Jean Ankeney

Jean Ankeney UKNUnknown

American politician, teacher, and public health nurse

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Jean AnkeneyUKNUnknown American politician, teacher, and public health nurse
83
Age at Death1922-2005
10
Years of Experience
VTResidence (state)

Jean Ankeney (March 29, 1922 – May 14, 2005) was an American politician, teacher, and public health nurse. Born in Fuzhou, China, to American missionaries, Ankeney grew up in Williamstown, Massachusetts. She received her bachelor's degree from Hiram College and her master's degree from Case Western Reserve University. Ankeney was a teacher and public health nurse. In 1975, Ankeney moved to Vermont and lived in St. George, Vermont. From 1993 to 2002, Ankeney served in the Vermont State Senate and was a Democrat. Ankeney died at her home in St. George, Vermont of a rare form of lung cancer.

Education5 - 5 of 3
Case Western Reserve University
MN
1946
Hiram College
BA
1944
Attended Northfield Academy
Attended
Past Positions1 - 4 of 4
Senator
Vermont State Senate
1992 - 2002
Experience
Teacher
Experience
Retired public health nurse
Experience
Teacher trainer
Other Experience1 - 6 of 6
Chittendon County Solid Waste
V.Pres.
Common Cause
Past President
Council of Children and Families
Past Pres.
Experience
Baird Center
Experience
Adelphia Cable Public Access Television Advisory Board
Experience
UVM Council Chair