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Public relations executive , textbook editor

Ruth Louise Lutze, American textbook editor, public relations executive. Recipient certified appreciation for volunteer in education, Kiwanis Club of East Boston, 1972. Board directors Winthrop Improvement and History Association, since 1980; volunteer teacher Boston Public Schools, 1967-1977; member Winthrop Republican Town Committee, since 1970; vice president 1st Lutheran Church Boston, 1986, deacon, since 1980. Member Radcliffe Club Boston.

Background

Lutze, Ruth Louise was born on April 19, 1917 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Frederick Clemons and Louise (Rausch) Lutze.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Radcliffe College, 1938; postgraduate, Boston University, 1938-1939.

Career

Teacher Winthrop (Massachusetts) Public Schools, 1938-1939. With public relations department Boston City Club, 1939-1942. Senior projects editor District of Columbia Heath & Company, Lexington, Massachusetts, 1942-1982.

Book reviewer, lecturer, consultant on public relations, lecturer textbook publication.

Membership

Board of directors Winthrop Improvement and History Association, since 1980. Volunteer teacher Boston Public Schools, 1967-1977. Member Winthrop Republican Town Committee, since 1970.

Vice president 1st Lutheran Church Boston, 1986, deacon, since 1980. Member Radcliffe Club Boston.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: volunteer work, theatre, birdwatching, reading, art exhibits.

Connections

father:
Frederick Clemons Lutze

mother:
Louise (Rausch) Lutze