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Lynn Sheryl Stutheit, American public information officer.


Stutheit, Lynn Sheryl was born on November 5, 1958 in Englewood, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Wilbur Wallace and Geraldine Grace (Garrison) Stutheit.


Student, University New Mexico, 1976-1978; Bachelor of Science, Colorado Women's College, 1981.


Instructor in tennis, South Suburban Parks & Recreation, Littleton, Colorado, 1975-1980; reporter, photography, intern, Denver Housing Authority, 1980-1981; reporter, correspondent, The Denver Post, 1982; reporter, Wyoming Eagle, Cheyenne, 1982-1983; reporter, Aurora (Colorado) Sentinel, 1983-1984; communications assistant, Institute Certified Finance Planners, Denver, 1985-1986; public information officer, Durango (Colorado) School District, 1985-1990; public information officer, since 1990.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (play) The Governor's Annual Senior Christmas Party, 1983 (guest columnist Durango Herald). World Book of Poetry, Gifted and Talented Magazine, 1989.


Volunteer teacher Four Corners Health Care Center, Durango, 1987-1990. Member Committee for Handicapped Citizens, Durango, 1989-1990. Member national School Public Relations Association, Colorado School Public Relations Association, National Organization of Women (treasurer, vice president Durango chapter 1988-1990), American Association of University Women, Women in Communications (secretary Durango chapter 1989-1990), Optimists.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: comedy writing, hiking, theatre, sports.


Wilbur Wallace Stutheit

Geraldine Grace (Garrison) Stutheit