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Lucille Tinker Maloney, American civic worker. Certified teacher Idaho State University.

Background

Maloney, Lucille Tinker was born on March 13, 1920 in Twin Falls, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Edward Milo and Lillian (Schaefer) Tinker.

Education

Frank E. Maloney, February 20, 1943 (deceased).

Career

Teacher's certified, Idaho State University. Student Washington State University, 1941. President, U.Fla. Women's Club, 1960-1961, Gainesville Women's Club, 1974-1975, Friends of Five Station WUFT-television, Public Broadcasting, 1976-1977.

Chairman, organizer Gainesville Spring Pilgrimage, 1976. Founder, president Thomas Center Associations, 1978-1980. Vice president U. Florida Art Gallery Guild, 1981, president, 1982-1984.

Member Florida Governor's Challenge Program Committee, 1981. Trustee Florida House, Washington, 1975-1980. Chairman Santa Fe Regional Library.

Board, 1980-1981; president Gainesville Women's Forum, 1984-1985. Member Executive Commission Florida for Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial. Board directors Classic 89, National Public Radio, 1987-1996.

Trustee Displaced Homemakers, Santa Fe Community College. Advisory board Gainesville for Thomas Center Gardens, 1985-1996. Board director Florida Performing Arts Affiliates, 1990-1996.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher Idaho State University.

Membership

Trustee Displaced Homemakers, Santa Fe Community College, Florida House, Washington, 1975—1980. Advisory board member Gainesville Thomas Center Gardens, 1985—1996. Board director Florida Performing Arts Affiliates, 1990—1996.

Member Lucille T. Maloney Conference Room, Thomas Center. Member of Howe Society Rare Books (board directors), Florida Women's Network, International Platform Association, Altrusa International, Gainesville Chamber of Commerce (public affairs committee member 1983-1984), Florida League Conservation Voters (board directors 1983-1996), Florida Trust History Preservation, Civic Chorus, Foundation Promotion Music, History Gainesville, Inc., Friends of Music, Florida State Museum Associates (president 1985-1987), Friends of Library., Heritage Club (board governors), Gainesville Garden Club, University Florida Club.

Connections

Married Frank E. Maloney, February 20, 1943 (deceased). Children: Frank E. Junior, JoAnn Maloney Smallwood, Elizabeth Maloney Hurst.

father:
Edward Milo Tinker

mother:
Lillian (Schaefer) Tinker

spouse:
Frank E. Maloney

child:
Frank E. Junior Maloney

child:
JoAnn Maloney Smallwood Maloney

child:
Elizabeth Maloney Hurst Maloney