Intervenor for deaf-blind persons
Born deaf at Osoyoos, BC from maternal rubella. Jerich Hill School for the Deaf, age 5 1/2 until graduation 1961; also took courses at Vancouver Vocaional Institute. Married Hugh Neumann, also deaf, in 1967. Worked briefly, then dropped out to raise a family; in the early 1980s she returned to the workforce, first taking some course for retraining. Worked in the printing industry for 4 years before finding a position as a deaf-blind intervenor in a group-home setting.
Deaf Women of Canada, p.189.