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Librarian

Ursula Chirico-Elkins was American librarian. Vol., library established Calvary Church, Pemberton, New Jersey, 2000; literacy volunteer Toms River, since 1993; volunteer Samaritan Hospice, Moorestown, since 1995; honorary member education council American Indian Education Foundation, Albuquerque, 2004; Member of American Indian Education Foundation (board directors, council since 2003), International Society Poets (Distinguished Member).

Background

Chirico-Elkins, Ursula Arrived in Canada, 1958, 1966. Daughter of Friedrich Winter and Gertrud Naake.

Education

Diploma, Institute Children's Literature, 1980. Diploma, Institute Children's Literature, 1991. Associate in applied science and library science, Mercer County Community College, New Jersey, 1982.

Career

Library. assistant Princeton University, New Jersey, 1978—1981, David Sarnoff Research Center, Princeton, 1981—1987, senior library assistant, 1983—1987. Principal assistant Rider University, Lawrenceville, 1987—1989, 1990—1993. Retired, 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A Celebration of Poets, 1998, Michelangelo's Creation of Adam, 1998, Falling Snow, 1998, Unending Love, 1999, Omnipotence, 1999, Universal Truth, 2000, Springtime, 2003, Freedom of Spirit, 2004, Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled, 2004, (anthology) Great Poems of the Western World, 2004.

Membership

Vol., library established Calvary Church, Pemberton, New Jersey, 2000. Literacy volunteer Toms River, since 1993. Volunteer Samaritan Hospice, Moorestown, since 1995.

Honorary member education council American Indian Education Foundation, Albuquerque, 2004. Member of American Indian Education Foundation (board directors, council since 2003), International Society Poets (Distinguished Member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, classical music, literature, embroidery.

Connections

Married John H. Elkins (deceased). Children: Amadeus(deceased), Naomi, George, Tabitha. Married Francesco Chirico (deceased 2008).

father:
Friedrich Winter

mother:
Gertrud Naake

spouse:
John H. Elkins

spouse:
Francesco Chirico

child:
Amadeus Chirico-Elkins (deceased)

child:
Naomi Chirico-Elkins

child:
George Chirico-Elkins

child:
Tabitha Chirico-Elkins