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Ruth Ann Shattuck

property management executive

Ruth Ann Shattuck, American property management executive. Certified in apartment management and professional leasing. Member of National Association Female Executives, Tarrant County Apartment Association (member education committee 1982-1986), Certified Apartment Management Council (member speaker committee 1985-1986).

Background

Shattuck, Ruth Ann was born on April 14, 1950 in Carbondale, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Orville Drane Jackson and Ruth Irene (Tellor) Jackson Rafferty.

Education

Gard., Fort Worth, 1968.

Career

Clerical positions, Fort Worth, 1973—1981. Leasing agent manager Carillon Management Company, Hurst and Fort Worth, 1981—1983. Resident manager Stonehenge Apartments, Fort Worth, 1983—1984, Country Oaks Apts./Herman Management Company, Fort Worth, 1984, Spanish Meadows Apts./JG Management, Fort Worth, 1984—1985.

Property supervisor Texas division JG Management, Fort Worth, since 1984.

Achievements

  • Certified in apartment management and professional leasing.

Religion

Hell is a real place existing outside of God—an eternal separation between soul and God. Hell was created originally for Satan and his devils as a place of incredible torment.

Views

All persons, regardless of age, gender, marital status, or sexual orientation, are entitled to have their human and civil rights ensured and to be protected against violence.

Membership

Member of National Association Female Executives, Tarrant County Apartment Association (member education committee 1982-1986), Certified Apartment Management Council (member speaker committee 1985-1986).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Design and execution of individually numbered porcelain dolls.

Connections

Married Frederick Walter Shattuck, March 29, 1982. Children from previous marriage: Sallie Irena Woodard, Rebecca Ann Woodard, Lisa Michelle Woodard.

father:
Orville Drane Jackson Rafferty

mother:
Ruth Irene (Tellor) Jackson Rafferty

spouse:
Frederick Walter Shattuck

Politics

The Church is after all a movement which sought to inject passion, direction and purpose into the spiritual lives of the people.