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Lois Fahs Timmins, American Lecturer, writer, consultant ( art: literature)lecturer, writer, consultant. Recipient citation National Therapeutic Recreation Society, 1976, Top Rating and Professional Speakers Showcase International Platform Association, 1982.


Timmins, Lois Fahs was born on July 3, 1914 in New York City. Daughter of Charles Harvey and Sophia (Lyon) Fahs.


Bachelor of Science in Education, Northwestern University, 1935. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1936. Doctor of Education, Columbia University, 1941.


Instructor, Mount Allison U., Sackville, N.B., Canada, 1936-1939. Assistant professor Willimantic (Connecticut) State Teachers College, 1941-1943 (now named Eastern Connecticut State University). Social director United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Mondsee, Austria, summer, 1950.

Assistant professor Texas Woman's U., Denton, 1953-1957. Professional staff Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital, Dallas, 1957-1980. Director Communication Studies, Dallas, since 1972.

Professional speaker, Dallas, since 1980. Anti-racist resource manager S.W. district Unitarian Universalist Association, 1994^.



Married James W. Timmins, August 12, 1942 (divorced). Children: Nancy Timmins Kirk, Kathy Fahs.

Charles Harvey Fahs

Sophia (Lyon) Fahs

James W. Timmins

Nancy Timmins Kirk Timmins

Kathy Fahs Timmins