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Eleanor Ramrath Garner is a retired permissions editor for textbook publishers.  A longtime student of Jungian psychology, Eleanor has written fiction and nonfiction articles on religion and psychology.   She also pursues journal writing and poetry.

Garner's parents were German immigrants to the United States.   Offered a good job in his field, her father took the family to Germany in 1939, only to be trapped there when World War II broke out.  The entire family wasn't reunited in the United States until 1947.    This story is recounted in Eleanor's Story.

Eleanor is an exhibiting fine artist.  She paints in full, vivid color, having vowed never to let dull lifeless gray come into her life again.

She and her husband, Louis, live in San Diego.  They have two sons and four grandchildren.  In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, hiking, and traveling.  [adapted from Eleanor's Story (1999)]
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