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Marcia Duncan, American service executive. Named one of Outstanding Young Women American, 1986.


Duncan, Marcia was born on April 24, 1952 in Bloomington, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Robert Joseph and Jane Ruth (Weymouth) Duncan.


Student, Creighton University, 1973. Bachelor, Northern Illinois University, 1976.


Property underwriter/claims department, Farmers Insurance Company, Aurora, Illinoissales director, Hilton Inns, Inc., Chicago and Aurora, Illinoisdirector marketing and sales, Saratoga Hotel, North Aurora, Illinois, 1985-1987;director marketing and sales, Berkshire Hilton Inn, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1987-1989;general manager, Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires, Lenox, Massachusetts, 1989-1990;Highwood manager, Boston Symphony Orchestra, since 1990;president, Duncan Enterprises, Lenox, Massachusetts, since 1991;principal, Elegantly Yours, Lenox, Massachusetts, since 1992. Sales blitz coordinator Hilton Inns, Inc. Program developer Best Western Inns, Inc., Aurora, Dallas.

Marketing consultant Young Women’s Christian Association, Aurora, 1986. Owner Elegantly Yours, Lenox, Mss. President Duncan Enterprises, Lenox.


Local promoter Mississippi American and Mississippi Illinois Pageants, Chicago and Aurora, 1976-1986. Fund raiser Aurora University, 1983-1986. Fund raiser, member auxiliary Mercy Center Hospital, Aurora, 1982-1986.

Member marketing board Center Berkshire United Way. Member national alumni board Creighton University, 1990-1993. Deputy sheriff Berkshire County, 1990-1992.

Member Women in Management, Business and Professional Women's Association, American Heart Association (board directors), Greater Aurora Chamber of Commerce (committee since 1985), Aurora Jaycee-ettes (secretary, vice president, president, chairman, Jaycee-ette of Year 1975-1976), Aurora Junior Women's Club.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, tennis, water sports, snow skiing, dancing.


Married Richard J. Feltes, July 14, 1973 (divorced July 1979). 1 child, Richard James World War II.

Robert Joseph Duncan

Jane Ruth (Weymouth) Duncan

Richard J. Feltes