Journalist. Born– Alexander City, Ala., in 1942. Education– graduated from School of Journalism at University of Alabama. Reporter for Atlanta newspaper and interested in medical subjects, being one of female reporters to write on open-heart surgery; covered Gov. Lurleen Wallace’s fight against cancer. In college received John Luskin Award for academic achievement and named “Headliner of the Year”; in 1966 won Douglass Cannon Award from Medical Association of Alabama; named Alabama’s Young Career Woman by Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs; awarded certificate of achievement by Alabama Association of Mental Retardation, and certificate from Birmingham News for creative enterprise.


Birmingham News, May 5, 1968.


The Best Of Times. Birmingham, Ala.; The Best Of Times, 1989.

The Intimate Story of Lurleen Wallace; Her Crusade of Courage. Montgomery, Ala.; Communications Unlimited, 1969.

Lloyd Noland Hospital, the Legacy. Fairfield, Ala.; L. Noland Foundation, 1986.

Lloyd Noland, M.D., the Boss. Fairfield, Ala.; L. Noland Foundation, 1986.