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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

Friday at 7 AM Pacific

October 07th 2016:Cemetery Programming

What do cemeteries and museums have in common? Join the discussion this week as Robin Simonton Executive Director of the Oakwood Cemetery explains the history of cemeteries, their role in community building and the variety of innovative programming that they offer. Robin is just one of the authors featured in Cemetery Tours and Programs by Rachel Wolgemeth available through Routledge Publishers.

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Robin Simonton

Robin Simonton has been the Executive Director of Historic Oakwood Cemetery since November of 2011. Robin holds a BA in US History from the University of Hawaii and an MA in Historical Administration from Eastern Illinois University. Previously, she was the Program and Volunteer Services Executive at Girl Scouts — North Carolina Coastal Pines. Robin served as the researcher of the book Oahu Cemetery: Burial Ground & Historic Site, written by Nanette Napoleon in 1997. She contributed a chapter to Rachel Wolgemuth's book, Cemetery Tours and Programming: a Guide in 2016. Robin and her husband Jeff live in Raleigh with their son, Cullen. Contact Robin via email at robin@historicoakwood.com.
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