Listee Features — August 18, 2017

ANGELA O. BEDENBAUGH

Fascinated by science, even as a little girl, Dr. Angela O. Bedenbaugh is proud to have made her dream of becoming a chemist a reality. She began on the path to her career by earning a Bachelor of Science, cum laude, from the University of Texas in 1961 and a PhD in organic chemistry from the University of South Carolina in 1967. As an undergrad, Dr. Bedenbaugh immediately jumped into the field, serving her school as an instructor of chemistry laboratory from 1960 to 1961. While in graduate school, she joined the staff of the University of Southern Mississippi as a chemistry research associate, and quickly found a home. She remains with the institution to this day as a research

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HILDA F. BOOTH

Even though Hilda F. Booth was 39 before she discovered the right path for her, she has thrived in her career as a stress management and weight loss instructor. Her method, a Chinese system known as qi gong, is a specifically designed traditional medicine that works on all levels of life, balances the body from head to toe, and calms the mind. Ms. Booth has gone to China many times over the last few years, with the most recent stay lasting a full month, and has become known as an expert. She feels she has a gift for it. ​Through her company, Hilda Qi Gong, Ms. Booth teaches The Dragon’s Way for weight loss and stress management at her home

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MARY LOUISE STANLEY WEINKAUF

As an educator, religious leader, and author, Rev. Dr. Mary Louise Stanley Weinkauf, has stood out among her peers. She started her career as a University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire graduate and instructor at the University of Tennessee from 1961 to 1966, and steadily progressed from there. From 1966 to 1969, she served as assistant professor of English at Adrian College, and from 1969 to 1989, she served as a professor and the head of the English department at Dakota Wesleyan University. Between 1989 and 1991, she was a part-time instructor at Columbia College. ​ In addition to her work in academia, Dr. Weinkauf was also heavily involved in religion. She was pastor of the Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Siloa

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