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Peggy Noonan

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Date of Birth: 1950 , September-7
Birth Nation: United States

Quick Timeline of Peggy Noonan

1950 Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York
1973 Graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University
1975 Joined WEEI Radio
1984 Worked as a speechwriter for President Reagan
1985 Married to Richard W Rahn
1987 First child, Will Noonan
1990 Published her first book, What I Saw at the Revolution
2015 Published a book titled The Time of Our Lives: Collected Writings
2004 Work in the campaign for George W Bush's reelection

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September 7 , 1950

Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York

Talented and industrious lady, Peggy Noonan was born as Margaret Ellen Noonan in the early 1950s in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States of America. Her father was a merchant seaman. Her nationality is American and she is of Irish ethnicity.

1973

Graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University

Peggy Noonan was raised in Rutherford, New Jersey where she got enrolled at Rutherford High School. After graduating from Rutherford High School, she joined Fairleigh Dickinson University and she also earned her Bachelor's degree from there.

1975

Joined WEEI Radio

After she graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University, she worked at CBS News. In 1975, she joined WEEI Radio in Boston and began serving them as the overnight shift as a news writer. Few months later, she was named the Editorial and Public Affairs Director. 

1984

Worked as a speechwriter for President Reagan

Peggy Noonan is a talented writer. She also worked as a speechwriter for President Reagan in the early 1980s. In 1984, on the 40th anniversary of D-day she wrote the speech for President Reagan. She also authored his speech titled Boys of Pointe du Hoc. 

1985

Married to Richard W Rahn

In 1985, Peggy Noonan got married to Richard W. Rahn. Richard W. Rahn is an economist. He is known for being the writer for The Washington Times. As a loving husband and wife, they welcomed a son named Will in 1987. They got divorced in 1989. 

1987

First child, Will Noonan

She became mother for the first time in her life in the mid 1980s. She and her ex husband Richard W. Rahn welcomed their first child together in 1987 and that time it was a son and they named him Will Noonan. 

1990

Published her first book, What I Saw at the Revolution

Peggy Noonan is a writer and an author. She has written books on politics, religion, and culture. In 1990, she authored her first book titled What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era. 

2015

Published a book titled The Time of Our Lives: Collected Writings

As an author, she has published 11 books in the period of 25 years. Recently in 2015, she published her 11th book and it was titled The Time of Our Lives: Collected Writings. Before that, she published a book named Patriotic Grace: What It Is and Why We Need It Now. 

2004

Work in the campaign for George W Bush's reelection

She has worked with the Presidents like Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush's reelection. In the Presidential campaign for George W. Bush's reelection, she took an unpaid leave from the Wall Street Journal. She also worked with George W. Bush while he was Vice President. 

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In 1985, Peggy Noonan got married to Richard W. Rahn. Richard W. Rahn is an economist. He is known for being the writer for The Washington Times. As a loving husband and wife, they welcomed a son named Will in 1987. They got divorced in 1989. Her nationality is American and she is of Irish ethnicity.

Peggy Noonan was raised in Rutherford, New Jersey where she got enrolled at Rutherford High School. After graduating from there, she joined Fairleigh Dickinson University and she also earned her Bachelor's degree from there. In the early 1970s, she began working at CBS News. There she worked as the daily CBS Radio commentary writer for anchorman Dan Rather. She refereed Dan Rather as the best boss she ever had. In 1975, she joined WEEI Radio in Boston and began serving them as the overnight shift as a news writer. Few months later, she was named the Editorial and Public Affairs Director. She worked there till 1977 and then she joined New York University and worked as an adjunct professor of journalism for about a year at the end of 1970s. In 1984, on the 40th anniversary of D-day she wrote the speech for President Reagan. She is also known for her work as a consultant on the American television drama The West Wing. She has been active as an author since the early 1990s. In 1990, she authored her first book titled What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era. Four years later, her end book was published under the title Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. She has been earning lucrative amount of salary and her net worth is $3 Million.