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editor , journalist

Nancy Leona Mersereau, American journalist, editor. Lifetime teacher's license, Wisconsin. Recipient Leadership award Girl Scouts American, Hanau, 1965.

Background

Mersereau, Nancy Leona was born on January 25, 1934 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Wilfred Joseph and Leona Josephine (Rondeau) Baye.

Education

Bachelor, College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, 1956. Student, University Wisconsin, Green Bay, 1969.

Career

Teacher, Antigo (Wisconsin) School District, 1956-1959;teacher, El Paso School District, 1960-1962;teacher, Pulaski (Wisconsin) School District, 1969-1970;journalist, editor, Port Publications, Port Washington, Wisconsin, since 1971.

Achievements

  • Lifetime teacher's license, Wisconsin.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author numerous newspaper articles, since 1972.

Membership

President Hanau (Germany) Officers Club, 1963-1964. President, board directors United Way, Port Washington, 1970s. Board directors Ozaukee Unit American Red Cross, Port Washington, since 1995.

Past president, board directors Fish Day, Inc., Port Washington, since 1971. Member National Newspaper Association (committee member, state chairman), Wisconsin Newspaper Association (board directors, 1st woman president 1992-1993, Foundation since 1995).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: needlepoint, knitting, reading, swimming.

Connections

Married John Wilfrid Mersereau, December 27, 1958. Children: Mark, Thomas.

father:
Wilfred Joseph Baye

mother:
Leona Josephine (Rondeau) Baye

spouse:
John Wilfrid Mersereau

children:
Mark Mersereau

Thomas Mersereau