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First Profession July 22, 1944
Dorothy Olinger, SSND
ister Dorothy began her ministries by teaching students at the junior high and secondary levels for 23 years. Then, for 12 years, she was a religious education teacher at several parishes. Sister Dorothy's passion for social justice drew her into working for systemic change through Global Education Associates (GEA). After 12 years she became the Upper Midwest Director of that organization, a position she held for eight years. Since 2004 Sister Dorothy has volunteered first in St. Paul and then at Good Counsel where her presence and prayer continue to challenge all of us on social issues. The blessing I am grateful for at jubilee time is to have lived among, worked with and been challenged by intelligent and educated women. These women are focused on what is important in life, they know the beauty of human potential and they have experienced the Divine Call of our loving God. Out of my connections with GEA I learned about the new ...
59C College St., #205 Asheville, NC 7276 Fax: 3849 E-mail: email@example.com EXPERIENCE Editing/Writing 2012
Author, With and Without Her: A Memoir of Losing and Being a Twin (Perseus/Argo, 2012) 2012 Author, Clean Sweep: The Principles of An American Entrepreneur and the Company He Founded. (Morris Publishing, 2012) 2009 Author, Make Pain Disappear (Reader's Digest Health Publishing, TBA) 2007 Co-author, Food Cures (Reader's Digest Health Publishing, 2007) Winter 2007-present Freelance editor and writer, Lifescript.com, a women's health website. March 2006-2009 Writer, Johns Hopkins White Paper on Vision; White Paper on Arthritis (20062008) 2006 Editor/author, The Arthritis Foundation's Guide to Good Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis (Arthritis Foundation, 2006) Winter 2000, 2005 Editor/author, Your Personal Guide to Good Living with Fibromyalgia (Arthritis Foundation, 2001, 2006). August, 2005 Author, Alternative Treatments for Arthritis: An A to Z Guide (Arthritis Foundation, ...
Dorothy Ellen Baker
[(Wolfe) BS 1929, MS 1932]
TOPEKA -Dorothy Ellen Baker, 70, Topeka, died Friday, Oct. 27, 1978 in a Topeka hospital. Mrs. Baker was born Aug. 26, 1908 in McCune and had been a resident of Topeka for the past 40 years. She graduated from Kansas State College in Pittsburg in 1929 and taught English for two years Altoona. She later received a masters degree from Kansas State College. Mrs. Baker was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Topeka. She married Herbert J. Baker on March 11, 1933 in Neodesha. He survives. Other survivors include one son, Philip A. Baker, Leewood; one daughter, Barbara Hansen, Atlanta, Ga.; three brothers, Fred Wolfe, Eldorardo; Raymond Wolfe, Coffeyville, and Charles E: Wolfe, Tulsa, Ok.; one sister, Mrs. Marvin Wayne, Neodesha; and six grandchildren. Services will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home in Topeka. Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the McCune Cemetery.