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Gay Toltl Kinman


Alhambra Historical Society Museum

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AEF - Alhambra Educational Foundation [cached]

Dr. Gay Toltl Kinman

Dr. Gay Toltl Kinman Named a "Woman of the Year" in the 29th Congressional District | The Citizen's Voice [cached]

Washington, D.C. - On Saturday March 27 at a reception in Pasadena, Representative Adam Schiff honored Dr. Gay Toltl Kinman for her commitment and service to Alhambra by naming her a "Woman of the Year."
"Volunteering her time and talent in ever increasing abundance, Gay's work continues to benefit the entire Alhambra community," said Schiff. Gay has been active with both the City of Alhambra and the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce. As vice president of the Housing and Urban Development Committee for the City of Alhambra, Gay assisted the Alhambra Historical Society in obtaining a grant for the Alhambra Historical Society Museum. Gay also served as president of the Civil Service Commission for the City of Alhambra. While a member of the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, Gay formed the planning committee for the Chinese New Year Festival Parade, which still takes place today, and then was chair of the parade. Gay also served as Chair of Transportation on the Government Affairs Committee for the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce. Gay has been involved with Soroptimist International (SI) of Alhambra, San Gabriel, and San Marino. As president of the chapter, Gay helped bring in a record of nine new members, established the Friendship Link exchange where members of SI Burnley, England visited, helped establish the link between Alhambra Curves and La Casa de San Gabriel Community Center, and was the chair of various committees. She also founded the Soroptimist Camino Real Region's Friendship Grant Committee, which provides hospitality and professional education every two years for a Soroptimist from another part of the world. Currently, she is the Alhambra, San Gabriel, and San Marino chapter's co-vice president of programs, chair of the Woman of Distinction Award Committee, and co-chair of Reading is Fundamental, which buys books for third graders in the Alhambra and San Gabriel School Districts. In addition to Soroptimists, Gay has given her time to various organizations throughout Alhambra. For the Alhambra Historical Society, she has served as president and publicity chair. As a board member for the Alhambra Educational Foundation, she started the Authors Festival, which brings over eighty children's authors, storytellers, and illustrators to the Alhambra Unified School District. As chair of the Alhambra Red Cross Council, she helped restore the presence of the Red Cross in Alhambra and taught volunteer training classes. She has been secretary for the Alhambra Toastmasters, a volunteer for Meals on Wheels, and is currently head usher at Alhambra's All Souls Church. In addition, she helped design Alhambra's float for the Tournament of Roses Parade. On top of all this, Gay has been active outside of Alhambra with the YMCA West San Gabriel Valley, the Special Libraries Association of Southern California, the Los Angeles County Deputy Commissioner of Civil Marriages, the League of Women Voters Greater Pasadena Area, and the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Kinman has long been involved in the community, specifically holding several offices in Soroptimist of Alhambra San Gabriel San Marino, as well as being on the boards of the Alhambra Historical Society, Chamber of Commerce, the City's HUD, and Civil Service Commissions, West San Gabriel Valley YMCA, Red Cross, League of Women Voters and other organizations. Kinman joins three other former Presidents of Soroptimist who were also named Women of the Year; friend and church colleague Helen Hancock (now deceased); and a Soroptimist Woman of Distinction Awardee (now the Ruby Award) Angelina Levy.

Gay Toltl Kinman - Author, Desserticide II, A Deadly Dozen, Castle Reiner, Mystery of the Missing Miniature Books [cached]

Dr. Kinman with California Attorney General Bill Lockyer who signed her appointment by the Senate Rules Committee on the recommendation of Senator Hilda Solis to the CALIFORNIA COMMITTEE OF BAR EXAMINERS.
Dr. Kinman with her "Uncle Sam" When Dr. Kinman was President of the ALHAMBRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY she began asking for a house for the museum--and here is the result! Dr. Kinman received her CTM (Competent Toastmaster) Certificate. buy discount uni-dur cr In addition Dr. Kinman worked as Captain, YMCA Fundraising Campaign

Commendations [cached]

Soroptimist International of Alhambra members Joan Malcor, Dr. Gay Toltl Kinman and Barbara Messina (left to right) receive a proclamation recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month & End Domestic Violence Months in Alhambra. (Nov. 14, 2005)

Name: Gay Toltl Kinman
Bio: Gay Toltl Kinman writes cozy mysteries short stories, short plays, children's, young adult, and adult novels. In the non-fiction mystery field, Kinman also co-edited a (SINCLA) cookbook; had a recipe in a cookbook; had an article in an online PR book; co-edited a (SINC) non-fiction book; and an interview in a Bouchercon program. Kinman has library and law degrees and has worked in both fields.

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