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political activist

Louise Adrieanne Henson, American political activist. Recipient Distinguished Service award Democratic party, 1996, Eleanor Roosevelt award, 1996, Davis County Candidates Appreciation award, 1980.

Background

Henson, Louise Adrieanne was born on November 21, 1929 in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, United States.

Education

Student, Colorado State University, 1948.

Membership

Activities in Utah Democratic politics include Utah Democratic national committeewoman, 1988-1996, member Utah Clinton/Gore '96 steering committee, super delegate national conventions, 1992, 96, delegate national conventions, 1988, 1980, executive committee Utah Democratic party, 1988-1996, campaign manager legislation district 13, 1990, 92, Davis county coordinator Ted Wilson for Governor, 1984, Ted Wilson for Senate, 1982, Matheson for Governor, 1976, 1980. Other activities include office volunteer Nature Conservancy, 1996, 97, member Institutional Council, Utah Technology College, 1978-1982, area captain American Heart Association, 1986-1990, member Citizens Advisory Committee Davis School District, 1980-1982, leader Girl Scouts United States, Brownies, Cub Scouts, Little League scorekeeper, Sunday School teacher, volunteer American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Society, American Heart Association. Member Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Association, Sierra Club, Utahns for Choice, Planned Parenthood, Habitat for Humanity.

Connections

Married Phillip C. Henson, August 14, 1947. Children: Gail Henson Dahlquist, Helen Henson-Hale, Van Emden.

spouse:
Phillip C. Henson

child:
Gail Henson Dahlquist Henson

child:
Helen Henson-Hale Henson

child:
Van Emden Henson