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Randolph William Axt, American volunteer municipal officer. Certified secretary elementary teacher, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Named Citizen of Year, City of Superior and Douglas County, 1980.

Background

Axt, Randolph William was born on January 28, 1950 in Superior, Wisconsin, United States. Son of William Edward and Alice Cecelia (Claassen) Axt.

Education

Bachelor in Social Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1972;student, University Wisconsin, Superior, since 1969;Master of Science in Education, University of Wisconsin, 1976;student, Wisconsin Indian Head Technology School, Superior, 1968;student, College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, 1984;student, University Wisconsin Madison Extension.

Career

Teacher elementary schools, Superior, Wisconsin, 1975-1978;library media audio visual center coordinator elementary schools, Superior, Wisconsin, 1977-1986;special capacity staff member, School District of Superior, 1986-1990;curriculum review task force member, School District of Superior, 1983-1984;junior Great Books teacher, School District of Superior, 1986;recycling subcommittee task force, City of Superior, since 1995.

Membership

Camp chairman Douglas County Easter Seal Society of Wisconsin, Superior, since 1978. Board directors Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy, Madison, 1978-1982, Wisconsin Disability Coalition, 1980-1981. Wisconsin alternate delagate White House Conference of Handicapped Individuals, 1977.

Board trustees Superior Public Library., 1991-1994. Active 1st Presbyterian Church, Superior, since 1992. Secretary Mayor's commission on disabilities, since 1990.

Member Superior East High School All School Reunion Choir, 1983. Past president Cerebral Palsy Association of Northwest Wisconsin. Past officer Douglas County Easter Seal Association.

Past vice chairman Wisconsin State Easter Seal Society. Convention delegate Wisconsin Federation Teachers, 1984. Community liaison from Superior Mayor's Commission on Disabilities to National Organization on Disability, Washington.

Member American Library Association (life), American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, American Federation Teachers, St. Louis County (Minnesota) History Society, Cerebral Palsy Association of Northwest Wisconsin (board directors since 1972), University Wisconsin-Superior Alumni Association (life, centennial subcommittee 1992-1993), University Illinois Alumni Association (life), Save Lake Superior Association, Wisconsin Educational Media Association, Wisconsin Library. Association, Lawyers Literary Guild, Superior Federation Teachers, Superior Area Organization Retired Teachers, United Commercial Travelers of America, Indianhead Handicap Club, Common Cause, Academy Political Science, Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Omnicron.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: interpersonal relationships, genealogy, study of politics, sports.