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religious organization administrator

Mimi Toy Dortch, religious organization administrator. Recipient Rufus Young award Afro-American Ministerial Alliance, 1990, Top of the Republican award Art Repertory Theater, 1990, Humanitarian award North Carolina.C.J., 1996; named Outstanding Sustainer of Year, Junior League of Little Rock, 1990, One of 100 Top Women, Arkansas Business Magazine, 1994.

Background

Dortch, Mimi Toy was born on August 25, 1930 in Little Rock. Daughter of Frederick Gustave and Madalyn (Toy) Breitzke.

Education

Student, Mount Vernon Junior College. Student, University Arkansas.

Career

Director, Arkansas Interfaith Conference, Scott, since 1989.

Membership

Active Governors commission on Capital Punishment, 1970-1972, The Handicapped, 1975-1990, Kidney Transplant, 1970-1990. Co-chair new building fund Our House Shelter. Member National Museum Women in Arts, Little Rock Country Club, Chi Omega (president 1960).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, puzzle solving.

Connections

Married William Pinkney Dortch, Sep. 16, 1950 (divorced August 1980). Children: William Pinkney IV, Madalyn Dortch Johnson.

father:
Frederick Gustave Breitzke

mother:
Madalyn (Toy) Breitzke

spouse:
William Pinkney Dortch

child:
Madalyn Dortch Johnson Dortch

child:
William Pinkney IV Dortch