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Virginia Morrow Black, American writer, educator. Certified teacher, Indiana. Named Guardian of Year Logan School, South Bend, 1990.

Background

Black, Virginia Morrow was born on July 1, 1926 in Glassport, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Bernard James and Anna Bernice (Ashton) Morrow.

Education

Bachelor, Seton Hill College, 1948. Postgraduate, University Pittsburgh, 1949. Postgraduate, Indiana University, South Bend, 1965.

Career

Teacher, Pierre Navarre School, South Bend, 1952-1953;teacher, John Adams High School, South Bend, 1966-1968;teacher, St. Joseph High School, South Bend, Indiana, 1968-1970;teacher, Marian High School, Mishawaka, 1972-1978;teacher, Washington High School, South Bend, 1978-1985.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Indiana.

Membership

President St. Joseph County Right to Life, South Bend, 1982-1983. Volunteer St. Vincent de Paul Society, South Bend, since 1980. Precinct committeeman Republican Party, 1980-1991.

Active Emmaus Group for Mentally Handicapped, South Bend, since 1988. Repl Congressional candidate 3d District Indiana, 1974. Member Association Indiana Retired Teachers.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: advocate and guardian of non-related mentally-handicappedwomen.

Connections

Married Anthony R. Black, July 23, 1949. Children: Stephanie Ann, Robert Joseph, Mary Kay, Bernard Morrow.

father:
Bernard James Morrow

mother:
Anna Bernice (Ashton) Morrow

spouse:
Anthony R. Black

children:
Stephanie Ann Black

Robert Joseph Black

Mary Kay Black

Bernard Morrow Black