Janet Taylor Spence. Elizabeth Mattachione Jamie Ward Nicole Larson Masaki Osada Jordan Heroux. Spence’s Background. born August 29, 1923 in Toledo, Ohio Family – emphasis on female education Marriage – Kenneth Spence. Education. High school College – undergraduate College – graduate
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