Deborah E. Currin, ’67
Deborah Ewell Currin earned her bachelor’s degree in education from Otterbein with a major in elementary education and a minor in art. She has owned and operated Future Antiques, Inc. since 1985. Currin is an artist whose works have been published in Better Homes and Gardens and Good Housekeeping magazines. She has also done design work for American Greetings Corporation. Currin was named Volunteer of the Year in 1995 by former Ohio Governor George Voinovich. Currin is a certified parenting facilitator, has served as the Coordinator of the Hudson Schools VIP program, president of the Hudson PTO, and levy campaign co-chair. She is the newly appointed Co Chair of the Chautauqua Fund at the Chautauqua Institution, New York.