Title: U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (database)
Publication: citing Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index, Master File
Note: 1910 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
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Publication: Kansas City Star Published: August 3, 2003 Headline: Anna Elaine Jinnings Ann Jinnings passed away July 30, 2003, at Grandview Manor. Visitation will be Monday, August 4, 2003 at 6 p.m. with service to follow at 7 p.m. at Maple Hill Funeral Home. Ann was born to Nora and Fred Guilford and reared in Mendon, MO. She was the eldest of 11 children. She taught in a one-room schoolhouse before moving to Kansas City, KS. She then became a traffic controller for National Bellas Hess. She met and later married George Jinnings on December 5, 1927. Ann served as secretary of the Rosedale JuniorSenior High School PTA and was also an assistant Camp Fire Guardian at Maccochaque School. Ann was a charter member of the League of Women Voters, Kansas City, KS and served as State Legislative and State Resources Chairman for the League. She had the distinction of being one of the first two women ever appointed to the Kansas City, KS Planning Commission. She was first appointed in 1964 by Mayor Paul Mitchum and was re-appointed in 1966 by Mayor Joseph McDowell. She was a member of the Steering Committee of the Citizens Advisory Council, a member of the committee for the Selection of Students of the American Field Service and a member of the Board of Directors of the Young Women's Christian Association and of the Cancer Association of Wyandotte County. She served on the Board of Directors of the Wyandotte County Mental Health Center between 1968 and 1973. She was Secretary in 1971 and Vice President in 1972. She was recognized for outstanding volunteer service in 1976 by the Federal Commission on Aging. She was recognized as a participant in the Close Up Foundation, a program in Washington D.C. that examined federal government in action as a basis for increased citizen involvement in our democratic process in 1987. In 1967 she was chosen Woman of the Year by the Soroptimist Club for participation in the Wyandotte County Bicentennial Commission. She taped over 100 interviews with senior citizens who live in Kansas City, KS about their recollections of the flood of '51, depression, prohibition, the drought of the '30s, etc. The tapes were placed in a time capsule to be opened in America's Tricentennial in 2076. Ann devoted as much time to her family as her civic duties. She was well known for her Red Velvet Cakes and her cake decorating skills. She enjoyed traveling. She and George visited each of the 50 states plus Canada, Mexico and Europe. She is survived by her daughter, Betty White; four grandchildren, Sydne Dickinson, Ron White, Tammy Sebby, Randy White; two sisters, Nell Bishop, Oklahoma City and Betty Epslund, Raymore, MO; and six great-grandchildren. Arrangements: Maple Hill Funeral Home (913) 831-3345
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