Thursday, August 4, 2011

What's New In Family History? with Lou Szucs, September 1st

ISGS member society Tinley-Moraine Genealogists ( will be holding the following event on September 1, 2011 starting at 7:00pm in Tinley Park:

What’s New in Family History?”

7851 Timber Drive, Tinley Park, Illinois

Presented by Lou Szucs

From helpful new books and websites to great new tools and strategies,
this presentation is designed to spark fresh ideas to help you break
down old barriers.

Loretto Dennis Szucs ("Lou") is vice president of community relations
for She has served on advisory boards for the Statue of
Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation; the Illinois State Archives and the
Cook County (IL) Circuit Court Archives as well as governing boards of
several genealogical societies. She was founding secretary and is
currently a board member of the Federation of Genealogical Societies.
Lou previously worked for the National Archives-Great Lakes Region in
Chicago, and has been with Ancestry for 19 years.

Loretto has lectured at more than twenty national conferences and
hundreds of workshops since 1980. Additionally, she has taught family
history classes for local schools and for the National Archives-Great
Lakes Region in Chicago. Television interviews include the PBS
Ancestors series, ABC News, CNN News, and the ABC television show, The

Guests welcome.

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