Beta Chi Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Scholarship In Memory of Ann C. Freeman

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Ann C. Freeman

Ann Glenn Carwile Freeman always believed that "no day is wasted if one learns something new." Originally from Rome, Georgia, Ann matriculated at the Georgia State College for Women then joined her new husband at the University of Georgia, where they both earned their undergraduate degrees. Ann earned a master's degree in 1970 from Georgia State University, while teaching full-time, caring for her household, her husband, two children, several pets, and moving due to another Air Force assignment.

Upon her husband's retirement from the military in 1975, Ann and her family settled in Altamonte Springs, Florida. She began a career at Idyllwilde Elementary School in Sanford. She retired from a 37-year teaching career in 1993 but continued to volunteer in Seminole County Schools for another 20 years.

She was a passionate member of Delta Kappa Gamma, Mu State, Beta Chi Chapter, and advanced the role of professional women educators on the local, state and national levels.  Upon her passing, a scholarship in her memory was established at Seminole State College. Students pursuing a career in education or education-related field, with a preference for those students demonstrating financial need are eligible to apply.

Contact

Foundation for Seminole State
1055 AAA Drive
Heathrow, FL 32746
407.708.4567