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art association administrator

Jean Louise Thieme was American art association administrator. Recipient Citizenship award, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Greenville, 1981, Service to Mankind award, Greenville Sertoma Club, 1984.


Thieme, Jean Louise was born on May 9, 1926 in Greenville, Ohio, United States. Daughter of William Edward and Dorothy Coppock Hole.


Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1947. Certified in management, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1948. Postgraduate, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana.


Trustee Migrant Health Board, Greenville Ministerial Association, Ohio, 1970—1973. Executive director Migrant Health Clinic (later Family Health Services), 1973—1981, Darke County Center Arts, Greenville, 1982—1990. Trustee Center Arts Board, Jackson, Wyoming, 1997—2007.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: This is Darke County, 1982.


Organizer Fluorescence in situ hybridization emergency phone service, 1975—2006. Trustee The Brethren's Home, Greenville, 1982—1990, Help Our Planet Earth Foundation of Darke County, 1990—2002. Board international studies University Wyoming, 2001—2005.

Member design committee Downtown Greenville, Inc., 2001—2006. Trustee Offsquare Theatre Company, Jackson, from 2006. Organizer design and financing Traffic Circuit, Greenville, 2005.


  • Other Interests

    Family reunions, gardening, reading, travel, performing arts.


Married Walter Irving Thieme, June 18, 1948. Foster children: Ilona Jekabsons Reif, Gracie Hill Ratliff children: Michael Alan, Rebecca Louise, Susan Kathleen.

William Edward

Dorothy Coppock Hole

Walter Irving Thieme

Ilona Jekabsons Reif Thieme

Gracie Hill Ratliff children: Michael Alan Thieme

Rebecca Louise Thieme

Susan Kathleen Thieme