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Jean Lollich Warner

poet

Jean Lollich Warner, American poet. Summer school scholar Rockefeller Foundation, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1955.

Background

Warner, Jean Lollich was born on June 22, 1916 in Clinton, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Jens George Christenson and Dibga (Allen) L.

Education

Bachelor in Elementary Education, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1938. Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education, Columbia University, 1945.

Career

Teacher grades 4-6 Mount Vernon Public School, 1938-1939. Teacher kindergarten-1st grade Lyons Public Schools, Clinton, 1939-1944. Teacher kindergarten Clinton Public Schools, 1945-1959.

Iowa state representative Early Childhood Education Conference, Washington, 1958, Study Conference of Childhood in Education, St. Louis, 1959.

Works

Membership

Sponsor Foster Parents Plan, Warwick, Rhode Island, 1986-1992, Children International, 1987-1992. Member American Association of University Women (charter), National Education Association (life), Philanthropic and Educational Organization (international chapter sisterhood), International Society Poets, Delta Kappa Gamma (charter).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, china painting, playing organ, knitting, traveling.

Connections

Married Charles Howard Warner, March 26, 1959 (deceased ). Stepchildren: Judith, Leonard.

father:
Jens George Christenson L.

mother:
Dibga (Allen) L.

spouse:
Charles Howard Warner

children:
Judith Warner

Leonard Warner