Health services administrator. Born– October 10, 1911, Birmingham. Parents– Beauregard and Ethel Therese (Jungill) Miller. Married– Thomas C. Gorman, April 11, 1939. Children– Two. Education– Study at Howard College, 1928-1929; Rollins College, A.B., 1932; graduate work at Washington University, 1937; Tulane University, 1959. Health services administrator in Birmingham; director of Birmingham Mental Health Association. Helped found Head Start in Birmingham. First prize for playwriting from Florida Allied Arts Contest, 1932; novel prize from Alabama Writers Conclave, 1953. Member, Alabama Historical Association, Jefferson County Child Development Council Service Club, Mental Health Association, Phi Mu, Zonta. Died March 2, 2002.
Who’s Who of American Women, 1977.
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Red Acres. Birmingham, Ala.; Vulcan Press, 1956.