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Music educator , business executive

Margaret Ruth Seale, music educator, business executive. Recipient New Orleans Mayor's awards, 1971, 75.

Background

Seale, Margaret Ruth was born on April 20, 1915 in Knoxville, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Andrew and Edna Lee (Phillips) Lamb.

Education

Student Tulane University, 1958-1959.

Career

Composer songs: Welcome to New Orleans, Get-A-Going, Oh That Men Would Praise the Lord, Unworthy As I Am, All Things Work Together.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer songs: Welcome to New Orleans, Get-A-Going, Oh That Men Would Praise the Lord, Unworthy As I Am, All Things Work Together. Author museum production Li'l Ol' Looziana. Recordings include: In The Now, 1975.

      Love Song, It's Wonderful, Welcome to Louisiana. Also sheet music.

Membership

Member advisory board Delta Festival Ballet Company Music Therapy Fund, since 1950. Member Louisiana Council for Music and Performing Arts, National Music Teachers Association, Louisiana Music Teachers Association, New Orleans Music Teachers Association (executive director), National Music Council (bicentennial coordinator), National Federation Music.

Connections

Married Clifton Carter Seale, November 9, 1941. Children– Clifton Carter, Joy Ruth, Robert Hamilton.

father:
James Andrew Lamb

mother:
Edna Lee (Phillips) Lamb

spouse:
Clifton Carter Seale

children:
Clifton Carter Seale

Joy Ruth Seale

Robert Hamilton Seale