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English educator

Lois Jean Lamb was American English educator. Certified secretary education. Active, former director, president Rockford (Michigan) Theatre, 1972-1982; volunteer North Kent Service Center, Rockford Krause Library., Rockford Museum; Member National Education Association, Michigan Education Association, Caledonia Community Education (secretary 1968-1972), Rogue Valley Women's Club (president, vice president 1973-1975).

Background

Lamb, Lois Jean was born on November 14, 1931 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States. Daughter of John Remington and Helen Lucille (Forrest) Lamb.

Education

Bachelor, Michigan State University, 1954. Master of Arts, Western Michigan University, 1960.

Career

Teacher, Kalamazoo (Michigan) Public Schools, 1955-1956;teacher, Niles (Michigan) Public Schools, 1956-1960;teacher, Caledonia (Michigan) Cmty. School, 1962-1996.

Achievements

  • Avocations: reading, writing, traveling, spending time at family cottage. F C.

Membership

Active, former director, president Rockford (Michigan) Theatre, 1972-1982. Volunteer North Kent Service Center, Rockford Krause Library., Rockford Museum. Member National Education Association, Michigan Education Association, Caledonia Community Education (secretary 1968-1972), Rogue Valley Women's Club (president, vice president 1973-1975).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, writing, travel, spending time at family cottage.

Connections

father:
John Remington Lamb

mother:
Helen Lucille (Forrest) Lamb