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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority salutes members!

Dallas Alumnae Chapter annual Founders Day program held

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Carolyn L. Bailey is a graduate of Lincoln High School in Port Arthur, TX and she received her BS Degree in biology from the University of North Texas and M.ED. from Texas A&M Commerce. A retired educator and member of Friendship-West Baptist Church, she was inducted into the African American Educators Hall of Fame.

Dr. Sharon L. Blackman received her Bachelors Degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She also earned a M.ED and Doctorate of Education. A retired higher education administrator, she is a member of The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer.

Kathy Campbell received her BA degree in biology from the University of North Texas. A member of Concord Church, she is an analyst and enjoys traveling, reading and playing the piano.

Catherine Sue Coleman received her BA in English and Art from Albion College. A member of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church, she is retired from American Airlines after 28 years.

Mary Crowell-Randolph received a BS degree from Bishop College. A member of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church, she is a tax accountant who enjoys cooking, and attending concerts, sporting events and family events.

Patricia Godfrey received a BS degree in mathematics from Prairie View A&M University. She also received a MS degree in Mathematics. A grant manager, she is a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church where she has held several positions including editor of newsletter.

Honorable Faith Johnson attended Georgia State University. She received BA, Masters of Counseling and Juris Doctorate degrees. An attorney, former Dallas County District Attorney and Judge, she is a member of The Potter’s House of Dallas.

Gwender Lias-Baskett attended Bishop College, receiving a BA degree in sociology. A retired educator, she is a member of Cross Fellowship Church. She enjoyed teaching, public speaking, traveling, reading and writing.

Cynthia Nickleberry received a BA degree from Prairie View A&M University. An award-winning educator, she is a member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church and enjoys sewing and cooking.

Antoinette Simmons received a BA degree in Speech and Drama from Fisk University. A storyteller/librarian, she is a member of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church and St. James Episcopal Church.

Dr. Patricia A. Smith received a BS degree in education from Langston University. She also received MA, MS and doctorate degrees. A member of Redeemer Baptist Church, she is a H.R. Prof. and college professor.

Beverly A. Tutt received a BS degree from the University of North Texas. A food manufacturing supervisor, she is a member of Antioch Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, gardening and shopping.

Dr. Jennifer Butler Wimbish attended Hampton University and is the President Emeritus of Cedar Valley College. A member of Concord Church she is co-chair of the Collin County/Dallas area Poor People’s Campaign and enjoys line dancing and gardening.

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