CCWC Founder Marion Vuilleumier Passes Away at 94

by web editor on January 31, 2013

Marion Rawson Vuilleumier

October 12, 1918 – January 29, 2013

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It is with profound sorrow that we mourn Marion Rawson Vuilleumier, founder and director of the Cape Cod Writers Center, who passed away on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at the age of 94. Mrs. Vuilleumier guided the organization from its modest beginnings in 1963 into a nationally- acclaimed literary organization. Mrs. Vuilleumier’s foresight, determination and guidance inspired hundreds of aspiring and published writers and greatly enhanced the artistic community of Cape Cod.

In 2010 the Cape Cod Writers Center honored Mrs. Vuilleumier by establishing annual scholarships for school and college students to attend our summer conferences. We at the Writers Center will always remember her guiding vision.

Nancy Rubin Stuart, Executive Director

 

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In 2010 Vice-President Wallace Exman and Artistic Director Nancy Rubin Stuart presents CCWC Founder Marion Vuilleumier with the CCWC Scholarship Award Certificate, named in her honor.

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