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Winfred Hudson Hodgson, American writer. Certified secondary teacher, Virginia. Campaign chair McLean-Fairfax County (Virginia) Democratic Committee, 1952-1977. Member American Association of University Women, Friends of Arts and Sciences, Solo Theatre Guild (board directors 1984-1987), Solo Society Lifetime Angels, Sarasota Opera Guild.

Background

Hodgson, Winfred Hudson was born on June 11, 1920 in Rappahannock County, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Robert Ray and Annie Mary (Jasper) Hudson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Mary Washington College, 1940.

Career

Teacher High School, White Stone, Virginia, 1940-1941. Clerical training officer United States Government, Washington, 1941-1944. Substitute teacher various high schools, Fairfax County, Virginia, 1955-1968.

Achievements

  • Certified secondary teacher, Virginia.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (short story) Hicall, 1978. Contributor articles to magazines.

Membership

Campaign chair McLean-Fairfax County (Virginia) Democratic Committee, 1952-1977. Member American Association of University Women, Friends of Arts and Sciences, Solo Theatre Guild (board directors 1984-1987), Solo Society Lifetime Angels, Sarasota Opera Guild.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Attending theater, participating in book club.

Connections

Married Alfred S. Hodgson, June 13, 1942. Children: John Alfred, James William.

father:
Robert Ray Hudson

mother:
Annie Mary (Jasper) Hudson

spouse:
Alfred S. Hodgson

children:
John Alfred Hodgson

James William Hodgson