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marketing executive

Virginia May Hook, American marketing executive.

Background

Hook, Virginia May was born on March 11, 1932 in Baltimore. Daughter of Arthur M. Monroe McClelland and Margaret (Shipley) McClelland Warfield.

Education

Graduated from high school.

Career

Teller Center Savings Bank, Baltimore, 1950-1968, training director, 1968-1971. Operations manager Mature Temps, Inc., 1971-1981. President VMH Marketing Ltd., Laurel, Maryland, 1982-2001.

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer VMH Marketing Ltd. Middle Atlantic Retail Support Services.

Politics

A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.

Views

The very idea that one gender is superior to another should be rejected as well as the erroneous notion that members of one gender may receive love, power, and esteem only at the expense of another.

Membership

Member advisory council, senior aides program District of Columbia Department Labor, 1980-1981. Active local Democratic Party. Board directors, 1st vice president Baltimore/Washington Grocery Manufacturers Retailers.

Board directors The Children's Cancer Foundation, Maryland Food Bank, Maryland Community Kitchen. Member Bank Personnel Association Maryland (secretary 1969-1971), Personnel Association Maryland (secretary 1979-1980), Executive Women's Network, Market Research Association, American Marketing Association, National Association Women Business Owners, National Association Demonstration Companies (board directors), Field Marketing Services Association, Order Eastern Star.

Connections

Married Donald F. Hook, August 25, 1951 (deceased December 1978). Children: Donald F., Junior, Donna J. Hook Kellner.

father:
Arthur M. Monroe McClelland Warfield

mother:
Margaret (Shipley) McClelland Warfield

spouse:
Donald F. Hook

child:
Donald F. Hook

child:
Donna J. Hook Kellner Hook

child:
Junior Hook