Caroline Flink