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librarian , musician

Madge Marie Wallin was librarian, musician. Recipient international awards for flower arranging, 1986, 1988, 1989, Mary Johnson award. Fellow: Daughters of the American Revolution, National Trust Historic Preservation (historic preservation award 1994), Port Townsend Garden Club (president, board directors, life judge, Gardener of Year); member: His. Society Jefferson County (arts and crafts board directors).

Background

Wallin, Madge Marie was born on August 28, 1917 in Algona, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Samuel Gordon Felt and Lola Dorothy Woodruff.

Education

Student in English literature, Seattle Community College, 1948—1949. Student, University Washington. Student, Olympia Peninsula College, Washington, 1973—1975.

Career

Lead clerk tool engineering, library Boeing Headquarters, Seattle, 1950—1964. Library City of Port Townsend, 1943—1945, 1948—1962.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Singer: Seattle Madrigal Society, radio, television, Seattle Opera House, others.

Membership

Fellow: Daughters of the American Revolution, National Trust Historic Preservation (historic preservation award 1994), Port Townsend Garden Club (president, board directors, life judge, Gardener of Year). Member: His. Society Jefferson County (arts and crafts board directors).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Walking, sightseeing, birdwatching, gardening, writing.

Connections

Married Charles Edward Wallin, April 5, 1942 (deceased March 6, 1991).

father:
Samuel Gordon Felt

mother:
Lola Dorothy Woodruff

spouse:
Charles Edward Wallin