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Editor , freelance/self-employed writer

Margaret Woodruff Baender, American editor, freelance/self-employed writer. Achievements include starting pen-pal service for children and young adults in Nyazura, Zimbawe, 1986.

Background

Baender, Margaret Woodruff was born on April 1, 1921 in Salt Lake City. Daughter of Russell Kimball and Margaret Angeline (McIntyre) Woodruff.

Education

Bachelor, U. Utah, 1944. In clerical, personnel work various firms, San Francisco Bay area, 1970-1975. Reporter, columnist Valley Pioneer, Danville, California, 1975-1977.

Editor Diablo (California) Inferno, 1971-1976. Author Shifting Sands, 1981, Tail Waggings of Maggie, 1982.

Career

Clerical and personnel work, San Francisco, 1970—1975. Reporter and columnist Valley Pioneer, Danville, 1975—1977. Editor Diablo Inferno, 1971—1976.

Achievements

  • Achievements include starting pen-pal service for children and young adults in Nyazura, Zimbawe, 1986.

Membership

Fellow: International Biographical Association. Member: American Association of University Women, International Women's Writers Guild, Society Children's Book Writers, National Writers Club, American Biographical Institute (Raleigh, North Carolina chapter) (life), Alpha Delta Pi.

Connections

Married Phillip Albers Baender, August 17, 1946 (deceased ). Children: Kristine Lynn, Charlene Anne, Michael Phillip, Russell Richard.

father:
Russell Kimball Woodruff

mother:
Margaret Angeline (McIntyre) Woodruff

spouse:
Phillip Albers Baender

children:
Kristine Lynn Baender

Charlene Anne Baender

Michael Phillip Baender

Russell Richard Baender