Title: Writer, Editor
Location: Skillman, New Jersey, United States
Carol Ann Wehrheim, Writer and Editor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Literary Arts.
Honored as a 2001 Educator of the Year by the Presbyterian Church Educators and as a 1968 Outstanding Young Woman of America by the American Association of University Women, Ms. Wehrheim has been a writer and editor in the Princeton, New Jersey area since 1982. She transitioned from her role as a religious educator, and is well known for publishing 18 board books with bible stories for toddlers, which were reviewed by the Philadelphia Enquirer. Ms. Wehrheim was the general editor of “Feasting on the Word Curriculum” and is the co-editor of “Growing in God’s Love” as well as author of “The Baptism of Your Child, Second Edition,” both set for release in 2018.
As a Distinguished Alumni of the McCormick Theological Seminary, Ms. Wehrheim was born in Red Bud, Illinois, and studied with the Southern Illinois University before earning a MA in religious education from McCormick in 1964. She was director of Christian education at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church from 1964 to 1969, and went on to several different posts before rejoining McCormick as assistant director of the Doctor of Ministry program from 1979 to 1982. Ms. Wehrheim also served as associate readability editor with the Common English Bible Editorial Team in 2011.
Ms. Wehrheim has appeared in the 17th and 25th editions of Who’s Who of American Women, as well as the 4th edition of Who’s Who in Religion. She is a recipient of the Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award and the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. Her earliest published work was “The Journey Ahead,” in 1990, and she continues to inspire and to teach with her written work. Ms. Wehrheim is very grateful for her family, who made it so she could always do anything she wanted without criticism in her house. She was married to Charles Daniel Kuehner, Sr. for many years before his passing in 2003.
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