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educator , historian

Margaret Quigley Dienhoffer, American historian, educator. Leader Girl Scouts United States of America, Moravia, New York, 1992; assistant leader Cub Scouts United States of America, 2000—2002; active Masterworks Chorale, Skaneateles, 1995—1998; parish council representative Good Shepherd Catholic Community, Moravia, 1998—2000; Member of Organization American Historians, New York State Council for Social Studies, Phi Alpha Theta.

Background

Dienhoffer, Margaret Quigley was born on March 16, 1956 in Auburn, New York, United States. Daughter of John Vincent and Ethel Gwendolyn Quigley.

Education

Associate of Arts, Cayuga County Community College, 1976. Associate of Applied Science, Cayuga County Community College, 1977. Bachelor of Science, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1979.

Master of Science, State University of New York, Cortland, 2002.

Career

Teacher High School social studies Summit School, Cayuga/Onondaga Boards of Cooperative Educational Services, Auburn, New York, 2000—2002. Teacher world history I and II and A.P. European History Moravia Central School, since 2002. Student council advisor Moravia Central School.

Membership

Leader Girl Scouts United States of America, Moravia, New York, 1992. Assistant leader Cub Scouts United States of America, 2000—2002. Active Masterworks Chorale, Skaneateles, 1995—1998.

Parish council representative Good Shepherd Catholic Community, Moravia, 1998—2000. Member of Organization American Historians, New York State Council for Social Studies, Phi Alpha Theta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Horseback riding, swimming, skiing.

Connections

Married Robert Ludwig Dienhoffer, October 12, 1984. Children: Robin Quigley, Daniel John.

father:
John Vincent

mother:
Ethel Gwendolyn Quigley

spouse:
Robert Ludwig Dienhoffer

children:
Robin Quigley Dienhoffer

Daniel John Dienhoffer