Marjorie Lenore Rapp Edit Profile
Bachelor with honors, University Chicago, 1951. Master of Arts with honors, University Chicago, 1954. Postgraduate, University Colorado.
General manager Sark Aviation, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1961—1964, North Union Development Company, LaSalle Development Company, Colorado Springs, 1964—1976. Vice president, Chief Financial Officer Janus Corporation, 1964—1970. Vice president, treasurer Medical & Data Services Inc., 1977—1978, founder, 1978.
Owner Pandora Enterprises, Colorado Springs, since 1978. Managing general partner Soda Creek Land Company, since 1983, Perkins-Shearer Building Partnership, since 1988. General partner RMD Enterprises, since 1985, R&N Enterprises, since 1985.
Seminar teacher, since 1975. Director Candy-Stripe program St. Francis Hospital, Colorado Springs, 1967—1968. Assistant to minister music First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs, 1967—1975.
Genealogy research library Penrose Public Library., Colorado Springs, 1971—1973. President guild Colorado Springs Choral Society, 1962—1963. Treasurer, board directors Colorado Opera Festival, 1978—1981.
Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, American Association of University Women, El Paso County Medical Auxiliary, Mayflower Society, American Association Retired Persons, Smithsonian Associates, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Volunteer Association, Arthritis Foundation, Opera Council 500, Friends White House Ranch, Friends Pioneers Museum, Friends Pikes Peak Library. District, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Pikes Peak Genealogical Society, Colorado Geneal Society, Society Preservation New England Antiquities, New England History & Genealogical Society, National Genealogical Society, National Trust History Preservation, Earthwatch, Quadrangler Alumni Association (life), Memorial Hospital Auxiliary (life), Plaza (founder), Colorado Springs Country, Phi Beta Kappa.
Married Alan Dean Rapp, June 14, 1953. Children: Jeffrey Clinton, Martha Coralynne, David Cyril.