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Executor Trustee for the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung, J.D. and Family, 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard nesr St. Pius X Catholic Church snd Westmore Elementary School, three blocks from Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White Motor Vehicles License Facility at Eastgate Shopping Center. Gardenia's Blog http://www.gardeniahung.wordpress.com
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My name is Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler. I worked as Faculty for the Community City Colleges, St. Augustine University in Chicago, Alan B. Shepard High School in Palos Heights, Oakon Community College in Skokie and Des Plaines, College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn and Lombard, Berlitz Schools of Languages, Inlingua Schools of Languages.

I have worked professionally as:
Illinois Notary Public in the County of DuPage
Corporate Communications
Business Intelligence
Information Technology
Project Management
Integrated Marketing Communications
Communications Media Arts
Consultant
Editor/Translator/Interpreter/Language Trainer
English, French, Spanish English,
Illinois Notary Public--County of Du Page
Web: http://www.consultingmedia-arts-comm.zoomshare.com
Email: gardeniac_hungma@yahoo.com
Email: ghungma@gmail.com
Email: 6302019055@mms.uscc.net

I have already been and done work as:
College Instructor/Trainer and Cross-cultural/Language Consultant for Management Personnel and Continuing Adult Education in Communications, English, Spanish, and French, Medical, Legal, Computer Software, Academic Skills. Legal Court Interpreter, Translator in DuPage, Kane, Will, Cook, Lake and Dekalb Counties, Illinois; DuPage County Notary Public.

Friends of the Library, Helen M. Plum Library
Friends of the Court, Advocacy, 18th Judicial Circuit Court, Wheaton
Friends of the Park, Lombard Garden Club

Community Service Assistance at the Chinese-American Service League (CASL) Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago Hospital, Chicago Festival for the Humanities, Helen M. Plum Library, Lombard Service League, Lombard Garden Club, Lombard Historical Society, Deicke Home for the Retarded, York Township Senior Community Center, College of DuPage Latin American Committee, European Heritage Committee, Theosophical Society in America, Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ICTFL), American Translators Association (ATA), Chicago Area Translators and Interpreters Association (CHICATA), Federation of International Translators (FIT-IFT), Independent Writers of Chicago (IWOC), Marianjoy Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare Center, High Hopes Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group, Henry W. Hochstatter's TBI Disability
Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler has been writing prose, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction topics for the last forty-two (42) years in English, Spanish, French, and sometimes into Portuguese translation. She has written poetry for Scholastic Magazine in Spanish encouraged by her lyrical expression and descriptive style. Ms. Hung completed Elementary and Middle School in Santiago de Cuba with a diploma and certification in Spanish. Then, Gardenia C. Hung continued studies in the United States of America for Middle School, grades 6th with Miss Honeywood, 7th, and 8th at Avondale Elementary School where she graduated with High Honors in Mr. Herbert Hebel's 8th grade homeroom, in Chicago, Illinois. For Middle School English. Ms. Hung wrote original stories which received praise for writing style and authentic narrative topics, encouraged to continue studying English by Miss Kardos, her ESL teacher at Avondale Grammar School and other mentors, family, and friends. Later at Madonna High School received, Ms. Hung received a High School Diploma with High Honors for graduation in the top ten percent of the Class of 1977 with majors in English, French, Art, History, and the Humanities in Chicago, Illinois. Gardenia C. Hung was admitted at Northeastern Illinois University with Advanced Placement in English, French, and Spanish where she majored in Education, English, French, Spanish, Linguistics and minors in Music, Dance, and Physical Education to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree for the Class of 1982. At NEIU, she received a summer scholarship from Laval University in Ville de Qu├ębec, Canada to major in French Linguistics, Syntax, and Phonetics. The following year, in 1983, Ms. Hung continued graduate studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago for a Master of Arts in Communications & Theatre, which included majors in Rhetoric, Ethnography, and Theatre. Gardenia C. Hung has written publications for professional associations and community groups. In addition, Ms. Hung writes for online media CNN iReport, Triblocal, Blogger, Facebook, WordPress, Typepad, and other social media groups on the world wide web.