Donohue Werner

Walk of life:
Eleanor was one of the first women television directors and producers in the United States. She was born in and lived in St. Louis most of her life and eventually became a successful advertising executive.
Biographical details:

Born to Raymond Francis Donohue I and Gertrude Emily LeRoy, both of St. Louis, MO. Lived in Normandy, MO, a suburb of St. Louis. Known fondly as "Ellie", she worked for St. Louis television station as producer and director. Was co-creator of the children’s radio show "Cricket and Millie." Was an accomplished amateur singer. Served as an ad executive for Batz-Hodgson-Neuwoehner in St. Louis.

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