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educator , recreation facility executive

Margaret Sanborn Ziegler, American recreation facility executive, educator. Chair board trustees Cathedral of the Pines, Rindge, 1990-1994, chair executive committee, 1994-1998, trustee, incorporator, since 1987. Member New Hampshire Travel Council (board directors since 1978), New Hampshire Camp Ground Owners Association (board directors 1977-1984, president 1978-1980), Monadnock Travel Council (president 1992-1998), Chamber of Commerce.

Background

Ziegler, Margaret Sanborn was born on April 2, 1943 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Alfred and Margaret Elizabeth (Parker) Ziegler.

Education

Bachelor, Bates College, 1964. Postgraduate, Wheaton College, 1966. Master of Science, Indiana University, 1972.

Career

Unit director supplemental recreation activities overseas American Red Cross, Pleiku, Republic of Vietnam, 1966-1967. Director Camp Nawaka, Otis, Massachusetts, 1970-1971. Visiting professor University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1973-1974.

Executive director Highland Valley Elder Service Center, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1975-1977. Infoline coordinator, acting director New Hampshire Social Welfare Council, Concord, 1978-1980. Professor Franklin Pierce College, Rindge, New Hampshire, since 1980.

Owner, manager Field 'n Forest Recreation, Hancock, Harrisville, since 1977. Committee member New Hampshire Joint Promotional Program, Concord, New Hampshire, 1978-1992.

Membership

Chair board trustees Cathedral of the Pines, Rindge, 1990-1994, chair executive committee, 1994-1998, trustee, incorporator, since 1987. Member New Hampshire Travel Council (board directors since 1978), New Hampshire Camp Ground Owners Association (board directors 1977-1984, president 1978-1980), Monadnock Travel Council (president 1992-1998), Chamber of Commerce.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, cooking.

Connections

father:
Alfred Ziegler

mother:
Margaret Elizabeth (Parker) Ziegler