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Secondary education educator , writer

Marjorie Weeden Champlin, American secondary education educator, writer. Avocations: swimming, walking, listening to news and political programs, writing. F C. Writer to national leaders in Congress and State Department; Member American Association of University Women, Conanicut Island Art Association.

Background

Champlin, Marjorie Weeden was born on March 26, 1921 in Newport, Rhode Island, United States. Daughter of Lawrence Weeden and Ena (Eddy) Champlin.

Education

Bachelor in English, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts, 1943. Master of Arts in Classics, Brown University, 1959. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1967.

Master of Arts in English, University Rhode Island, 1974.

Career

Cryptographer Signal corpus, United States army, Arlington, Virginia, 1943-1945;reporter, secretary, Washington Post, 1945-1946;secretary, Christian Science Monitor, Boston, 1946-1949;teacher English, Cranston (Rhode Island) High School, 1958-1959;teacher Latin and French, North Kingston (Rhode Island) High School, 1960-1970;debating coach, North Kingston (Rhode Island) High School, 1965-1970;drama coach, North Kingston (Rhode Island) High School, 1968-1969.

Achievements

  • Avocations: swimming, walking, listening to news and political programs, writing. F C.

Membership

Writer to national leaders in Congress and State Department. Member American Association of University Women, Conanicut Island Art Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming, walking, listening to news and political programs, writing.

Connections

father:
Lawrence Weeden Champlin

mother:
Ena (Eddy) Champlin