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marketing educator

Margaret Smith-Loeb was American marketing educator. Member Cosmetic Executive Women.


Smith-Loeb, Margaret was born on April 17, 1932 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Frederick James Church and Margaret MacWhannell.


Bachelor, Hood College, 1953. Postgraduate, St. Johns, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1969.


Buyer, assistant buyer Malchman's, Falmouth, Massachusetts, 1960-1963. Teacher Sandia Middle School, Albuquerque, 1963-1967. Dean Kent Middle School, Englewood, Colorado, 1967-1969.

Buyer intimate apparel May D&F, Denver, 1969-1973. Buyer young junior department Gertz, Jamaica, New York, 1973-1974. Buyer, product developer Belk Store Services, New York City, 1974-1976.

Divisional merchandise manager Kirby Block/Irene Johns, 1976-1979. Buyer, department manager Bloomingdale's, 1979-1981. Assistant professor fashion buying and mdsg. department Fashion Institute of Technology, 1981-1988, assistant professor, chairperson cosmetics and fragrance marketing department, 1988—2004.

Chairperson certified board Fragrance Foundation, New York City, 1993-1904. Participant conferences Institute Supervision Harvard School Education, 1969, workshop American Management Association, 1974, Excellence in College Teaching Lilly Conference, Oxford, Ohio, 1990.


Member Cosmetic Executive Women.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, music, travel, theater.


Married Dennis Patrick Delaney, August 7, 1954 (divorced April 1959). Married Curtis Malchman Smith, October 15, 1959 (divorced January 1967). 1 child, Jean Delaney Smith.

Married John Meltzer Loeb, July 9, 1976 (deceased January 1995).

Frederick James Church

Margaret MacWhannell

Dennis Patrick Delaney

Curtis Malchman Smith

John Meltzer Loeb

Jean Delaney Smith Smith-Loeb