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Communications educator

Lee Edward Scanlon, American communications educator. Recipient 3d Place National Compostition award Christian Theatre Guild, 1978; Washburn University grantee, 1983.


Scanlon, Lee Edward was born on December 14, 1934 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Roy John and Lois Marie (Ziemer) Scanlon.


Bachelor of Science, Brigham Young University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Brigham Young University, 1979. Master of Arts, American University, Washington, 1974.


Writer, editor, Voice of America, Washington, 1962-1966;foreign service staff officer, United States Information Agency, Washington, 1966-1970;assistant professor theatre, California State University, Fullerton, 1977-1983;head broadcasting sequence, Washburn U., Topeka, 1983-1984;director broadcasting services, Boise (Idaho) State University, since 1985. News director Station KBYU-FM, Provo, Utah, 1973-1974, assistant manager, 1974-1977. Coordinator Station CSFU cable television, Fullerton, 1979-1983.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (tv script) Cold Rain at Midnight, 1983. (play script) The Woman. That Night, 1977 (1st place).

      (radio drama) Voices of 1776, 1976. (with others) Color Camera Handbook, 1986.


Heaven is the place where God lives and the future home of those who do God’s will and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.


Served to sergeant United States Army, 1952-1959. Member Academy television Arts and Sciences (associate), Radio-television News Directors Association, (associate), Speech Communication Association, Rocky Mountain Collegiate Press Association (broadcasting coordinator, 1985), Broadcast Education Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: stamp collecting.


Married Grace Ann Peterson, April 3, 1960. Children: Sean Patrick, Rachel Annual.

Roy John Scanlon

Lois Marie (Ziemer) Scanlon

Grace Ann Peterson

Sean Patrick Scanlon

Rachel Annual Scanlon