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Librarian

Mary Regina Mellon, American librarian. Named Hobart's Most Valuable Woman, Trade Winds Rehabilitation, Gary, 1980, honoree, Coalition for International Women's Day, East Chicago, Indiana, 1983; recipient Angel award, Southlake Center for Mental Health, Merrillville, 1981.

Background

Mellon, Mary Regina was born on September 8, 1915 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Frank and Myrtle (Lewis) Brown.

Education

Bachelor with highest distinction, Indiana University Northwest, 1976.

Career

Library. St. Bridget Elementary School, Hobart, Indiana, 1963—1970, St. Bridget Parish, Hobart, 1973—1985. Library. aide modern language department Indiana University, Gary, 1967. Volunteers in Service to America volunteer Action, Indianapolis, 1977—1980.

Director Caring Place, Inc., Hobart, 1978—1980.

Membership

Mediator Better Business Bureau, Merrillville, Indiana, 1977—1998. Allocation volunteer Lake Area United Way, Griffith, 1989—2004, Vision Council member, 2002—2004. Board directors Hobart Township Lake Ridge Community Services, 1980—1998.

Connections

Married Byron Joseph Mellon, September 7, 1936 (deceased July 1970). Children: Richard, Terry, Claudia Vidano, James, Byron, Leo, William, Robert.

father:
Frank Brown

mother:
Myrtle (Lewis) Brown

spouse:
Byron Joseph Mellon

child:
Richard Mellon

child:
Terry Mellon

child:
Claudia Vidano Mellon

child:
James Mellon

child:
Byron Mellon

child:
Leo Mellon

child:
William Mellon

child:
Robert Mellon