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Transcribed biography of Terry W. Dietz


Terry W. Dietz born April 23, 1950 in Valparaiso, Indiana has lived most of his life in Chesterton. The son of Wayne R. and Elaine (Young) Dietz, he was educated in the public schools and graduated from Chesterton High School in 1968. He also holds an Associate of Arts degree (1970) from Glen Oaks Community College, Centreville, Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts degree in history (1972) from St. Joseph's College at Rensselaer, Indiana.

For ten years he has been a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Archives Committee which has established a historical record of that congregations development. During the past two years he has been a member of the Porter County Bicentennial Committee and chairman of its Historical Research Project.

Presently, Mr. Dietz is on the faculty of Jefferson High School at Lafayette, Indiana and teaches in the Social Studies Department. His professional affiliations include the Organization of American Historians and the National Education Association. He is also the author of Chesterton and Porter of the Twentieth Century which is contained in this book.

Source: American Revolution Bicentennial Committee of Porter County. 1976. A Biographical History of Porter County, Indiana. Valparaiso, Indiana: American Revolution Bicentennial Committee of Porter County, Inc. 180 p.
Page(s) in Source: 180

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Biography transcribed by Steven R. Shook


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