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Patricia Armstrong Warren, American financial consultant. Grantee, National Museum Act, 1973.


Warren, Patricia Armstrong was born on January 29, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Paul Lincoln and Marie (Collison) Armstrong.


Student, Mills College, 1949—1951. Student, University California, Berkeley, 1951—1952. Bachelor, California State University, Los Angeles, 1965.

Master of Arts, California State University, 1967. Master of Business Administration, Pepperdine University, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, Pacific Western University, 1981.


History curator Department Arboreta & Botanic Gardens County Los Angeles, Arcadia, 1967—1975. Accountant executive Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Sherman Oaks, 1975—1977. Instructor Pasadena City College, 1968—1975, University California, Los Angeles, 1969—1975, University of California at Los Angeles Extension, since 1982.

President Armstrong Warren Associates, since 1977. Vice president Armstrong Farms, since 1981. Member Los Angeles City History & Cultural Properties Survey.


Member of Women in Bus, Conference California History Societies (chairman, museum chairman 1971-1973), History Society Southern California (vice president 1971), Association History Societies Los Angeles County (president 1971-1973), California History Society (merit award 1974), Society Architectural Historians (treasurer chapter 1978-1980), Women Wall St. West (director), International Association Finance Planners, American Management Association, Institute Certified Finance Planners, Association Master of Business Administration, National Association Female Executives, American Association Museum, University Club (Los Angeles), Phi Alpha Theta.

  • Women in Bus

  • Conference California Hist. Societies (chairman, museum chairman 1971?Co73)

  • Hist. Society Southern California (vice president 1971)

  • Association Hist. Societies Los Angeles County (president 1971?Co73)

  • California Hist. Society (merit award 1974)

  • Society Architectural Historians (treasurer chapter 1978?Co80)

  • Women Wall St. West (director)

  • International Association Fin. Planners

  • American Management Association

  • Institute Certified Fin. Planners

  • Association MBAs

  • National Association Female Executives

  • American Association Museum

  • University Club (Los Angeles)

  • Phi Alpha Theta


Children: William, Tiffany, John, Wendy Warren Mullender.

Paul Lincoln Armstrong

Marie (Collison) Armstrong

William Warren

Tiffany Warren

John Warren

Wendy Warren Mullender Warren