Who Was Woody Baldwin?
Woodrow Wilson Baldwin was born to tough pioneer conditions in the still newly settled northern Texas panhandle. He grew up poor, in the midst of the Depression and the Dust Bowl. The strengths developed from this character-building childhood led to a distinguished academic career and significant social contributions in his retirement. He taught for ten years as an Assistant Professor at UCLA and for 26 years as Professor, and Department Chair, at Simmons College, a prestigious northeastern university. Upon his retirement, as a natural extension of his life, he founded the Prime Timers organization which now has over 70 chapters world wide.
The Woody Baldwin Biography
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