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Marsha Yvonne Merry

literature and language professor

Marsha Yvonne Merry, literature and language professor. Certified in library science early childhood to young adult National Board Certification, 2006, gifted education K-12 Missouri, 2001, library science 1982. Recipient Pettus award, Leadership & Service award, St. Louis County Branch National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 2009.

Background

Merry, Marsha Yvonne Daughter of Robert Lee and Marinda Anise Wright.

Education

Bachelor of Science in English, University Missouri, 1978. Master of Education in Adult Emphasis, University Missouri, 1986.

Career

Riverview gardens school district Public Schools, Bellefountaine, Missouri, 1978—1980. Teacher St. Louis Public Schools, since 1980, homebound instructor, 1991—2007.

Achievements

  • Certified in library science early childhood to young adult National Board Certification, 2006, gifted education K-12 Missouri, 2001, library science 1982.

Works

  • Singer: (cd recording tour in hamburg germany) Standing on the Corner of Love.

Religion

Baptism should be administered to those who can understand the Christian faith and the true meaning of the rite.

Views

The purpose of every individual is to develop a dynamic, intricate, and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.

Membership

Committe member Tennesee State University Alumni, St. Louis, 2003—2010. Various ministries leader Mount Beulah Bachelor of Medicine Church, 2004—2010. Member University Missouri Alumni Chapter, 2009—2010.

Member of Phi Lambda Theta International Honor Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Dance, theater, singing, exercise.

Connections

Married Allan Preston Merry, January 27, 1994. Children: Ja-Mes Anthony Watson, Ja-Renda Annise Watson, Ja-Nene Altionelle Watson.

father:
Robert Lee

mother:
Marinda Anise Wright

spouse:
Allan Preston Merry

children:
Ja-Mes Anthony Watson Merry

Ja-Renda Annise Watson Merry

Ja-Nene Altionelle Watson Merry

Politics

Religious freedom should be supported and the expressions of faith of others should be respected.