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Background Information

Employment History

Editor

Montgomery County Health Department

Journalist

Dayton Image

Affiliations

Secretary
Medway United Methodist Church

Cofounder
Dayton Chapter of PFLAG

Founder
Overeaters Anonymous Inc

Web References (3 Total References)


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Well-known professional psychic Micki Ross Adams, formerly Muriel Ross Avnaim, died Monday, May 15, at Greene Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness.

Micki was born in the Bronx, N.Y.She attended Hunter College, married Ralph Avnaim in 1953, and moved to Ohio in 1960.She was the editor and held office in Dayton Area Mensa, was cofounder of the Dayton Chapter of PFLAG, founded the first Overeaters Anonymous Group in Dayton, won awards for knitting, sewing, baking, and received awards for acting, both on stage and on screen.
Some of her other interests included editing, songwriting, Gilbert and Sullivan, Sweet Adelines, Council of the Blind, and the Red Hat Society.She also did volunteer work in many areas, especially with animals.She drove for the Yellow Springs Senior Center, volunteered at the Crisis Center and answered phones at the Suicide Prevention Center.She was a plane spotter in WWII.
As a journalist, she was published in many periodicals and newspapers, including the Dayton Image when the two Dayton newspapers were on strike, and was the editor of the New Carlisle Advisor.Micki also worked at AFIT in the School of Engineering at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.She worked for the Montgomery County Health Department and was the secretary for the Medway United Methodist Church.


Yellow Springs News Online

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Well-known professional psychic Micki Ross Adams, formerly Muriel Ross Avnaim, died Monday, May 15, at Greene Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness.

Micki was born in the Bronx, N.Y.She attended Hunter College, married Ralph Avnaim in 1953, and moved to Ohio in 1960.She was the editor and held office in Dayton Area Mensa, was cofounder of the Dayton Chapter of PFLAG, founded the first Overeaters Anonymous Group in Dayton, won awards for knitting, sewing, baking, and received awards for acting, both on stage and on screen.Some of her other interests included editing, songwriting, Gilbert and Sullivan, Sweet Adelines, Council of the Blind, and the Red Hat Society.She also did volunteer work in many areas, especially with animals.She drove for the Yellow Springs Senior Center, volunteered at the Crisis Center and answered phones at the Suicide Prevention Center.She was a plane spotter in WWII.
As a journalist, she was published in many periodicals and newspapers, including the Dayton Image when the two Dayton newspapers were on strike, and was the editor of the New Carlisle Advisor.Micki also worked at AFIT in the School of Engineering at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.She worked for the Montgomery County Health Department and was the secretary for the Medway United Methodist Church.


Yellow Springs News Online

www.ysnews.com [cached]

Well-known professional psychic Micki Ross Adams, formerly Muriel Ross Avnaim, died Monday, May 15, at Greene Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness.

Micki was born in the Bronx, N.Y.She attended Hunter College, married Ralph Avnaim in 1953, and moved to Ohio in 1960.She was the editor and held office in Dayton Area Mensa, was cofounder of the Dayton Chapter of PFLAG, founded the first Overeaters Anonymous Group in Dayton, won awards for knitting, sewing, baking, and received awards for acting, both on stage and on screen.Some of her other interests included editing, songwriting, Gilbert and Sullivan, Sweet Adelines, Council of the Blind, and the Red Hat Society.She also did volunteer work in many areas, especially with animals.She drove for the Yellow Springs Senior Center, volunteered at the Crisis Center and answered phones at the Suicide Prevention Center.She was a plane spotter in WWII.
As a journalist, she was published in many periodicals and newspapers, including the Dayton Image when the two Dayton newspapers were on strike, and was the editor of the New Carlisle Advisor.Micki also worked at AFIT in the School of Engineering at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.She worked for the Montgomery County Health Department and was the secretary for the Medway United Methodist Church.

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