Anna A. Yoder spent more than 30 years as an elementary school educator. Ms. Yoder began her career as a teacher for Garret County Schools in Oakland, Maryland, upon graduating from Eastern Mennonite College with a Bachelor of Science in 1966. Four years later, she became the principal of a Garret County elementary school. In 1974, Ms. Yoder joined East Holmes Local Schools in Berlin, Ohio; she remained with the school for more than two decades.
A certified elementary teacher and recreational leader through the State of Ohio, Ms. Yoder furthered her education by obtaining a Master of Education from Frostburg State College. She spent many years associated with the German Culture Museum, which teaches the history of the Amish Country. She was also the chairman of the education committee and continues to be a supporting member. Recognized for her accomplishments in her field, Ms. Yoder is featured in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who of American Women and Who’s Who in the Midwest.
After retiring in 1998, Ms. Yoder spends her time enjoying nature, studying birds and flowers, and engaged in the creative arts by making doilies.
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