1 Works by Wanda E. Rhodes
Wanda Egan Rhodes was born in Preston, Idaho July 23, 1916 to Horace Walter Egan and Anna Bernhardina Jakobson. She married John Samuel Palmer Rhodes January 31, 1938 in Los Angeles, California and they were later sealed in the Salt Lake City temple on May 5, 1942. Wanda was a freelance writer and published articles, poetry, and history including The History River Heights in 1988.
Wanda served two terms on the River Heights City council, was president of the Utah Federation of Republican Women, and served on the board of the National Federation of National Republican Women and delegate to the Republican National Convention in Detroit. She was a staff member of Utah House of Representatives and served on political campaign committees including those of US Senators Jake Garn and Orin Hatch. In addition, she taught special tutorial classes at Logan Jr. High, worked in real estate, as a nurse's aid, was the patient coordinator for the National Multiple Scleroses Society of Utah, and owned and managed Rhodes Gallery, an antique store in Logan, Utah.