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Margaret J. Hoefer, American Librarian ( hum: library)librarian. Recipient 1st Annual award for service to Florida libraries Council for Florida Libraries, 1981. Member Palm Bay Community Association, 1976^; member Brevard County Library. Board, 1977-1981, president, 1979; member Friends of the Palm Bay (Florida) Library, 1980^, president, 1981-1982; Member AARP, Greater Palm Bay Area Senior Center Association, Retired Senior Vol.Persons.

Background

Hoefer, Margaret J. was born on July 28, 1909 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Thomas A. and Margaret Emma (Skillin) Ford. Bachelor of Science, Kansas State College, 1932.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Kansas State College, 1932. Master of Arts, Colorado State College, 1939. Bachelor of Liberal Studies, University Denver, 1943.

Career

Teacher Smith Center High School, Kansas, 1934—1938. Head English department Iola (Kansas) Senior High School, 1939—1943. Head circulation department Topeka Public Library., 1943—1944.

Library Pueblo (Colorado) Junior College, 1944—1946. Bookmobile library United States Army, Nurnberg, Germany, 1946—1948. Director Supreme Command Allies Pacific Civil Information and Education Library., Osaka, Japan, 1948—1950.

Commanded library PHILCOM & 13th Air Force, Clark Air Force Base, Manila, 1950—1951. Staff library Center Air Defense Force, Kansas City, 1951—1953. County library Carroll County, Maryland, Westminster, 1958—1962.

Head library Woodlawn Junior High School, Baltimore, 1962—1963. Head reference services Smithtown (New York ) Library., 1963—1965. Director Emma S. Clark Memorial Library., Setauket, New York, 1965—1967.

Reference library Nassau Community College, Garden City, 1967—1969. Assistant professor library science Suffolk County Community College, Selden, 1969—1972. Library Golden Hills Academy, Ocala, Florida, 1972—1974.

Reference library part-time Melbourne (Florida) Public Library., 1975—1978. Corporation library Harris Corporation, Melbourne, 1980—1985. Member Palm Bay Comty.

Association, from 1976. Vice president, membership committee Brevard Association Advancement Blind, 1975—1990. Archivist Sebastian Inlet District, Melbourne, Florida, 1977—1987.

Member Brevard County Library. Board, 1977—1981, president, 1979. Member Friends of the Palm Bay (Florida) Library., from 1980, president, 1981—1982.

Certified tutor Literacy, English for Speakers of Other Languages Literacy Council South Brevard, from 1985. Consultant libraries Brevard Art Center and Museum, South Brevard Women's Center.

Membership

Member Palm Bay Community Association, 1976^. Member Brevard County Library. Board, 1977-1981, president, 1979.

Member Friends of the Palm Bay (Florida) Library, 1980^, president, 1981-1982. Member AARP, Greater Palm Bay Area Senior Center Association, Retired Senior Vol.Persons.

Connections

father:
Thomas A. Bachelor of Science

mother:
Margaret Emma (Skillin) Ford. Bachelor of Science