Loretto Dennis Szucs

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Loretto Dennis (“Lou”) Szucs, FUGA, holds a degree in history, and has been involved in genealogical research, teaching, lecturing, and publishing for more than thirty years. Previously employed by the National Archives, she is currently executive editor and vice president of community relations for Ancestry.com, Inc.. She has served on many archives and genealogical boards, and was founding secretary of the [[Federation of Genealogical Societies]]. Currently, she serves as a director on the Board of the Federation of Genealogical Societies.
Loretto Dennis (“Lou”) Szucs, FUGA, holds a degree in history, and has been involved in genealogical research, teaching, lecturing, and publishing for more than thirty years. Previously employed by the National Archives, she is currently executive editor and vice president of community relations for Ancestry.com, Inc.. She has served on many archives and genealogical boards, and was founding secretary of the [[Federation of Genealogical Societies]]. Currently, she serves as a director on the Board of the Federation of Genealogical Societies.
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She has edited newsletters and quarterly journals for several genealogical societies, including the Federation of Genealogical Societies’ [[''Forum'']]. She authored ''[[The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy]]'' (with [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking|Sandra Luebking]]), as well as ''They Became Americans: Finding Naturalization Records and Ethnic Origins''; ''Chicago and Cook County Sources: A Genealogical and Historical Guide''; ''Ellis Island: Tracing Your Family History Through America’s Gateway''; ''The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches'' (also with Sandra Luebking]]), and ''Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records'' (with [[Matthew Wright]]).
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She has edited newsletters and quarterly journals for several genealogical societies, including the Federation of Genealogical Societies’ ''[[Forum]]''. She authored ''[[The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy]]'' (with [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking|Sandra Luebking]]), as well as ''They Became Americans: Finding Naturalization Records and Ethnic Origins''; ''Chicago and Cook County Sources: A Genealogical and Historical Guide''; ''Ellis Island: Tracing Your Family History Through America’s Gateway''; ''The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches'' (also with [[Sandra Luebking]]), and ''Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records'' (with [[Matthew Wright]]).
Since 1980, Lou has lectured at numerous genealogy workshops and national conferences. She has presented at the American Library Association conference and has been interviewed for the Ancestors series, ABC News, CNN news, and most recently on ABC television show, The View. In 1995, she was awarded the designation of fellow of the [[Utah Genealogical Association]] and has received numerous other awards.
Since 1980, Lou has lectured at numerous genealogy workshops and national conferences. She has presented at the American Library Association conference and has been interviewed for the Ancestors series, ABC News, CNN news, and most recently on ABC television show, The View. In 1995, she was awarded the designation of fellow of the [[Utah Genealogical Association]] and has received numerous other awards.

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Loretto Dennis (“Lou”) Szucs, FUGA, holds a degree in history, and has been involved in genealogical research, teaching, lecturing, and publishing for more than thirty years. Previously employed by the National Archives, she is currently executive editor and vice president of community relations for Ancestry.com, Inc.. She has served on many archives and genealogical boards, and was founding secretary of the Federation of Genealogical Societies. Currently, she serves as a director on the Board of the Federation of Genealogical Societies.

She has edited newsletters and quarterly journals for several genealogical societies, including the Federation of Genealogical Societies’ Forum. She authored The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy (with Sandra Luebking), as well as They Became Americans: Finding Naturalization Records and Ethnic Origins; Chicago and Cook County Sources: A Genealogical and Historical Guide; Ellis Island: Tracing Your Family History Through America’s Gateway; The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches (also with Sandra Luebking), and Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records (with Matthew Wright).

Since 1980, Lou has lectured at numerous genealogy workshops and national conferences. She has presented at the American Library Association conference and has been interviewed for the Ancestors series, ABC News, CNN news, and most recently on ABC television show, The View. In 1995, she was awarded the designation of fellow of the Utah Genealogical Association and has received numerous other awards.

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