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art educator

Marjorie Jeanne Ferguson, American art educator. Named Woman of the Year, El Reno Community Chorus, 1989.


Ferguson, Marjorie Jeanne was born on November 23, 1928 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Rosco Clifford and Ada Lucile (Carver) Caldwell.


Bachelor, University of Science and Arts Oklahoma, 1982. Master of Arts, University Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1984.


Professor, El Reno (Oklahoma) Junior College (name now Redlands Community College), since 1984. Judge numerous art shows and scholastic meets.


  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows at USAO, Central State University, El Reno Art Festival, Canada County Fair, 1st National Bank El Reno, Oklahoma Federal Savings & Loan, Overholser Museum, 1994.


President, vice president El Reno Community Chorus. Secretary Hillcrest Parent-Teachers Association, El Reno, Parent-Teachers Association Council, El Reno. Leader Girl Scouts United States of America.

Assistant leader Boy Scouts American. Member American Association of University Women, Business and Professional Women's Association, Edmond Art Association, American Legion, Oklahoma City Art Guild, Yukon Art Association, Redlands Community College Art Alumni Association, Redlands Alumni Art Club (president 1992-1993).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, sewing, doll making, logo designer.


Married Herman Doyle Ferguson, July 4, 1948 (deceased August 1990). Children: Terry Jeanne, John Doyle.

Rosco Clifford Caldwell

Ada Lucile (Carver) Caldwell

Herman Doyle Ferguson

Terry Jeanne Ferguson

John Doyle Ferguson