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English language educator

Sarah Moreman Eichelman, American language educator. Recipient regional awards, Society Professional Journalists.


Eichelman, Sarah Moreman was born on January 23, 1952 in Bluefield, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of William Drennan and Virginia (Witt) Moreman.


Bachelor of Science in Education, University Tennessee, 1973. Master of Arts in English, University Tennessee, 1975. Postgraduate, University Tennessee, 1988.


Instructor English University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1975. Professor English Walters State Community College, Morristown, Tennessee, since 1976.


  • Other Work

    • Editor literature magazine Gallery, since 1986 (National Pacemaker award 1991), Tag Magazine, since 1985.


Public information officer American Cancer Society, Morristown, since 1987. Volunteer Rose Center Cultural Society, since 1988, American Heart Association, 1992, March of Dimes, 1993. Membership chairman Parent-Teachers Association, 1985, PTO, 1987.

Member Community College Humanities Association, Southeastern Conference English Teachers in Two-Year Colleges, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Society Collegiate Journalists, College Media Advisors/Collegiate Press Association (national pacemaker award for Gallery magazine 1991), Tennessee College English Association, Tennessee Philological Association, University Tennessee Alumni Association (board directors since 1988, secretary-treasurer since 1990), Philanthropic and Educational Organization, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Delta Pi (president alumnae association 1988-1990). Society Professional Journalists.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, swimming, aerobics, skiing, golf.


Married Greg William Eichelman, June 9, 1973. Children: Alan William, Brian Stewart.

William Drennan Moreman

Virginia (Witt) Moreman

Greg William Eichelman

Alan William Eichelman

Brian Stewart Eichelman