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rancher , elementary school educator

Nancy Jean Zimmerer, American elementary school educator, rancher. Recipient 3rd place Outstanding Teacher American History, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1984, National 3rd Place award for outstanding observance of Constitution Week, Washington District of Columbia, 1991.

Background

Zimmerer, Nancy Jean was born on January 10, 1951 in Torrington, Wyoming, United States. Daughter of George Frederick and Isabelle Brown Hill.

Education

Associate of Arts, Eastern Wyoming College, Torrington, 1972. Bachelor of Science in Education, Chadron State College, Nebraska, 1974.

Career

Elementary teacher School District # 44, Alliance, Nebraska, 1974—1975, Henry (Nebraska) Elementary, 1975—1979. Teacher grade 5 Platte County School District # 2, Guernsey, Wyoming, teacher grade 2, since 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Let Your Light Shine, Volunteer IV, 2002.

Membership

Elder Lingle (Wyoming) Community Presbyterian Church, 1999—2002, teacher Sunday school, 2002—2003, member choir. Member of Daughters of the American Revolution (state historian 1992-1993, regent Elizabeth Ramsey chapter 2001-2003), Order Eastern Star (Torrington chapter # 22), Delta Kappa Gamma (president Epsilon chapter women teachers group 2002-2004).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Genealogy, golf, photography, reading, crafts.

Connections

Married David Lee Zimmerer, August 9, 1975.

father:
George Frederick

mother:
Isabelle Brown Hill

spouse:
David Lee Zimmerer