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Janice Marie Hudson, American educator, coach. Named Southwest Conference Coach of Year, 1985; recipient teams won Texas High School State Championships, 1969-1970, 1974-1975. Member of Texas Association College Teachers, Collegiate Volleyball Coaches Association, United States Volleyball Association, Recreation and Dance, Physical Education, Texas Association Health, Alliance for Health.

Background

Hudson, Janice Marie was born on December 4, 1943 in Roscoe, Texas, United States. Daughter of Henry Grady and Kittie Mae (Stephens) Hudson.

Education

Associate of Arts, Howard College, 1964. Bachelor of Science, Lamar University, 1966. Master of Education, Sam Houston State University, 1972.

Career

Teacher Northeast Indiana School District, Houston, coach, 1966—1968, Monahans-Wickett Indiana School District, 1968—1975, Deer Park High School, since 1985. Instructor physical education Texas Tech University, Lubbock, coach, 1975—1985, director volleyball camp, 1976—1985. Clinician El Paso Area Teachers, 1976—1981, Pasadena Area Teachers, 1978.

Clinician/director Rollo Kansas Volleyball Camp, since 1984.

Religion

Bible is the only source of theology and Christian doctrine.

Politics

Christians should commit themselves to pray for personal and national spiritual revival and cultural renewal.

Views

God meant for a person’s earthly happiness to be fulfilled through God given relationships.

Membership

Member of Texas Association College Teachers, Collegiate Volleyball Coaches Association, United States Volleyball Association, Recreation and Dance, Physical Education, Texas Association Health, Alliance for Health.

Connections

father:
Henry Grady Hudson

mother:
Kittie Mae (Stephens) Hudson