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educator , historian

Shirley Anne Leckie, American historian, educator. Member Alumnae Leadership Asheville, 1984-1985; recording secretary Orlando Metropolitan Women's Political Caucus, 1989. Member Organization American History, Southern History Association, Western History Association.

Background

Leckie, Shirley Anne was born on June 15, 1937 in Claremont, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Edward James Howard and Hazel Enola (Ralston) Casillo.

Education

Bachelor in History, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1967. Master of Arts in History, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in history, University Toledo, 1981.

Career

Graduate assistant, University Toledo, Ohio., 1969-1972;adviser, University Toledo, 1972-1973;director adult liberal studies, University Toledo, 1973-1980;assistant dean, continuing education, University Toledo, Jackson, Mississippi, 1980-1981;associate dean, continued education, Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi, 1981-1982;director continued education, University North Carolina, Ashville, 1983-1985;assistant professor of history, U. Control Florida, Orland, 1985-1988;associate professor of history, U. Control Florida, Orlando, 1988-1995;professor of history, U. Control Florida, Orlando, since 1995. Co-chairman advisory council, Center Women, Toledo, 1977-1978.

Works

Membership

Member Alumnae Leadership Asheville, 1984-1985. Recording secretary Orlando Metropolitan Women's Political Caucus, 1989. Member Organization American History, Southern History Association, Western History Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: concerts, moviegoing, swimming.

Connections

Married William H.

father:
Edward James Howard Casillo

mother:
Hazel Enola (Ralston) Casillo

spouse:
William H.