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Anneliese “Lee” Krauter

Anneliese 'Lee' Krauter Anneliese “Lee” Krauter was an honor student in both American and German schools. She attended the H.S. of Music & Art in New York City and earned a Certificate in Business from the Private Handelsschule Sabel in Munich, Germany, later taking courses in creative writing and journalism at Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis.

After one of her sons was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes, she spent years volunteering with the American Diabetes Association, serving in both local and national officer positions. She earned many awards in the Association and was named National Outstanding Affiliate Volunteer of the Year in 1990. She was also appointed to the National Institutes of Health in Washington, D.C., for service on the National Diabetes Advisory Board. She functioned as a lay person representing the Diabetes community, speaking on behalf of families living with Type I (Juvenile) Diabetes.

Because she also earned her certificate as a German/English translator and is fluent in both tongues without an accent, Lee has been called upon to do translation in both countries. She translated Boris Becker’s interview with the press when he played in the National Clay Court (later Hardcourt) Championships at the Sports Complex in downtown Indianapolis, following his Wimbledon win.

Lee has spoken about her life as a child in America and Germany in World War II to many school and adult audiences and has also been a volunteer educator on living with Diabetes in schools in Indiana.

Lee and Joe live in McCordsville, outside Indianapolis. Their four married sons and a flock of sixteen grandchildren all live in the area.

Nhat Tran The cover graphic of the book is an original painting by Indianapolis artist Nhat Tran. Ms. Tran graduated with highest distinction from the University of Fine Arts in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, in 1992. She specializes in abstract urushi paintings and sculptures, and in addition to exhibits in her home country, her work has been shown in museums and galleries across the United States and abroad. Several of her pieces have joined the permanent collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery in Washington, D. C., the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Indiana State Museum.

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