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Editor

Jean Sims Fornango, American editor. Named to President Honor Council., Mosby Public, 1993; recipient Named Grant award, American Association of University Women Missouri, 1991, Creve Coeur Branch American Association of University Women, 19.

Background

Fornango, Jean Sims was born on June 22, 1949 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of William Wilson Sims, junior and Georgine Modica Sims.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1980.

Career

Senior development editor McGraw-Hill Higher Education, St. Louis, 1996—2002. Development editor Mosby Public (1995-1996), St. Louis. Sales representative Mosby Public (1991-1995), St, Louis.

Editorial assistant Cracom Public (1989-1990), St. Louis.

Membership

American Association of University Women delegate United States/China Conference on Women's Issues, Beijing, 1995. American Association of University Women delegate United Nations-non-governmental organization Conference on Women's Issues, 1995. Activist American Association of University Women, St. Louis, 1984—1986.

Editor state newspaper American Association of University Women Missouri, 1989—1991. Editor branch newletter Creve Coeur branch, American Association of University Women, 1985—1989. Troop leader / archery instructor Girl Scout Council of Greater St. Louis, 1993—1998.

Founding family Band Backers Association Parkway North High School, 1986—2002.

Connections

Married James P. Fornango, August 16, 1969. Children: James W., Robert J. Fornango, Elizabeth L. Fornango.

father:
William Wilson Sims

mother:
Georgine Modica Sims

spouse:
James P. Fornango

children:
James W. Fornango

Robert J. Fornango

Elizabeth L. Fornango